Meet Wolfson's newest Fellows

Five new Fellows of Wolfson College alongside the President and the Praelector

We are delighted to welcome five new Fellows to Wolfson College. 

Five new Fellows of Wolfson College alongside the President and the Praelector

Wolfson's newest Fellows officially joined the College in a short ceremony last night in the President's Dining Room, as they signed their names into the College's Fellows Book. With expertise across a range of disciplines, including public health, contemporary art, and equine oncology, these Fellows bring a breadth of knowledge and experience to Wolfson. Say hello if you spot them around College!

Meet our new Fellows

Dr Francisca Stutzin Donoso

Francisca is a clinical psychologist and public health researcher working in academia. Francisca's research interests are in the lived experience of chronic disease, the negotiation of risk-based decisions for health and wellbeing, and the ethics of public health interventions.

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Professor Anna Hollis

Anna's professional focus is on equine internal medicine, with a particular research interest in clinical equine oncology. As a Teaching Professor, she is passionate about optimising the provision of appropriate support for students, especially neurodivergent students reading veterinary medicine, and is working to help level the educational playing field.

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Dr Karel Kruger

Karel is an Associate Professor in Automation Systems in the Department of Engineering. His current research focuses on the development of platforms for digital twin, cyber-physical, Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things systems; holonic and multi-agent systems; and human-systems integration.

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Ms Habda Rashid

Habda Rashid is the Senior Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art working across the Fitzwilliam Museum and Kettle’s Yard to research new perspectives on the collections in their global contexts, and to identify new acquisitions to better represent the diversity of British art in the 20th and 21st centuries.

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Professor Leonardo Zaibert

Leo Zaibert is a lawyer and philosopher who researches our responses to wrongdoing. He is especially interested in punishment and forgiveness, both in the political and the personal contexts.

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What's on

Cover of "Red Rag" magazine featuring a stylized red and black illustration of a woman with flowing hair, alongside text and a headline about women’s liberation.

Varieties of Togetherness: Some Approaches to Feminist Art History

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How might methods of feminist political organising offer transformative methods for art history? 

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Sculpture unveiling: Essay on Reticulations

28/05/2024 at 18.30

Join us for the unveiling of Essay on Reticulations, a new sculptural work at Wolfson College.

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Wolfson Garden Tour: A World Environment Day Celebration

05/06/2024 at 16.45

What solutions is the Wolfson Garden employing to grow trees, revive water sources and rejuvinate soil?

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Lunchtime Concert: Wolfson Chamber Group

08/06/2024 at 13.30

Hear the Wolfson Chamber Group perform at this Saturday lunchtime concert.