8 Sep 2017

Explorers invited to delve into the history of River Eden

Enthusiasts and citizen scientists are invited to join geographers and environmental photographers from the University of Dundee to explore the historic effects of climate change on the River Eden in Fife. On Saturday, 16th September, local explorers will be able to join in a Cupar river walk to examine the history of the River Eden and consider the effects of climate change. They are also invited to get hands on in a photography workshop on Sunday, 17th September with the acclaimed landscape & environmental photographer Tracey Dixon at Birnie & Gaddon Lochs. Andrew Black, Senior Lecturer in Geogra...

Explorers invited to delve into the history of River Eden

7 Sep 2017

‘Nursing in the 21st Century’ Café Science on 11th September

A University of Dundee lecturer will talk about how 21st century pressures have led to changes within the nursing profession at the next Café Science event. Tom McConnachie, from the University of Dundee’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences, will be at Avery & Co, South Tay Street, on Monday, 11th September. He will explain how the University is helping to create a generation of resilient and flexible nurses. As well as sharing his experiences from his own time as a nurse, he will also talk about how his current students are working with the army, school pupils and local communities to ...

‘Nursing in the 21st Century’  Café Science on 11th September

6 Sep 2017

Dundee shortlisted as University of the Year in Times Higher Education Awards

The University of Dundee has been shortlisted as the `University of the Year’ for the Times Higher Education Awards 2017. The shortlisting recognises the University’s remarkable progress over the academic year 2015-16. Following a realignment of the University’s academic and professional structure, which took effect in August 2015, we have: twice been named Scottish University of the Year achieved an average rise of 20 places across the three main league tables in the UK achieved record scores in the National Student Survey, in the top ten in the UK been given a Gold Award in the Teachin...

Dundee shortlisted as University of the Year in Times Higher Education Awards

6 Sep 2017

Coastal potential to be explored

The economic, cultural, social and ecological potential of Scotland’s coastline will be examined at a conference at the University of Dundee next week. Rather than holding separate annual conferences for 2017, the Tay Estuary Forum and Forth Estuary Forum will host a joint event exploring social drivers for change along the nation’s coast, alongside current major economic and cultural developments such as the newly opened Queensferry Crossing. The one-day event, sponsored by Red Rock Power Limited, takes place at the West Park Conference Centre from 10am-4pm on Friday, 15th September. Topics to...

Coastal potential to be explored

4 Sep 2017

CURRENT Phase Three set for Shanghai

The next instalment of the biggest showcase of Scottish contemporary art to ever take place in China, led by the University of Dundee’s Cooper Gallery, opens later this month. Phase Three of ‘CURRENT: Contemporary Art from Scotland’ opens at Shanghai Himalayas Museum on Saturday, 22nd September. It comprises solo exhibitions from leading Scottish artists Bruce McLean and Ross Sinclair that illuminate how different experiences of ‘the contemporary’ are constituted in time. CURRENT comprises exhibitions and other events featuring more than 50 artists over four phases and is co-c...

CURRENT Phase Three set for Shanghai