31 January 2020
Information and advice on the Wuhan coronavirus infection
We’d like to reassure all students that we are closely monitoring the situation and that we’re in regular contact with Public Health England. We’re collating information from Public Health England, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and World Health Organization, this is available on our website.
Mums and babies needed!
The Durham Infancy and Sleep Centre (DISC) at Durham University are looking for mums in the Durham/Newcastle area with babies under 7 months to take part in some research about early evening care.
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National Student Survey
If you're a finalist, you can join students from across the UK taking part in the NSS. The survey asks for your honest feedback about your course and wider student experience. It only takes about 5 minutes, and you can find it online at www.thestudentsurvey.com
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Researchfish 2020 Submission Period – Opening Monday 3 February
Researchfish is an online reporting system used by funders to collect information on the outcomes, outputs and impact of the research they fund.
The 2020 submission period is open from Monday 3 February to Thursday 12 March at 4pm.
Full information on deadlines and instructions on how to submit can be found at: www.durham.ac.uk/research.innovation/local/research/projects/reporting/outputs/resfish
(31 Jan 2020)
Be part of Durham's newest college community with a Pioneer Scholarship
South College’s fantastic buildings are nearing completion. Construction of the HUB containing the dining hall, gym and music room is finished and the multi use games area is taking shape too. The college bar, JCR and study space will be finished soon. South College’s brand new spacious town houses and ensuite study bedrooms are only weeks from completion. You can still be part of this exciting new community and qualify for a Pioneer Scholarship, find out more at www.durham.ac.uk/south.college/pioneer
Castle Conference 2020: the challenges of a changing world
Registration for attendees and speakers at the Castle Conference 2020: the challenges of a changing world, is now open! www.castlemcr.co.uk/conference2020
This conference showcases interdisciplinary research of postgraduate speakers from northern Universities.
Durham University Writing Group
Do you ever find research and writing too solitary an activity? Durham University Writing Group can help. We will be meeting on Tuesdays at Castle this term. For more information and to be added to the group mailing list, please email email@example.com.
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Ballet workshop in French
Free ballet workshops taught in French for people who are interested in ballet and want to practise French in a relaxed environment. The next workshop will take place on Wednesday 5 February from 5 to 6.30 pm at the fitness studio of Collingwood College
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