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13 October 2006

New Fellows Admitted

The Master admitted three new Fellows to the Fellowship on Tuesday 10 October. Four Fellow-Commoners were also admitted.

11 October 2006

Trinity Hall Fellow awarded Honorary Professorship

Dr R Vasant Kumar was awarded Honorary Professorship at Hebei Polytechnic Institute, Tansheng, China...

2 October 2006

New QCs

Four members of Trinity Hall have been appointed Queen's Counsel this year

29 September 2006

Hall Student wins SET Award

29 September 2006

Professor Sir Philip Randle FRCP FRS

The College is greatly saddened to hear of the death of Professor Sir Philip Randle. Sir Philip was a Fellow of the College from 1957-1964, and was elected an Honorary Fellow of the Hall in 1988.

25 September 2006

Director of Music has two compositions performed

Richard Baker, the Director of Music has a forthcoming performance that may be of interest...

4 September 2006

Honorary Doctorate for Master

Professor Martin Daunton, Master of Trinity Hall, received an honorary doctorate from UCL on 4 September 2006.

24 August 2006

Tom James represents England

Tom James represents England in the World Championships 2006, Dorney Lake, Eton

15 August 2006

Memorial Service for Graham Storey

A memorial service for Graham Storey was held in College on Saturday 11th February 2006. Click "for more information" to read Magnus Linklater's address at the service.

10 August 2006

Fellow Wins Royal Society Medal

Professor Michael Kelly ScD FRS is the recipient of the 2006 Royal Society’s Hughes Medal

28 July 2006

New Organ

A new organ has been built in the Chapel by Carsten Lund of Denmark, with David Sanger acting as Consultant. It will be dedicated in October by the Bishop of Norwich.

19 July 2006

Hall Fellow made Professor

Dr Alison Liebling, Fellow of Trinity Hall since 1991, has been appointed to a Professorship in the Department of Criminology, from 1st October 2006.

10 July 2006

Hall Man knighted in Queen's Birthday honours

Robert Margetts read Natural Sciences and Chemical Engineering at Trinity Hall. He is currently Chairman of Legal & General, Chairman of The BOC Group, and Chairman of the Natural Environment Research Council. He was appointed CBE in 1996 and was appointed Knight Bachelor in the 2006 Queen’s Birthday honours for services to Science and to Business.

29 June 2006

General Admissions: Students Graduate

Thursday 29 June saw the Hall’s finalists graduate at the Senate House.

17 June 2006

New Fundraising Campaign launched

A new fundraising campaign, Milestones to the Future, was launched on 17 June 2006 at the Benefactors’ Brunch. The campaign has two aims: firstly to increase the College’s Endowment to a figure of more than £100million, and secondly to regenerate the College’s older buildings in a sensitive manner. Speaking at the Campaign launch, the Bursar, Paul ffolkes Davis, said “The support we are now asking our alumni and all our friends and supporters for is to put the College beyond harm and to guarantee that vital independence that successive governments have sought to drain away.”

1 June 2006

Oscar for Rachel Weisz

Rachel Weisz (Trinity Hall, 1988) won the 2006 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Constant Gardner. This was in addition to being awarded the 2006 Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress and the 2006 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role.

16 May 2006

University Challenge

Trinity Hall come in as runners up after a close Final.

21 February 2006

Dr David Moore

Dr David Moore (Fellow in Engineering from 1984) passed away on Friday 17 February.

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