Durham University appoints new Vice-Chancellor and Warden
Durham University has appointed its new Vice-Chancellor and Warden following an extensive appointment process.
Durham University joins up with British Paralympic Association to host festival of disability sport
A national para-sports festival will be held at the £6.7M Durham University sport centre this week, showcasing the University’s facilities and vast array of sport and fitness opportunities.
Student safety volunteering scheme is launched in Durham
Around 50 Durham University students will be helping fellow students to stay safe as they take up their new roles as volunteers in Durham City Centre.
Durham University student one step closer to being one of the first humans on Mars
Durham University student, Hannah Earnshaw, is among the final 100 hopefuls for a one-way trip to Mars as part of the Mars One Project.
University statement regarding student safety and wellbeing
Durham University has outlined a series of measures to address student safety and wellbeing, working with partners in the Durham City Safety Group. A number of activities are already in place within our Colleges.
Durham University wins more than £1million funding for doctoral training in visual culture
Durham University has been awarded £1,050,000 to fund interdisciplinary training in visual culture.
The award was made by The Leverhulme Trust as part of its new Doctoral Scholarships Scheme following a bid led by Professor Ludmilla Jordanova of the University’s Centre for Visual Arts and Culture (CVAC). The Centre was established in September 2014 as a result of Durham’s strategic investment in pioneering research in visual culture.
Paralympic gold for Durham University student Lily van den Broecke
Durham University student and rowing cox Lily van den Broecke is celebrating after winning gold at the London 2012 Paralympics.
Olympic Torch given warm welcome on University’s Racecourse
Thousands of people celebrated the arrival of the Olympic Torch in Durham City on the University’s Racecourse this weekend.
Durham Declares as University Fees Market Takes Shape
England's third oldest university, renowned for the quality and employability of its graduates, has announced plans to charge a headline fee of £9,000 per year to undergraduates from 2012.
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