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Capturing the extremes of nature at the edge of the world
In 2015, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design tutor and alumna, Georgia Rose Murray, started a series of expeditions to some of the world’s coldest, most remote places.
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Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD) graduate Callum Laird has been riding high since graduating in June with a First-Class Honours in Graphic Design

Published on 25 September 2020

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When Wiston Mukiwa graduated from the University of Dundee and returned to Malawi, he was one of only three dentists in his country. Since then, he has spent his career driving forward dental healthcare provision across Malawi.

Published on 14 August 2020

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From exciting emerging artists to international rock bands, Dundee has seen its fair share of musical talent. Paul, Katie and Sam share what Dundee’s music scene means to them and how it’s going from strength to strength

Published on 14 August 2020

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Wherever in the world the Alumni Relations team travel we always love to hear the tales of the people our alumni met at Dundee and the real sense of community that exists.

Published on 9 August 2020

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The intimate connections between Dundee and the Indian sub-continent are well known in relation to the jute industry. However, Dundee’s international student connections have a similarly long and deep history. 

Published on 7 August 2020

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Earlier this year, viewers across the UK witnessed the magic of Dundee graduate, Kevin Quantum, on the ITV hit show Britain’s Got Talent

Published on 4 August 2020

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Our graduates go on to do some exciting work once they graduate. For Robin Kerr, he has been able to combine his day job with one of his great loves – motorsport. We spoke to him prior to the start of the Covid 19 pandemic.

Published on 2 August 2020

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With Dundee being famous for its journalism, it is not really surprising to learn that the University has a long history of student publications, dating back to 1888 when University College, Dundee's College first appeared

Published on 31 July 2020

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As the world becomes more aware of the need for climate action, we caught-up with our alumni working and innovating in the environment and sustainability sector to find out what is already being done to improve how we protect our planet.

Published on 27 July 2020

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Dr Sammy Chan graduated from Dundee in 1988 but his connection with the University didn’t stop there. 31 years later, he would be inspiring and equipping the next generation of civil engineering students.

Published on 24 July 2020

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While the city may historically be known as the home of ‘Jute, Jam and Journalism,’ Dundee is forging a modern day reputation as a hub for scientific research

Published on 23 July 2020

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Kam, Lorinda, Feso and Rob are connected to a global community which is made up of over 100,000 alumni across the world, each with their own story

Published on 17 July 2020

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Each year, the University has the pleasure of welcoming another cohort of graduates to our ever-expanding global alumni community

Published on 17 July 2020

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From canoeing to cricket to trampoline and triathlon sport has always been a massive part of university life.

Published on 8 July 2020

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Sports can play a huge part in the overall university experience, creating friendships outside the classroom and developing skills that will help our graduates excel in the working world

Published on 4 July 2020