Official Fellows
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Official Fellows hold a University office (usually a teaching post) or a College office, and are elected by the Governing Body. The number of Official Fellows is currently 21, and includes the Tutors and Senior Tutor, who are responsible for the admission of graduate students to the College, and the Bursar.

Amir Amel-Zadeh, PhD
Empirical corporate finance
 Website

Iain Black PhD (Senior Tutor)
Geographies of money, banking and finance

Stephen Bourne MA, FCA (Vice-President, Wine Steward)
Cathedral Administrator, Ely Cathedral

Robert Carlyon PhD
Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America
Hearing
 Website

Karen Ersche PhD
Neuropsychological and neurobiological mechanisms
underpinning drug addiction

Michael Evans, PhD
Foreign and second language education

Feng, Wai Yi PhD
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics education
 Website

Ian Farnan PhD (Tutor)
Physics and chemistry of minerals, melts and glasses
Atomic scale transport and structure
 Website

Emily Holmes PhD
Clinical and cognitive psychology, mental health treatment innovation, mental imagery and emotion.

Christopher W Hope PhD
Energy and the environment
 Website

Sohini Kar-Narayan, PhD
Exploring and exploiting the electrocaloric effect in novel ferroelectric materials for cooling applications
 Website

Rosemary M Luff PhD (Tutor and Librarian)
Archaeology of early societies with special reference to: diet and health; treatment of animals; and religion

Katrin Mueller-Johnson PhD
Legal and criminological psychology, Applied criminology

Lori A Passmore  PhD
Field: Structure of protein complexes involved in gene expression
 Website

Helen Pennant

Jonathon N J Pines PhD FMedSci
Cell biology: the cell cycle and mitosis
 Website

Elizabeth Ashman Rowe PhD
University Lecturer in Scandinavian History of the Medieval Period
 Website

Tony Street PhD
Medieval Islamic studies
 Website

Trudi Tate PhD (Tutor, Praelector)
Literature and war in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; literature and psychoanalysis
 Website

Amanda Walker (Bursar)

 
Events

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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
 Concert
Beethoven sonatas opus 109, 110 and 111

Sunday 8 March, 7.30pm
 Concert
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  Mar.03.2015