The debate on 29th May at 17:30 in the Lindisfarne Centre at St Aidan's College will be chaired by Chris Jackson, presenter of BBC1's Inside Out and will feature an expert panel consisting of Professor Clare Bambra, Director of the Wolfson Research Institute for Health & Wellbeing, Claudia Wood, Deputy Director of Demos, Peter Kelly Director of Public Health for Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Ian Greener, Professor in the School of Applied Social Sciences and Director of the ESRC North East Doctoral Training Centre and Chi Onwurah, Labour MP for Newcastle Central and Guy Opperman, Conservative MP for Hexham.
The concert will feature Durham University’s Chamber Choir - one of the leading choirs in the north of England - and will be accompanied by the University’s Symphony Orchestra. The event will take place in Durham Cathedral on 1st June at 19:30.
Baroness Kennedy said: "Durham University has one of the leading law schools in the world and this new building will take it into a league of its own. I feel so honoured to be opening it – it really is state of the art, with facilities which are unmatched anywhere in the UK."
At the core of work in the Durham Law School are research clusters, which include centres and groups specialising in Human Rights, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Gender and Law, European Law, Commercial and Corporate Law, Law and Conflict, Islam and Law, Ethics, Law in the Life Sciences, and Legal Theory.
Watch current students Holly (budding volcanologist), Sam (president of Student Theatre) and Gemma (Paralympic fencer) talk about how Durham has transformed their lives, and watch alumnus Jeremy Vine (journalist and media presenter) reflect on his time at Durham.
Lindisfarne Gospels Durham will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to see a selection of St Cuthbert’s treasures alongside the book that was written in his honour. The exhibition will run from 1st July till 30th September and will be housed in in Durham University’s new world-class facilities in Palace Green Library.
The North East will celebrate the Lindisfarne Gospels with a three-month festival of events, workshops and activities inspired by the 1000 mile journey St Cuthbert’s body took en route from Holy Island to its final resting place in Durham Cathedral.
26th May 2013 Ustinov College Café des Arts presents: “In Conversation with Fenwick Lawson” Join our artist-in-residence Alan O'Cain for a lively, entertaining and relaxed discussion with one of Britain's most esteemed sculptors, Fenwick Lawson. This event will feature an opportunity to see and hear about Fenwick's group sculpture "The Weeping Women" which has been newly cast into bronze and which will be brought into the college especially for the evening