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Improving health and wellbeing by battling negative emotion

Improving health and wellbeing by battling negative emotion

Dr Ayse Cinar, Senior Researcher at the School of Dentistry, will lead a series of events looking at health coaching at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In this blog she explains what health coaching is and how it can help to transform people’s lives.  Negative...

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Principal’s blog – May 2019

Principal’s blog – May 2019

In his latest blogpost Principal Professor Andrew Atherton illustrates how impact and innovation are complementing our great strengths in research and teaching.We are strong in teaching and research, while delivering an outstanding student experience. That...

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Dundee seeks next University Challenge Team

Dundee seeks next University Challenge Team

Do you have what it takes to be on the team? The University is seeking the most formidable student minds to go head-to-head in the nation's toughest quiz. If you are interested, please apply via this application form. Successful applicants will be invited to tryouts...

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From the jute mill to the catwalk

From the jute mill to the catwalk

“Oh dear me, the world is ill-divided, Them that works the hardest are the least provided.” So wrote Dundee poet, songwriter and activist Mary Brooksbank in The Jute Mill Song, her most celebrated work. The words are a fitting epitaph to this fearless champion of the...

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SWITCH to a more connected campus

SWITCH to a more connected campus

Students at the University are being offered a helping hand to try out extra-curricular activities as part of a new project aimed at supporting well-being and building a more connected community. SWITCH – the Student Wellbeing Initiative Targeting Community Health –...

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