Psychological research is arguably impossible without collaboration. At the very least, it requires willing human beings to participate in your research (unless you’re studying animal behaviour, in which case, your
Last month, I had the privilege of receiving one of two Postgraduate Science Excellence in Outreach Awards from the University. It was for my work on the MammalWeb citizen science project, and I’d like
[Or: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Em] The beauty of Durham is that, as unassuming as its pastoral beauty may make it appear, it could never be accused of
Following our visit to the International Commission for Missing Persons, we headed to Srebrenica (see Remembering Srebrenica part 1). The site of Potoćari (the base of the Dutch peacekeepers during
Durham Global Security Institute (DGSI) students, taking either the Masters in Diplomacy, Defence and Development, or the Masters in Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding, visited Bosnia Herzegovina for a full week.
The poet T. S. Eliot once noted that he measured out his life in coffee spoons. As a recent graduate, this is a sentiment I can relate to with painful