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MML Wins the Green Impact Excellence Award

For the fourth year in a row, MML participated and excelled in the 'Cambridge Green Challenge' awards. We are pleased to announce that this year we have won the Green Impact Excellence award in recognition of our collaboration with Newnham Croft Primary School.

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Become Heroes of Our Time

Join us for a special outreach event for secondary school students in Years 11 and 12. Learn about the Department of Slavonic Studies and the many academic pursuits that the University of Cambridge makes possible. Explore Russian as part of the degree in Modern and Medieval Languages and as part of the new joint degree in Russian and History. This event will take place on Saturday, 1 July 2017.

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Cambridge Celebrates Teaching with the Pilkington Prize

We're very pleased to share this video celebrating Dr Martin Ruehl's Pilkington Prize. Each year the Pilkington Prize is awarded to teachers from across the University who have made a substantial contribution to the teaching programme of their Department, Faculty or the University as a whole. This year, Dr Ruehl joined 12 others to receive this distinction.

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ARC (Anglia Ruskin - Cambridge) Romance Linguistics Seminars

We are happy to announce the programme of the ‘ARC (Anglia Ruskin – Cambridge) Romance Linguistics Seminars’ for Easter Term 2017, with events running from 27 April through 14 June.

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Cambridge Conversations in Translation: Translation & Multimodality

The final event in the Cambridge Conversations in Translation (CCiT) series will be held on Friday 26 May. This one-day event will run from 11AM - 4PM and feature a mix of presentations and workshops. There will be ample opportunity for discussion and interaction with experts on multimodality, translators and artists from various fields, including music, dance, performance and the visual arts. Please join us!

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CIRN Symposium

The Cambridge Italian Research Network's annual interdisciplinary research symposium brings together researchers working on Italy from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives to discuss a single overarching theme or question. Now in its fifth year, the 2017 symposium will take place in Jesus College on 19 May 2017 and will explore the theme of 'Crime and Punishment.'

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Cambridge University Students' Union: Student-Led Teaching Awards

We are proud to announce that on Tuesday 9 May, six members of the MML Faculty were recognised for the excellence of their teaching and student support at the CUSU Student-led Teaching Awards.

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Filmmaker in Residence: Gianfranco Rosi

We're excited to announce that prizewinning Italian director, cinematographer, producer and screenwriter Gianfranco Rosi will be Filmmaker in Residence at the Centre for Film and Screen this year. Join us for an excellent series of events 14-28 May.

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Giovanni Andrea Vavassore, Opera nova contemplativa de le figure del Testamento vecchio, 1510 (Cambridge, Cambridge University Library)

Madonnas & Miracles: The Holy Home in Renaissance Italy

Don't miss this unique, collaborative exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum from 7 March - 4 June 2017 in the Adeane & Mellon galleries.

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Dr Mari Jones named Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales

We are pleased to announce that Dr Mari Jones has just been named Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales, joining over 400 other talented academics and professionals in the society.

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