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Baroness Onora O’Neill to speak on ‘Ethical Communication in a Digital Age’ at the British Academy

Baroness Onora O’Neill to speak on ‘Ethical Communication in a Digital Age’ at the British Academy, with Prof. Rae Langton and Prof. Rowan Cruft as respondents. This event celebrates the 25 year anniversary of Baroness Onora O’Neill’s election to the British Academy.

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Funding announced for almost 400 new doctoral places in arts and humanities

Funding announced for almost 400 new doctoral places in arts and humanities

The Open University, the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge are pleased to announce the success of their bid for funding for the Open-Oxford-Cambridge Arts and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership, which will create nearly 400 new doctoral places in the arts and humanities.

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Judges announced on BBC's short story awards with First Story and Cambridge University

The BBC National Short Story Award with Cambridge University (NSSA) today calls for submissions for the 13th year with television presenter, author and actress Mel Giedroyc chairing the judging panel for the 2018 award. Mel, who has co-hosted a myriad of television shows including The Great British Bake-Off, has written two books From Here to Maternity (2005) and Going Ga-Ga (2007). Mel’s counterpart on the BBC Young Writers’ Award with First Story and Cambridge University (YWA) is BBC Radio 1 and CBBC’s Book Club presenter Katie Thistleton, who will chair the judging panel for the teenage award as it opens for submissions for the fourth year.

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Vice Chancellor's Public Engagement and Impacts Awards are open!

The deadline for nominations to the Vice Chancellor's Public Engagement and Impact Awards is April 21st.

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The Future of the Professions

David and Richard Susskins will talk about their latest book, The Future of the Professions, on February 23rd at CRASSH.

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New book explores how articulating language is humans' greatest gift

The Wonders of Language: How to make noises and influence people by Prof Ian Roberts (DTAL) was published last week by CUP and is now on display in the CUP bookshop.

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Newton Awards deadline fast approaching!

The deadline for the Newton International Fellowships, Newton Mobility Grants and Newton Advanced Fellowships is 15 March 2017

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DAAD Lecture: Imperial Violence and Mobilised Nations

Cambridge DAAD Hub: Lecture by Leibniz Prize winner Prof. Dr. Lutz Raphael, 23 February, 5pm, Room 2 Mill Lane Lecture Theatres

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First SSEIN Talk February 1st

The first Sidgwick Site Equalities Improvement Network talk on Wednesday February 1st will be given by Jacqueline Scott on 'Gender Inequalities in Production and Reproduction'.

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Music Faculty Teaching Prizes 2016

Congratulations to the 2016 winners of the Faculty of Music's Teaching Prize!

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Cambridge support for MPs' position on the importance of language skills

On Monday 17th October, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Modern Languages called on the UK Government to support languages education.

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