Susan Bowring

Mrs Susan Bowring

MA PGCE

  • Position Emeritus Fellow

Susan was formerly the University Draftsman in the Registrary’s Office in the Old Schools supporting the University Council to facilitate the passage of the University’s legislative business.

Susan Bowring

Susan graduated in Natural Sciences (Chemistry) from Newnham College in 1968. Her link with Wolfson (University) College dates from 1971 when the returned to Cambridge and studied for the PGCE. After several years abroad (Japan, Australia and the US) in a variety of occupations she returned to Cambridge and eventually joined Cambridge University Press in charge of freelance copy-editors and proofreaders for the Sciences division. She took up the position of Reporter Editor in 1997 and then the position of University Draftsman in 1999 when she was invited to become a Fellow of the College. Her office prepared the Reporter and the annual update of the Statutes and Ordinances of the University for publication

She has served on the College’s Council and the Statutes and Ordinances Committee.

 

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Thinking Against Babylon, One Beat at a Time: Black Music as Radical, De-colonial Epistemology

29/11/2022 at 17.30

What is radical and de-colonial about Black music as an instrument for radical thought? 

Wolfson in Singapore

Wolfson in Singapore

29/11/2022 at 19.00

Join Sian Cook, Director of Networks, for our Wolfson in Singapore events

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Music and Madeira: Festive Fun with Cambridge University Brass Band

29/11/2022 at 21.00

A recital following Formal Hall with the Cambridge University Brass Band performing seasonal music.

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Sustainability Thinking Space

30/11/2022 at 17.30

A free, interactive sustainability education and thinking space open to all Wolfson members, providing a guided space to develop your sustainability thinking, action and development.

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Science Student Research Series

02/12/2022 at 17.45

Join the Science Society for their new Science Student Research Series: friendly and engaging talks given by PhD students from Wolfson College about their research.

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