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CANCELLED Saturday Morning Science Events

Saturday Morning Science, the 27 public talks that ran from 28 September last year and were due to finish on 30 May this year – all remaining talks, including one scheduled to take place on Saturday 14 March by Steven Cobb are now cancelled.

(13 Mar 2020)


Summer School: Palaeography and Latin

The teaching programme is divided into morning classes and afternoon independent study sessions. The morning sessions will consist of lectures and exercises and will include a short break for coffee. These include exercises in reading and transcription. The afternoon sessions consist of hands-on independent work with medieval manuscripts, and will culminate in a workshop with a series of presentations.

The deadline for applications is 1 May 2020.

(13 Mar 2020) » More about Summer School: Palaeography and Latin


Imagining Better Education Conference 2020

The third annual Imagining Better Education conference takes place from 9 - 10 July 2020. It is free and open to all with an interest in education across the University. Keynotes from Prof Vikki Boliver and Prof Christos Tsinopoulos and academic and researcher development workshops will feature along with a range of student presentations. We look forward to a great conference and hopefully seeing staff and students there!

(27 Feb 2020) » More about Imagining Better Education Conference 2020


The Fifth Annual Early Career Researcher (ECR) Conference Hosted by The Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing 17 June 2020

Call for abstracts now open 

While many people differ on what constitutes ‘the good life’, it is generally agreed that health and a general feeling of wellbeing are paramount. With this said the ways in which health and wellbeing can be maintained and improved are varied. At the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing we are interested in gathering mathematicians, scientists, anthropologists, medical professionals, theologians, historians, linguists, sociologists and all researchers interested in the applications of their research to any topic regarding health and general wellbeing.

(27 Feb 2020) » More about The Fifth Annual Early Career Researcher (ECR) Conference Hosted by The Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing 17 June 2020


IMEMS Summer School: Palaeography and Latin

The teaching programme is divided into morning classes and afternoon independent study sessions. The morning sessions will consist of lectures and exercises and will include a short break for coffee. These include exercises in reading and transcription. The afternoon sessions consist of hands-on independent work with medieval manuscripts, and will culminate in a workshop with a series of presentations.

(13 Feb 2020) » More about IMEMS Summer School: Palaeography and Latin


DCAD Academic Staff Development Workshops – Covid 19 Response

In response to the Covid 19 situation, all DCAD staff development workshops will be postponed until Sunday 31 May at the earliest. We will be in touch directly if you’re already booked on one of our workshops to discuss whether postponing or running online would be the best alternative. We apologise for any disruption caused.

(13 Mar 2020)