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Durham University

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5 June 2020

Listen to some music and be in with the chance to win an Amazon voucher

Participants are being sought to take part in an online survey which involves listening to a number of short music clips and rating which emotion(s) the music sounds like. Two £10 Amazon vouchers will be up for grabs! Follow this link to get started and join the fun.

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Registration deadline extended for online language courses

The registration deadline for our Centre for Foreign Language Study’s online summer language courses has been extended until midnight on Monday 8 June.

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Royal honour for student volunteers

Student Volunteering and Outreach has received The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award given for community volunteering in the UK. Each year, over 2,000 students give over 40,000 hours to volunteering. Maybe you could join them? Read more here.


(5 Jun 2020)

Student Experience Online

Through Experience Online we are bringing together a wide range of events and activities for students to take part in, learn from and enjoy. From music performances and lectures, to Wellbeing events and webinars, there are lots of ways to stay involved and connected with your friends and university community.

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Study on taking photos in archaeological sites

Excavating archaeological sites is facing an ethical problem: Shall we forbid taking photos in the process of excavation? If we should not, should we forbid posting photos on social media? There is no detailed regulation about taking photos in archaeological sites. Complete a public opinion survey to help improve public archaeological work by narrowing the perception gap between the public and archaeologists. You can find the survey and more information here, and you are welcome to share your choices.

(5 Jun 2020)