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Professional Training Workshop: International Boundary Dispute Resolution

09:00 Wednesday, 06 November 2024 to 17:00 Friday, 08 November 2024

Led by experienced boundary negotiators, technical experts and legal advisors, this workshop will provide advice and practical guidance on how to resolve international boundary disputes.

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Professional Training Workshop: International Boundary Dispute Resolution
Philosophy in the Community

14:00 Thursday, 12 September 2024 to 10:00 Sunday, 15 September 2024

An international colloquium to be held at Grey College

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Philosophy in the Community
Professional Training Workshop: Maritime Boundary Delimitation

09:00 Wednesday, 11 September 2024 to 17:00 Friday, 13 September 2024

This workshop will be held at the Radisson Blue Hotel, Durham, UK

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Professional Training Workshop: Maritime Boundary Delimitation
Cultural Evolution Society Conferences: ‘CES 2024’ & Capstone

09:00 Monday, 09 September 2024 to 18:00 Friday, 13 September 2024

CES 2024 is a 3-day conference held at the Teaching and Learning Centre for those interested in cultural evolution research.

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Cultural Evolution Society Conferences: ‘CES 2024’ & Capstone
High Performance (non-residential or, residential) (week three)

14:00 Sunday, 11 August 2024 to 14:30 Friday, 16 August 2024

Durham University have been running summer sculling camps since 2003 and they have grown in size, scope and prestige on an annual basis. They run during July and August every year and are structured to cater for a wide range of ages and abilities. The camps are delivered by Team Durham’s professional rowing coaches who are supported by additional qualified volunteers which ensures all participants are given the optimum opportunity to learn and develop during their time on camp. The camps are run out of Maiden Castle, the university’s £40m sports park close to Durham City centre and our water training centre on the River Tyne in Newcastle. Whilst equipment is provided athletes are encouraged to bring their own boats and blades if they have them. This is to eliminate any familiarisation issues that come with rowing in different equipment. Coaches of athletes attending the camps are welcome to attend and support their athletes; for more information contact holly.young@durham.ac.uk. The camps will also include sessions in the indoor rowing tank and, the junior performance and performance camp may also involve sessions in crew boats.

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High Performance (non-residential or, residential) (week three)
Junior Performance (non-residential or, residential) (week two)

14:00 Sunday, 04 August 2024 to 14:30 Friday, 09 August 2024

Durham University have been running summer sculling camps since 2003 and they have grown in size, scope and prestige on an annual basis. They run during July and August every year and are structured to cater for a wide range of ages and abilities. The camps are delivered by Team Durham’s professional rowing coaches who are supported by additional qualified volunteers which ensures all participants are given the optimum opportunity to learn and develop during their time on camp. The camps are run out of Maiden Castle, the university’s £40m sports park close to Durham City centre and our water training centre on the River Tyne in Newcastle. Whilst equipment is provided athletes are encouraged to bring their own boats and blades if they have them. This is to eliminate any familiarisation issues that come with rowing in different equipment. Coaches of athletes attending the camps are welcome to attend and support their athletes; for more information contact holly.young@durham.ac.uk. The camps will also include sessions in the indoor rowing tank and, the junior performance and performance camp may also involve sessions in crew boats.

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Junior Performance (non-residential or, residential) (week two)
Annual Meeting of the International Society of Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health Accommodation

14:00 Sunday, 04 August 2024 to 10:00 Saturday, 10 August 2024

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Annual Meeting of the International Society of Evolutionary Medicine and Public Health Accommodation
Archive and Special Collections: Copying Service

09:00 Wednesday, 31 July 2024 to 23:59 Wednesday, 31 July 2024

Payment link for Photography and Photocopying requested from Palace Green Library.

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Archive and Special Collections: Copying Service
Learn to Row &/or Junior Development (week one)

09:30 Monday, 29 July 2024 to 15:30 Thursday, 01 August 2024

Durham University have been running summer sculling camps since 2003 and they have grown in size, scope and prestige on an annual basis. They run during July and August every year and are structured to cater for a wide range of ages and abilities. The camps are delivered by Team Durham’s professional rowing coaches who are supported by additional qualified volunteers which ensures all participants are given the optimum opportunity to learn and develop during their time on camp. The camps are run out of Maiden Castle, the university’s £40m sports park close to Durham City centre and our water training centre on the River Tyne in Newcastle. Whilst equipment is provided athletes are encouraged to bring their own boats and blades if they have them. This is to eliminate any familiarisation issues that come with rowing in different equipment. Coaches of athletes attending the camps are welcome to attend and support their athletes; for more information contact holly.young@durham.ac.uk. The camps will also include sessions in the indoor rowing tank and, the junior performance and performance camp may also involve sessions in crew boats.

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Learn to Row &/or Junior Development (week one)
Durham Islamic Finance Summer School 2024

08:30 Saturday, 27 July 2024 to 18:00 Friday, 02 August 2024

Durham Islamic Finance Summer School (DIFSS) aims to provide such knowledge, skills and expertise, and help place participants in an advantageous position for entering and working in the Islamic financial sector. The programme is delivered mostly by leading Islamic financiers and bankers from across the world.

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Durham Islamic Finance Summer School 2024