Durham University Technical staff helping in the fight against Coronavirus
Here at Durham we are very grateful to health workers both in the uk and internationaly, for their work in tackling the pandemic. There is a critical shortage of PPE, in the UK, for medical and health personnel working in the frontline dealing with COVID-19. To assist medical staff here in our North East hospitals, a group of Durham University technicians, working from home, are stepping up to address a shortage and provide valuble life saving PPE for those on the front line .
Working In Partnership Event
With all that has happened in recent weeks, Its seems so long ago that Debora Rowe, James Dyson and Julie Morgan Dodds, on behalf of Durham University Technical Staff, attended the most recent Working in Partnership event at Newcastle University on 27th February this year. These networks take place twice a year and are key to bring together key staff involved in promoting the Technician Commitment.
(14 Apr 2020) » More about NTDC reports
Together, with a combined service of over 150 years, we regretfully this year say good bye to 4 key members of Durham University Technical staff.
(3 Dec 2019) » More about 2019 is coming to an end
Engineering Technician, Ian Garrett a life saver
So we’re very pleased to congratulate Ian Garrett, an electrical technician in our Engineering Department, on receiving an ‘above and beyond’ award from the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) Trust.
(21 Aug 2019) » More about Engineering Technician, Ian Garrett a life saver
Amy Tate has been awarded Student of the Year
“Congratulations to Amy Tate who has been awarded Student of the Year in her cohort at Durham College.
Amy joined our technical team in 2017 as an Electronics Technician having begun her University career as an apprentice in the Science Faculty in 2013.