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  • Record-breaking season for sport at Durham

    Our student sports clubs have achieved an all-time record for the University by winning 13 BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sport) national championships this season.
  • Royal honour for Professor Harriet Bulkeley

    One of our leading geography researchers has been honoured by His Majesty King Charles III.
    A head and shoulders photograph of Professor Harriet Bulkeley
  • Alumnus launches his father’s memoirs - with help from Ƶapp

    When alumnus Mark Aedy (College of St Hild and St Bede, Geography, 1979) mentioned the idea of publishing his late father’s memoirs as a Royal Air Force pilot to Grace Norman in our Alumni Relations Office, she suggested to him that the University could support him.
    Ken Aedy - memoirs header
  • Durham’s Global Lecture Series arrives in Washington DC

    Senior University colleagues have been visiting Washington DC to reinforce Durham’s relationships with our wider community, our research partners and our alumni and supporters in the United States.
    Karen O'Brien and Fiona Hill in Washington DC
  • Strengthening our cultural partnerships in the US

    We have cemented our developing partnership with the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in North America by signing an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) between Ƶapp's Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies and the Museum.
    Delegation at the Smithsonian
  • Remembering Joan Kenworthy

    The University is saddened to learn of the passing of Joan Kenworthy on May 18, aged 90.
    Joan Kenworthy
  • Chancellor's Circle Annual Dinner 2024

    On 9 May, the annual Chancellor's Circle Dinner was hosted by University Chancellor, Dr Fiona Hill, at the Barbican, London, to celebrate the impact of the group's transformational giving.
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Royal honour for Professor Harriet Bulkeley

One of our leading geography researchers has been honoured by His Majesty King Charles III.
A head and shoulders photograph of Professor Harriet Bulkeley

Alumnus launches his father’s memoirs - with help from Ƶapp

When alumnus Mark Aedy (College of St Hild and St Bede, Geography, 1979) mentioned the idea of publishing his late father’s memoirs as a Royal Air Force pilot to Grace Norman in our Alumni Relations Office, she suggested to him that the University could support him.
Ken Aedy - memoirs header

Durham’s Global Lecture Series arrives in Washington DC

Senior University colleagues have been visiting Washington DC to reinforce Durham’s relationships with our wider community, our research partners and our alumni and supporters in the United States.
Karen O'Brien and Fiona Hill in Washington DC

Strengthening our cultural partnerships in the US

We have cemented our developing partnership with the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in North America by signing an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) between Ƶapp's Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies and the Museum.
Delegation at the Smithsonian

Remembering Joan Kenworthy

The University is saddened to learn of the passing of Joan Kenworthy on May 18, aged 90.
Joan Kenworthy

Chancellor's Circle Annual Dinner 2024

On 9 May, the annual Chancellor's Circle Dinner was hosted by University Chancellor, Dr Fiona Hill, at the Barbican, London, to celebrate the impact of the group's transformational giving.
Banner Image

Remembering Joan Kenworthy

The University is saddened to learn of the passing of Joan Kenworthy on May 18, aged 90.
Joan Kenworthy

Preferred Bidder announced for the refurbishment and redevelopment of the College of St Hild and St Bede

Ƶapp has selected UPP to be the Preferred Bidder to develop, in a partnership, a detailed scheme proposition for the refurbishment of the College of St Hild and St Bede on its historic Riverside location and the development of new college accommodation at the Leazes Road site.
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  • Record-breaking season for sport at Durham

    Our student sports clubs have achieved an all-time record for the University by winning 13 BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sport) national championships this season.
  • Student vocal group makes history in New York

    Our reigning student A Cappella group, Northern Lights, has sung their way into the history books by retaining UK championship and competing in New York international finals of a high profile A Cappella competition for the second year running. Music undergraduate Lucie Fletcher also came away with the special accolade of 'Outstanding Soloist'.
    Northern Lights singers holding the UK flag at the 2024 ICCA in New York
  • Second UK triumph for Northern Lights

    Durham’s a cappella group, Northern Lights, have won their second successive UK ICCA (International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella) Finals in Wimbledon on Saturday 30 March 2024. As a result, they will compete at their second World University Finals in New York on Saturday 27 April.
    Group of students on stage, singing

Student vocal group makes history in New York

Our reigning student A Cappella group, Northern Lights, has sung their way into the history books by retaining UK championship and competing in New York international finals of a high profile A Cappella competition for the second year running. Music undergraduate Lucie Fletcher also came away with the special accolade of 'Outstanding Soloist'.
Northern Lights singers holding the UK flag at the 2024 ICCA in New York

Second UK triumph for Northern Lights

Durham’s a cappella group, Northern Lights, have won their second successive UK ICCA (International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella) Finals in Wimbledon on Saturday 30 March 2024. As a result, they will compete at their second World University Finals in New York on Saturday 27 April.
Group of students on stage, singing

Upcoming events

MBA Alumni Event in London, 24 June 2024

Monday 24 June 2024 - Monday 24 June 2024
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Chartered Accountants Hall, 1 Moorgate Pl, London EC2R 6EA
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Summer Course on International Arbitration 2024

Monday 22 July 2024 - Friday 26 July 2024
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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St Chad’s College Alumni Reunion Weekend

Friday 20 September 2024 - Sunday 22 September 2024
4:00 PM to 1:00 PM
St Chad's College
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Law LLB, Trevelyan College, 2018

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