Interdisciplinary Research Hubs

Interdisciplinary Research Hubs

Our research hubs bring together Fellows, students and other partners to investigate pressing problems in the world today.

Interdisciplinary Research Hubs

To register your interest in the Hubs or Networks programme of activities please click . To register for the Mentoring Programme as a mentor or mentee please click

For general enquiries please contact individual Hub administrators via their home pages or director Sian Cook.

Launched in July 2020, ҹѰ's interdisciplinary research hubs are the catalyst to bring together our international Fellows, students, and other partners from differing disciplines to better progress the pressing problems in our world today.

Global Challenges require multidisciplinary solutions, the coming together of creative people with different skills and perspectives. ҹѰ is a community of just such creative people - scholars from many academic disciplines, with curiosity about the world around them and the determination to change it for the better.

The College is developing interdisciplinary research hubs in areas where Fellows, students and alumni have particular interest and expertise. These hubs will be the catalyst to engage their large global networks of collaborators and other partners from different disciplines.

We are providing an environment (both physical and intellectual) where challenging problems are discussed, where dialogue is encouraged, and where novel solutions are envisaged and developed.

Our hubs


  1. Events and conferences
  2. Networking, mentoring and volunteering
  3. Living Lab and research projects
  4. Academic visitors
  5. Fellowship and Studentship Funding Awards

You can find out more about our hubs and get involved by clicking on the links above.


2024 (full details at What's On)
24 and 31 January, 21 February and 13 MarchThinking Space - Guided discussions exploring personal and professional approaches to sustainability. Lent term will focus on projects. 5:30-7pm
Saturday 27 January First Global Health Hub Conference 2-7pm
Friday 2 FebruaryHalfway Drinks - annual student event hosted by the Networks Office in conjunction with WCSA 6-7:15pm
Saturday 17 February4th Annual Alumni & Sir David Williams Law Society Panel & Dinner Afternoon and evening
Tuesday 20 FebruaryHierarchies of Racism Panel - First in an event series by REACH exploring the theme of racism via different lenses: Antisemitism.Gatsby Room5-7pm
Thursday 29 FebruaryHierarchies of Racism Panel - Second in an event series by REACH exploring the theme of racism via different lenses: Islamophobia.CHANGE OF VENUE - now Dining Hall5-7pm
Thursday 14 March

International Women's Day Panel & Dinner

Jane Clarke – teacher, scientist, feminist. The Soundtrack of my Life. 

Dining Hall

5:30 for 6pm

7:15pm - Dinner

Sunday 17 MarchҹѰ Enterprise 2024 Competition Final 10 - 5.30
Thursday 25 AprilHierarchies of Racism Panel - Third in an event series by REACH exploring the theme of racism via different lenses: Antigypsyism.Roger Needham Room5-7pm
Wednesday 5th JuneWorld Environment Day Garden TourCombination Room and ҹѰ Gardens5pm - 7pm
Thursday 2nd JulyFourth Anniversary, Sustainability & Conservation HubCombination Room3pm - 7pm