THE REVEREND EDWARD ROGERS SCHOLARSHIP IN CHRISTIAN SOCIAL ETHICS
In 2021 the College received a legacy of £411,000 from the estate of Mrs Lucy Rogers which she left to endow a scholarship in the field of Christian Ethics in memory of her late husband, The Revd Edward Rogers.
The Revd Edward Rogers (1909–1997) was a former President of the British Methodist Conference, ecumenist, and prolific author in Christian social ethics. Rogers chaired the predecessor body to Christian Aid, the Community and Race Relations Committee of the British Council of Churches, and the ecumenical working party that produced The Search for Security (1973). You can read his obituary here.
To date, two students have received scholarships to enable them to take a PhD full time in Cambridge; The Revd Simphiwe Mthembu from South Africa and Wan Yin Lim from Malaysia.