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20, July, 2017 Degree of success for Matthew
The hard work involved in fitting in course work and class time while working full time and being a new dad has paid off of for Shetlander Matthew Laurenson who graduated from Robert Gordon University (RGU) with an MBA in Oil and Gas Management.
20, July, 2017 Work-life balance brings success for Angela
Successfully balancing the challenges of raising a young family, working and studying for a degree has paid off for Angela Williamson from Stonehaven who graduated from Robert Gordon University with an MSc in Health Safety and Risk Management.
It was a proud week in the Jackson household in Aberdeen when 22-year-old Chloe Jackson and her dad Billy Jackson graduated from Robert Gordon University (RGU) within 24 hours of one another. First to graduate was Chloe who received a BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management on July 12. The following day Billy, a lecturer in Occupational Health in RGU’s School of Nursing and Midwifery, graduated with a PGCert Learning, Teaching and Assessment (Nursing and Midwifery).
20, July, 2017 Year of international graduations for Veronica
There will be three reasons for graduation celebrations in three different countries for Veronica Cunningham and her daughters Rachel and Zara this year. Veronica, originally from Sligo and Galway in Ireland but now based in Oslo, Norway graduated as one of RGU's first cohort of Doctor of Information Science (DInfSc) students. Rachel meanwhile graduates with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from Parsons New School in Paris and Zara graduates with a BSc International Business Administration from Erasmus University in Rotterdam.
04, July, 2017 OPINION PIECE: Leadership Week…..a cure for weak leadership?
The last few months have brought the subject of leadership into sharp focus. From the extraordinary events of 2016’s Brexit vote and the US Presidential race, to the “strong and stable” versus “weak and wobbly” narrative of the recent UK General Election, it seems that skilled leadership has rarely been in such demand, and yet its secrets remain as elusive as ever.