Pembroke Papers is an interdisciplinary forum for presenting talks and research.
This week, Florent Dyé will present “From bench to bedside: the perilous journey of drug discovery”.
If eligible to attend, please join the speaker for BA dinner after their talk.
If you would like to talk next term, please contact Jenny (jc881).
To celebrate International Women’s Day (a few days late), we’ll be having an exhibition, a clothes swap and drinks and snacks in the Old Library, 10-2 on Saturday 11th March. We’ll be raising money for Advance, a domestic violence charity, through the clothes swap and donations. You’ll also be able to pick up women’s welfare information and information on women’s charities in Cambridge, including possible volunteering opportunities.
Following tea and cake on Sunday the 12th of March there will be the Lent term GP Open meeting at 5pm! To fuel democracy there will be slices of freedom pie (pizza).
Please contact me (Craig – cpb57) with any items you would like to put on the agenda for discussion. Currently on the list:
– Voting on continued affiliations (CUSU, GU) [required by the constiution] – Voting on changing the GPC constitution to make undergraduates in their 4th year of study full members of the GP.
It’s almost time to celebrate the last BA dinner of term! After BA dinner finishes, come join the fun and dance the night away before everyone breaks (time is flying)!
~Music will be lively, the GP will be stocked with G+T, and all spend time with your fellow Pembroke grads!~