Susan Bowring

Mrs Susan Bowring


  • 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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Inger Mewburn

Kicking the can down the road: How to create research impact in seven (not so easy) steps

06/06/2023 at 17.30

We hear terms like ‘research impact’ and ‘engagement’ all the time, but what does ‘impact’ and ‘engagement’ actually look like in practice?

selection of books written by Professor Inger Mewburn

Productivity workshops for researchers with Prof. Inger Mewburn aka The Thesis Whisperer

10/06/2023 at 10.00

Join Professor Inger Mewburn, also known online as the Thesis Whisperer, for one or both workshops to help increase your productivity: Getting sh!t done and Building a second brain (for writing)

'You' by Gavin Fry

Art Exhibition: 'Things Put Differently'

10/06/2023 at 10.00

Visit Wolfson's latest exhibition 'Things Put Differently' featuring Gavin Fry and works by Anthony Green and Mary Cozens-Walker.

Photo of artist Gurpran Rau holding a piece of her artwork

Art Exhibition: 'Patterns of Renewal'

10/06/2023 at 10.00

We're delighted to be the first to display Gurpran Rau's latest exhibition 'Patterns of Renewal', featuring a series of paintings created during lockdown inspired by her walks in the woods of Cambridgeshire.