Gates Cambridge saddened by death of Dr Jonathan Nicholls

  • March 16, 2022
Gates Cambridge saddened by death of Dr Jonathan Nicholls

Gates Cambridge Provost Professor Barry Everitt has expressed the Trust’s sadness at the death of  Dr Jonathan Nicholls, former Secretary to the Trust and former Registrary of the University.

He said: “Everyone at Gates Cambridge – staff, scholars, alumni and trustees – will be saddened by the sad news of Jonathan’s untimely death. Jonathan was dedicated to the Trust, attended many Trust events including welcome and graduation dinners and set in train the search for a new home for the Trust and the Scholars room in the centre of Cambridge, a project that will commence this year. We convey our sincere condolences to his family.”

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