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Dr Jenny Bavidge awarded prestigious teaching prize

9 July 2013

We are delighted to announce that Dr Jenny Bavidge, ICE’s Academic Director for English Literature, Film and Creative Writing, has been awarded a prestigious Pilkington Prize for her outstanding teaching. The 20th annual Pilkington Prizes , which honour excellence in teaching across the University of Cambridge, were held...

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'Friends of Madingley Hall' launched to mark ICE's 140th anniversary year

5 March 2013

Madingley Hall, home of the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE), means a great deal to many people. Making friends here, renewing those friendships on return visits, studying with like-minded people, and enjoying the special atmosphere of the Hall and its gardens: this is what makes Madingley...

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Madingley Hall opens the door to new facilities

21 April 2012

Madingley Hall, home to the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education, welcomed Professor John Rallison, the University’s Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education, to cut the ribbon and declare the Courtyard Suite officially open this week. The Courtyard Suite offers a large teaching and meeting area, with space...

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Online courses now available for booking

4 April 2012

We are delighted to announce our new programme of online courses, now available for online booking. These short, intensive courses give you access to world-class learning led by Cambridge experts - wherever you are in the world. The first set of courses begins in June 2012, with subjects including philosophy, ancient...

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Extramural: Literature and Lifelong Learning – a new book by Adrian Barlow

9 March 2012

Adrian Barlow, former Director of Public and Professional Programmes here at ICE, has written a new book about continuing education and his time teaching literature at Madingley Hall. In Extramural , published this month by Lutterworth Press, Barlow argues for the continued relevance of adult education in the face of...

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Local history, national future: ICE academic's research in the news

24 February 2012

Pioneering research by Dr Samantha Williams , University Lecturer and ICE's Academic Director for Local and Regional History, has made the news this week following the publication of her new book on the English Poor Law. In Poverty, Gender and Life-Cycle under the English Poor Law, 1760-1834 , Dr Williams examines the...

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