Date(s): Fri 23 September - Sat 24 September
Time: 12:00 - 11:59
As part of the University-wide Alumni Festival Lucy Cavendish is organising a number of events for alumnae.
Friday 23rd September
Older and wiser: how women over 50 are making their mark - Newnham College, 4pm - 5.45pm
Once again, Lucy Cavendish is collaborating with Murray Edwards and Newnham on a special event entitled 'Older and wiser: how women over 50 are making their mark'. President of Lucy Cavendish, Jackie Ashley, will take to the stage along with Professor Dame Carol Black (Newnham) and Dame Barbara Stocking (Murray Edwards) to share their own personal experiences and will be joined by alumnae who have made equally interesting decisions. Suzanne McCarthy will accompany the panel, as an alumna of Lucy Cavendish. The audience is encouraged to contribute their own thoughts and views to the discussion.
Unfortunately this event has now sold out.
Saturday 24th September
Vice-Chancellor's Panel Discussion, 2.30pm - 3.30pm
Part of the University Alumni Festival programme, Jackie Ashley will chair the Vice-Chancellor's panel discussion at Lady Mitchell Hall. The focus of the discussion will be surrounding ‘Innovation in Education’, and asks the question ‘How can we influence positive change?’. In addition to the Vice-Chancellor, David Whitebread (Faculty of Education), Sarah Wood (Co-Founder and Co-CEO at Unruly) and James Biddulph (Headmaster of the University of Cambridge Primary School) will be on the panel. Find out more.
Lucy Cavendish Alumnae Association AGM, 5pm - 6.30pm
All alumnae are invited to attend the AGM of the Alumnae Association. Attendees will elect a new President and Secretary during the meeting. There will also be the opportunity for people to put themselves forward to join one of the Alumnae Association's subcommittees.
This is your opportunity to find out more about what the Alumnae Association does and how you can get involved. If you are interested in standing for election at the AGM, find out more about the purpose and structure of the Committee here.
Alumnae Reunion Dinner, 7pm - 9.30pm
Alumnae from all years (and their guests) are invited to attend the reunion dinner held in Warburton Hall. Enjoy a three course meal £33.00 per person. Wine and reception drinks will be provided by the College.
We are thrilled to announce that Yasmin Alibhai-Brown MBE will be the special guest speaker at this year's Alumnae Reunion Dinner. Yasmin is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster and author and is an outspoken speaker on issues of multiculturalism, immigration and social justice. She is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research, a Vice President of the United Nations Association, UK and President of the Institute of Family Therapy.
To book your place for the AGM and/or the Reunion Dinner please return a completed booking form (along with your payment if applicable) to the Development Office by Wednesday 14 September 2016.