Events from the 11 November 2021
This online training course provides a simple, contextual overview of international boundaries and the practical measures that can be taken to resolve international boundary disputes. Through a series of short online lectures and a final practical exercise, the course explores the relevance of borders and looks at land and maritime boundary disputes, before covering methods available for dispute resolution.
01 January 2021 - 31 December 2022
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Our Open Day is currently available virtually on demand until 31st December 2021.
16 September 2021 - 31 December 2021
Durham University (Virtually)
The ESRC Festival of Social Science is an annual series of events, held in both Durham and across the country, offering a fascinating insight into some of the world’s leading social science research and resulting impact.
01 November 2021 - 30 November 2021
Supported Progression, or SP, is a programme ran by Durham’s Access and Engagement team to recruit eligible Year 12 students to the University in an alternative way.
01 November 2021 - 14 January 2022
CHESS organises weekly research meetings for its members and interested colleagues. Meetings take place each Thursday during term time from 11:00am - 12:00pm online via Zoom (until further notice).
11 November 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Philosophy Department (PO004) and on Zoom
Meeting ID: 958 0176 3038
How do we apply open science practices to neurodevelopmental research? In this talk, Dr. Hobson will discuss her experiences conducting a registered report, and asking autism journals to offer this format. She will also summarise investigations into the typical statistical power of a study into developmental disorders.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
You are warmly invited to this academic year's first Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Studies Research Seminar, hosted by Durham University’s English Studies Department and the Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies.
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
You are warmly invited to this academic year's first Medical Humanities Research Seminar, hosted by Durham University’s English Studies Department and the Institute for Medical Humanities.
Online via Zoom
Liz Graveling, Frankie Ward, and Mark Tanner discussing the nature of power in the Church of England.
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
My tutors at Durham were supportive and helped open my eyes to the different avenues available to me after University. My experiences helped build my confidence, resilience and communication - giving me the necessary skills to represent myself to the best of my ability during interviews.