Data Protection Statement

What we do with your information

All information is securely held at Clare Hall and the University Development and Alumni Relations Office and will be treated confidentially and with respect for the benefit of the College and the University.  The information is available to departments, the University office in the United States, recognised alumni societies, sports and other clubs registered with Clare Hall or the University, and to agents contracted by Clare Hall or the University for purposes directly related to the interests of Clare Hall or the University and/or its alumni.

Information may be used for direct marketing purposes which include: alumni activities, the sending of CAM, Clare Hall and University publications, notification of alumni events and of programmes involving academic and administrative departments, fundraising, the promotion of benefits and services such as CAMCard, University credit card and the alumni email forwarding service.

The information will not be disclosed to external organisations other than those acting as agents for Clare Hall or the University.

Under the terms of the  Data Protection Act 1998 you have the right to object to the use of  your data for any of the above purposes. If you have any question about the Data Protection Act, please contact the Clare Hall Development Office.

The document Clare Hall Data Protection Policy (PDF, 56 KB) is a 7 pages guide to the main requirements of the Data Protection Act, which regulates the handling of personal data.


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Thursday 5 March, 6.00pm
Art Exhibition Opening
Human Traces on the Urban Landscape: Alexandra Baraitser, Gunther Herbst, Rosie Snell

Saturday 7 March, 7.30pm
Beethoven sonatas opus 109, 110 and 111

Sunday 8 March, 7.30pm
Schubert Sonatas D 958, D 959 and D 960

Tuesday 10 March, 7.45pm
Clare Hall Colloquium
Ruth Parkin-Gounelas on ‘Regarding Animals Regarding Humans: How should humans define themselves in relation to other animals?’

Thursday 12 March, 1.00pm
Thursday Lunchtime Talk
Heide Estes, on Ecocriticism and the Anglo-Saxon landscape

Tuesday 31 March
Application deadline
Isaac Newton – Ann Johnston Research Fellowship in the Humanities 2015


Updated  Sep.19.2007