13 March 2020
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)
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)
Dialogue Signposts - Students
Today will be the last student dialogue signposts this term. They will commence again on Friday 1 May.
For any social events or lectures held during this time - please visit our editorial guidelines for the correct channels to publicise these on.
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Event Cancellations due to Covid 19
Please check the What’s On Guide, Research lectures, seminars and events and Department and Institute events pages for information on whether an event in the upcoming weeks has been cancelled/postponed.
(13 Mar 2020)
Health & Safety - offsite working
The Health and Safety Service has launched new guidance covering offsite work, which includes all travel away from Durham by staff and students under the auspices of the university for any purpose. As of 1 March, all offsite work must be supported by a risk assessment which has been approved through the department, college or service’s management structure.
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Sociology of Education PhD research: looking for participants
I’m a PhD student at Durham University and I’m looking for young adults (18-29 years old) who’d be willing to talk to me about their experiences of belonging, culture, language, family, and adulthood.
Please continue reading, to check if you're eligible.
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.
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Summer School: Things That Matter. Material and Culture in/for the Digital Age
“Things that Matter” addresses the tension between the materiality of sources and their digitization. The recent advances of digital technology have created new modes of reproduction and forms of consumption that have substantially reshaped the concepts of ‘object’ and of ‘collection’ at the heart of cultural institutions such as libraries and museums.
Monday 15 June, 9am to Friday 19 June 2020, 5pm, Durham University.
The deadline for application for the summer school is 31 March 2020.
Male participants needed for interesting psychology experiment on food
Paid participant needed - £5 for 30-40 mins! For more information, and in order to sign up, please follow the link.
SolidariTee Durham Order Form - Support the Refugee Crisis for £10
If you don't have a SolidariTee yet, and would like one for £10, with £8.41 going directly towards supporting legal aid relief and the rest covering manufacturing costs. Please fill in our Google form and we can deliver and get one to you!
We have designs in a range of colours: grey, turquoise, purple and white in sizes from S to XL. Our shirts are also sustainably and ethically sourced too.