The Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee is presenting inspiring and fascinating Master student projects this week. The 2011 Class exhibition will last through 3rd September. SDHI will continue to work with Masters students on interdisciplinary projects in the future. Programme Director Hazel White is currently inviting project ideas that have a combined health and design focus. Please send your thoughts, project sketches to her and she will incorporate them in a ‘challenge bank’ http://mastersdundee.wordpress.com/challenge-bank/. For more details of the current projects visit Masters Class 2011 snapshots
SDHI is changing its ‘look’. Please welcome our new logo. We continue to expand our network of research partners and build ‘bridges’ across various academic and practice communities. The two universities at St Andrews and Dundee serve as its solid pillars. The interdisciplinary focus on the social dimensions of health and well-being is timely as ever, and our research tackles key problems that affect populations in Scotland and beyond. These include issues around violence, aging, dementia, disability, social inclusion, autonomy, technology and public health. Please stay tuned for further changes in SDHI’s web profile.
The event will take place on 28th September 2011 at the Westpark Conference Centre in Dundee. SDHI Co-Director Prof Huw Davies will facilitate the event, which is funded by the Centre for Environmental Change and Human Resilience. Speakers include Professor of Disability Policy Mark Priestley, University of Leeds and Dr John Twigg, University College London. The programme update can be found at CECHR SDHI event