Discovering Discovery Walk

An event next Thursday – 18th October – allows you to take a guided stroll along Discovery Walk and find out more about the history, design and stories around the ten bronze plaques that celebrate the gifts that Dundee has given the world and those inspiring individuals who were behind some of the world’s most ground breaking discoveries and contributions to science and society.
With phase three of Discovery Walk starting soon you will have the chance to talk to the creators of the walk, Susanne Scott and Kelly-Ann Marr, about who you think should be the next individual to be immortalised with a bronze plaque.
Full details are available here.

The Women of Discovery Walk

– A free talk – on Wednesday 7th March 2018 at 6.30pm – Baxter Suite, Tower Building at the University of Dundee.
The University of Dundee and the city itself has a proud history of women who surpassed the expectations of their peers. 
This talk is a partnership between Discovery Walk and the University of Dundee Archives. Kelly Marr, the project originator of Discovery Walk, will discuss the works and legacies of the three women who have a plaque in Slessor Gardens, Mary Lily Walker, Professor Margaret Fairlie, and Mary Ann Baxter. 
Caroline Brown, University Archivist, will explore the position and role of women in the University, particularly in its early days as University College, Dundee.
You can book your place here.
This event is part of Dundee Women’s Festival 4th-17th March 2018.    For more information on the festival follow the link here.