Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Business School: Levelling up the UK will take years if not carefully managed
Dialogue Signposts: Briefing Session: Trusted research, export control and national security & investment
This session on Friday 29 October between 2pm-3.30pm is essential for anyone working or collaborating internationally already (or supporting and managing these activities) and useful for anyone considering doing so in the future. Training will be delivered by Tess Mantzoros in Legal Services and Karen McMullen in Research & Innovation Services. There will be approximately 60 minutes of talks followed by 30 minutes for Q&A. The session talks will be recorded and made available for anyone who is unable to attend. To register your interest and receive the session link please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty News: MLAC Postgraduate Wins Thesis Competition
Congratulations are in order for Jessica Rushton who won the Durham Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition yesterday (5th) with her talk 'Revolting Maids'. Jessica was in fact a double winner, not only winning the 2021 competition (£300) but also winning the People's Choice Award (£100) which was voted for by students and staff.
Jessica and the runners up will go on to represent Durham in our regional 3MT competition with Newcastle and Sunderland in July. Jessica will also be Durham's official entrant in the national 3MT competition and the international Matariki contest later this year.
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Saturday 4 June 2022
- School of Modern Languages and Cultures: ** Postponed until 2022** Leslie Brooks Lecture: Obedezco, pero no cumplo: Surviving Censorship in Early Modern Spain to be confirmed, Rolena Adorno (Yale University)
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The Faculty of Arts & Humanities has seven departments and one school. It also has a Liberal Arts programme and a Centre for Foreign Language Study. In the Times Good University Guide, almost every department is ranked within the top five in the UK.