Darwin College Lecture Series 2021
The Darwin College Lecture Series with the theme of 'Blood' is taking place every Friday from 22nd January until 12th March. The lectures will be available to view on our YouTube Channel. More details are here.
Darwin Zoom Events Series 2021
Listed below are our first Alumni Zoom events of the 2021 Series. Please keep checking in as more will be listed when confirmed. Invitations with zoom links will be sent out to the relevant groups a few weeks before the event. However, all alumni can attend any of these events, so if you are interested but aren't in the suggested co-hort, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you details.
Thursday 7th January: 'Meet Darwin's new Master - New Year Event' for alumni based in the UK and EU
Wednesday 13th January: 'Meet Darwin's new Master - New Year Event' for alumni based in Australia and New Zealand
Sunday 24th January 2pm PST. 5pm EST. 10pm GMT: Darwin and Gates Scholars Alumni Event - ‘Did Biden's Election Save U.S. Democracy?’
For alumni based in the US, Canada and UK. The speaker is Darwin alumnus Jennifer Piscopo, Associate Professor of Politics, Occidental College (Los Angeles). Her research on political representation, democracy, and gender and politics in Latin America, the United States, and the globe has appeared in over twenty peer-reviewed journals and numerous edited volumes. She co-edits the academic journal Politics, Groups, and Identities and consults regularly for international organizations such as UN Women. A regular commentator in the international media, her public-facing writing appears regularly in outlets like The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Review, Ms. Magazine, and The Smithsonian. Follow her on Twitter: @Jennpiscopo.
Tuesday 9th February: 'Meet Darwin's new Master Lunar New Year Event' for alumni based in the Far East
Saturday 13th February: 'Marginalized and Underserved Populations, COVID 19 and Health Inequities' for alumni based in Canada, the US and Europe. The speaker is Darwin alumnus Anne Andermann. Anne is a family doctor, public health physician and Associate Professor at McGill University. She is a member of the Canadian Homeless Health Research Network (HHRN), the Social Accountability Working Group of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC), and the National Advisory Council on Poverty (NACP) reporting to the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development.
Sunday 6th March (TBC): 'The Future of Democratic Policing' for alumni who studied Criminology, Law and related subjects who are based in the US, Canada, UK and Europe. The speaker is Darwin alumnus and Emeritus Fellow Lawrence Sherman. Professor Sherman is Director, at the 'Cambridge Police Executive Programme' and is also Director of Research at the Cambridge University 'Jerry Lee Centre for Experimental Criminology'. His research interests are in the fields of crime prevention, evidence-based policing, restorative justice, police practices and experimental criminology.
The events listed below are not yet open for booking, however, if you want to attend any of them please click the date of the event you are interested in. You will be re-directed to an email form, please fill in your name and years at College in the message body, the Alumni Office will email you more information within two working days.