This part of the College website tells you about:
- The establishment of the Trevelyan Alumni Committee (TAC), which continues to act in accordance with the aims and objectives of the recently dissolved Trevelyan Society.
- The Trevelyan Trust , which raises funds to support College. Find out about awards made by the Trust, current fund raising initiatives and how to make a donation.
- Reunions and Events organised in College and elsewhere.
- Trevs Reunited see how we can help you get back in touch with Trevs friends.
- How to Support Trevelyan, whether it is using your time, expertise or, if you prefer, a donation towards a general or specific need.
- How to Update your details - you can update your details to ensure you receive important information, including Hippocampus and Newswire, the Durham University Alumni digest that is sent via email every month.
- The SCR - as an Alumni member of The Trevelyan Society, you are entitled to apply to become a member of Trevelyan's Senior Common Room and enjoy all of the benefits which that entails.
STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellowships
We are proud to announce that five Trevelyan alumni are current holders of Ernest Rutherford Fellowships. These fellowships enable early career researchers with clear leadership potential to establish a strong, independent research programme. With up to twelve fellowships being awarded annually, applications for these fellowships are incredibly competitive: it would be amazing to have five fellows from Durham University, but to have five from Trevelyan is a truly remarkable achievement. The current Trevelyanites to hold fellowships are:
Nicholas P. Ross (University of Edinburgh), who is researching ‘The Roles of the Mid-infrared and Surveys in The Life and Times of Quasars’.
Simon Badger (Durham University), who is researching ‘Hard Processes for Collider Physics’.
Matthew Middleton (University of Southampton), who is researching ‘Supermassive black hole growth - a small-scale solution to a large-scale problem’.
Julie Wardlow (Durham University), whose reseach is titled ‘Understanding obscured star formation through cosmic time’.
Dom Walton (University of Cambridge), whose research interests include investigating X-ray astrophysics.
Trevelyan College Alumni have a dedicated Facebook page. Join and 'Like' us at www.facebook.com/TrevelyanCollegeAlumni. We'll be using the page to share news, events and photos and to help keep our alumni in contact with each other and College. We also have a Twitter page, so please also follow us @trevsalumni or tweet us using #trevsalumni.
We are also on Linkedln, the professional networking site, as a subgroup of 'Durham University Alumni'. There are over 14,000 Durham Alumni on Linkedln, and we'll be using the site to promote networking among our own alumni and to foster discussion on events and careers. To join us on LinkedIn, please join the 'Durham University Alumni' group then search for the 'Trevelyan College' subgroup.
The official Twitter page of Trevelyan College Alumni Office. Contains updates on college life, pictures and events! firstname.lastname@example.org #trevsalumni
- Heartening to see that graduate and student development is still very much a worthwhile pursuit! #CEAC17 https://t.co/p4Q0vOYOcD
Tweeted on Tue, 05 Sep 2017 13:07:45 +0100
- Great to see Trevs busy again after the summer vacation - teeming with presessional students preparing to start their studies in October!
Tweeted on Mon, 04 Sep 2017 09:42:50 +0100
- Learn about the Trevelyan Music Appeal and how you can help young people make music at University! #BecauseOfMusic
Tweeted on Fri, 07 Jul 2017 12:34:29 +0100
- Check out our new Facebook shop, where you can browse all of this great merchandise and more!… https://t.co/jgI8W01C6k
Tweeted on Thu, 06 Jul 2017 17:00:37 +0100
- RT @DurhamSUdev: So proud of @DurhamLGBTa & all of their work! ????️???? Our Associations are one of our greatest strengths &…
Tweeted on Thu, 06 Jul 2017 09:51:53 +0100