8 Jun 2015

CURRENT |不合时宜: Contemporary Art from Scotland – a collaboration between Cooper Gallery and Shanghai Himalayas Museum, part of the 2015 UK-China Year of Culture Exchange.

The University of Dundee’s Cooper Gallery is to present the first major exhibition dedicated to Scottish contemporary art to be held in China in collaboration with Shanghai Himalayas Museum. ‘CURRENT: Contemporary Art from Scotland’ is a collaboration between Cooper Gallery and Shanghai Himalayas Museum. The four-phase, 18-month exhibition and forum programme will showcase for the first time in China the distinctiveness of contemporary art made in Scotland, its grass-roots spirit and its keen debates with the social and political dimensions of art and culture. CURRENT: Contemporary Art fr...

CURRENT |不合时宜: Contemporary Art from Scotland – a collaboration between Cooper Gallery and Shanghai Himalayas Museum, part of the 2015 UK-China Year of Culture Exchange.

5 Jun 2015

University excellence showcase for Pakistani delegation

A delegation from Sindh Madressatul Islam University, one of the oldest educational institutions in Pakistan, will visit the University of Dundee next week. The group will be headed by Dr Muhammad Ali Shaikh, Vice-Chancellor of Sindh Madressatul Islam University, and will include nine students and four Professors along with representatives of the British Council. They will visit Dundee on Monday, 8th June. Dundee is one of just five institutions being visited by the delegation in order to give them an insight into the UK Higher Education sector and how its practices can be emulated in order to aid Pakistan...

University excellence showcase for Pakistani delegation

5 Jun 2015

Mine-crafting the future of Dundee’s waterfront

Dundee’s central waterfront is the midst of a £1billion transformation. The project has already proved attractive to the world’s leading architects, including Kengo Kuma, designer of the V&A Museum of Design, Dundee. Now the city’s schoolchildren will show how it would look if they were set free to design the waterfront, using the gaming phenomenon Minecraft. Primary 6 and 7 pupils around the city have been working for the past few months on a project led by the University of Dundee and Dundee City Council. Simultaneously, pupils from nine secondary schools across the city have ...

5 Jun 2015

`Identifying the Dead’ – your turn to take on a forensic challenge

Crime author Val McDermid’s latest story has all the ingredients you may expect – a body found on a hill in the centre of Dundee, a mystery as to its identity, police looking for the help of a forensic investigator. The dream of all crime fiction fans is that they be the one who steps into that vital role. Now they can, thanks to a new online course being launched on FutureLearn by the University of Dundee and its world-renowned Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification. FutureLearn enables millions for people around the world to share learning experiences, free of charge, through massive ope...

`Identifying the Dead’ – your turn to take on a forensic challenge

4 Jun 2015

‘Understanding Teenage Mental Health’ – Café Science Extra on 10th June

Kirsty Miller, from the University of Dundee, will discuss her research into teenage mental health at the next Café Science Extra event in the city. Kirsty, a PhD student in the University’s School of Psychology, will lead the event at Dundee Science Centre at 6pm on Wednesday, 10th June. She will reveal how a study she and her colleagues conducted identified the social factors that can impact mental wellbeing in teenagers and young adults. “Adolescents account for around a quarter of the world’s population and are at high risk from mental disorders and participation in risky behav...

‘Understanding Teenage Mental Health’ – Café Science Extra on 10th June