News and Events
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By Amy Varle | 29 Jan 2018 |
Amy Varle, a housing consultant from Bury, will lead the creation of a flagship centre for homeless people in Manchester, drawing on research she conducted in the USA in...
By Sam Bamkin | 29 Jan 2018 |
Churchill Fellow Sam Bamkin has been awarded a Japanese Government Scholarship 2018 to conduct further research into moral education reforms in Japan. The proposed study...
Profile: Disentangling a whale of a problem - lessons from North America for protecting marine mammalsBy Ellie MacLennan | 14 Dec 2017 |
More can be done in the UK to prevent marine mammals from dying as a result of entanglement in fishing gear, according to Ellie MacLennan, a Marine Conservation...
By Andrew Rowland | 13 Dec 2017 |
A Cambodian charity for vulnerable children and young people has received a new health facility from a charity set up by Churchill Fellow Professor Andrew Rowland, who...
By Anthony Whitten | 13 Dec 2017 |
We are extremely sad to hear of the death in November 2017 of world-renowned conservationist and ecologist Tony Whitten. Tony was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 1971,...
By Victoria Butler | 27 Nov 2017 |
International approaches to preventing falls for people recovering from strokes have been identified in a new report by Victoria Butler, a physiotherapist from Teesside...
By Lorraine George | 22 Nov 2017 |
Older people and young children would benefit hugely from co-located care, according to Lorraine George, an early years educator from Devon who has just returned from a...
By Lynn Wilson | 22 Nov 2017 |
How to recycle thousands of tonnes of waste textiles each year is the subject of a new educational resource created by Churchill Fellow Lynn Wilson.
15 Nov 2017 |
Museum and gallery access and education were the focus of last night’s gathering of the Engage network, at which three Churchill Fellows presented their findings from...
By Alexandra Fitzsimmons | 9 Nov 2017 |
Ever considered following a Viking explorer’s journey from Norway to Iceland to Greenland? That’s what Alexandra Fitzsimmons did with her Churchill Fellowship.