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Wednesday 8 July 2015

Delivering Excellence : Working therapeutically in the Criminal Justice system

10:00am to 4:00pm, Durham University

Wednesday 8 & Thursday 9 July
The 8th Annual Conference of the Counselling in Prisons network is a two day international conference, with workshops looking at contemporary issues for therapists working in the CJs such as trauma, bereavement and personality disorder.

Friday 10 July 2015

Ustinov Annual Conference: What makes interdisciplinarity work? Crossing

Ustinov College, Durham University

Friday 10 & Saturday 11 July
Ustinov College presents its inaugural Annual Conference, which will also mark the 50th anniversary of its establishment as a graduate society.
The conference will bring together research students and established practitioners to share knowledge and insights on interdisciplinary projects. Not only will we seek to grapple with different interpretations of interdisciplinary, but also particular significance will be given to the processes, challenges and successes of interdisciplinary research in practice as we invite participants to share their experiences of crossing academic boundaries.

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Monday 13 July 2015

Cities and Citizens 17th-Century Studies Conference

9:00am to 2:00pm, Durham University

The 2015 conference focuses on the topic of ‘Cities and Citizens’ and will focus on the ways in which urban centres were perceived, experienced, understood and represented in the ‘long seventeenth century’ (c.1580-1720). The conference will be held within the World Heritage Site on Palace Green in the heart of the seventeenth-century bishopric capital of Durham.

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Wednesday 15 July 2015

MEMSA Conference 2015: ‘Darkness and Illumination: the pursuit of knowledge in the medieval and early modern world'

9:00am to 3:00pm, Durham University
Wednesday 15 - Friday 17 July
Durham University’s Medieval and Early Modern Student Association (MEMSA) is holding their ninth annual postgraduate and early-career researcher conference MEMSA and this conference is supported by the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies.

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Monday 20 July 2015

Non-equilibrium quantum dynamics in low dimensions Mini-Conference

Durham University
Monday 20 - Wednesday 22 July
The conference will explore experimental and theoretical themes pertinent to a vast number of physical system, with an emphasis on recent developments in the field of ultracold atomic gases.

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Wednesday 2 September 2015

International Glaciological Society – British Branch Meeting

Until 12:00am, Geography Department, Durham University

Wednesday 2 - Thursday 3 September
The Department of Geography at Durham University is delighted to be hosting the British Branch meeting of the International Glaciological Society. The conference will include oral and poster presentations, spread over two days, on a wide range of snow and ice research.

Thursday 3 September 2015

Climate Impacts, Ecosystems and Evolution – from deep time to the future

Until 12:00am, Van Mildert College, Durham University
Thursday 3 - Saturday 5 September
This multidisciplinary conference will be both inclusive and substantive involving biologists, geologists, geographers and palaeontologists addressing research questions over different timescales, i.e. decadal, multi-decadal, millennial or tens of millennia to millions of years in deep time.