Research seminars are one of the activities supporting the research culture of the Dumfries Campus. Faculty, postgraduate students and visiting speakers meet regularly to communicate and discuss their ongoing work
The 'Cultural Currents' seminars take place during term time, normally on Wednesdays at 3pm in Room 232 for about 90 minutes. They are aimed at all postgraduate students and faculty, and are open to undergraduate students and members of the public without charge.
For further information, see the current programme in the right-hand menu, or contact series organisers Dr Stuart Hanscomb or Dr Benjamin Franks.
Throughout the year the School of Interdisciplinary Studies welcome a range of international experts in issues relating to palliative and end of life care. These events are open to all - individuals and groups from the local community, visitors, students and staff are all welcome to take part. For more information please contact Professor David Clark.
Continuing professional and personal development
A comprehensive programme of talks, events and workshops is planned during session 2010-11, based at the Dumfries Campus and in various community venues throughout Dumfries & Galloway. For a programme please contact email@example.com