Priyanka Kotamraju, a Sociology doctoral candidate and Gates Scholar at Sidney, is to appear on a panel to discuss author, journalist and activist Saumya Roy’s new book ‘Mountain Tales’ at an online public event hosted by the LSE International Inequalities Institute (III).
Professor Michael Ramage, Sidney Fellow, Director of Cambridge’s Centre for Natural Material Innovation, and Deputy Head of the University’s Department of Architecture, has led the development of a brand-new undergraduate course at the University that will form an exciting fusion between the arts and science.
The judging panel have selected 15 entries for the longlist, and in addition to the judges’ selection of the top three prize-winners, the power is now with our members to select a favourite entry.
The College is pleased to welcome Anna Baskerville to the role of Development Director.
Black History Month has been marked across the University and Colleges with a series of events and activities.
Dr Stefan Theil’s recently published book argues for the recognition of a comprehensive framework that addresses the relationship between human rights and environmental harm. Stefan joins Sidney as a Thornely Fellow and Director of Studies in Law.
Dr Michele W.T. Mak, a former doctoral student at Sidney and now one of the College’s newest Research Associates, has scooped multiple awards for his doctoral work concerning the deterioration of existing concrete bridges.
Honorary Fellow and alumna, Tsitsi Dangarembga (Medicine, 1977), has been awarded the prestigious annual award for freedom of expression in literature.
Ian Whitwham joined Sidney as our new Head Porter in July. We caught up with Ian to find out more about him and how he has been settling in over the summer.
On Sunday 3 October, the Master, Professor Richard Penty, will run the London Marathon to raise much-needed funds for Sidney students.
Sidney Fellow Professor Eugenio Biagini and Dr Barry Colfer, Fellow of St Edmund’s College, have organised a series of webinars discussing the future of the island of Ireland.
Dr Owen Weller, Sidney Fellow and Director of Studies in the Earth Sciences component of Natural Sciences, has been awarded a £1.4 million UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) backed ‘Future Leaders Fellowship’ to develop new techniques to help locate rare-earth element deposits.
Dr Özge Öner, Sidney Fellow and Director of Studies in Land Economy, and her co-author Dr Maria Abreu (Pembroke College) have been awarded the Ashby Prize for innovative research in the field of 'Environment and Planning: Economy and Space' by the top Urban and Regional Planning Journal.
Dr Thomas Aubry and a team of researchers from the University and the UK Met Office have shown that human-caused climate change will have important consequences for how volcanic gases interact with the atmosphere.
Sidney is excited to welcome 109 new undergraduate students into our College community this academic year.
Rana Rofifah, current undergraduate at Sidney, discusses how the rising popularity of recent period dramas like Netflix’s ‘Bridgerton’ has drawn younger audiences to nineteenth century literature.
Helena Fox (2017, Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic) shared her experience of graduating as part of the University’s Careers Service #Finalist blog series, and how trusting in your abilities and taking chances pays off.
The Sidney Sussex College Choir’s latest album of music by Joanna Marsh (previous Sidney Organ Scholar and Composer in Residence from 2016-2019) has recently been released.