Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee
Old Hawkhill, Balfour Street, Dundee, DD1 4HB

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Saturday Evening Lecture Series

A series of key debates in modern medicine, politics and the environment.

Sat 4 Mar

Free / 01382 385108

Mighty Women of Science is a playful and enlightening all-ages book, which looks at some well known, and some not so well known, women who have and continue to change the world of science. Author Clare Forrest, and illustrator Fiona Gordon discuss their journey in creating the book with own graduate and author Zoe Venditozzi.

Sat 25 Mar

Over-14s only

Free / 01382 385108

Dundee to the world: an evening with three Graduates who shaped and reported on global events. This event celebrates three prestigious Dundee graduates who studied here during James Drever’s time as Principal. James Drever was a massive advocate for political discourse, encouraging students to strike and make stands against funding cuts. Each of these graduates has gone on to make an impact in the field of politics.

Sat 29 Apr

Over-14s only

Free / 01382 385108

Welcome Book Price: following the announcement of the Wellcome Book Prize 2017 winner, which takes place on Mon 24 Apr, hear from the chair of the 2017 judging panel, Scottish crime writer Val McDermid.

Sat 13 May

Over-14s only

Free / 01382 385108

Saleyha Ahsan is a medicine graduate of the University of Dundee, class of 2006. Before her time at the Unibversity, she was the first British Muslim woman to graduate from the royal military academy Sandhurst as an army officer and went on to serve in the royal army medical corps with an operational tour of Bosnia. Saleyha discusses how her time at Dundee provided the perfect haven for forming ideas from outside the box in preparation for a unique career across medicine, media and humanitarianism.

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