Information, Communication & Media News
20, April, 2017 Fake news survey extended to election day
A team from RGU carrying out a survey to determine if fake news and alternative facts are a feature of Scottish politics have extended the closing date until election day on June 8. Initial survey results show there is a lack of trust in Scottish political parties’ ‘facts’
20, April, 2017 RGU supports 2017 North East Business Week
RGU is holding a number of events as part of North East Business Week which runs from April 24-28.
RGU students Dylan Middleton and Zhaira Kausar are through to the final of the International Negotiation Competition after triumphing in the Scottish Universities Negotiation Competition.
13, April, 2017 RGU survey explores fake news and alternative facts
The terms ‘post-truth’, ‘fake news’ and ‘alternative facts’ have become commonly used in recent months, particularly in relation to national and international politics. A team from RGU is now carrying out research to determine if they are a feature of Scottish politics.
12, April, 2017 RGU strengthens overseas links with China
Robert Gordon University (RGU) is continuing to build on its overseas links with China after confirming a strategic partnership agreement with Southwest University in Chongqing.
10, April, 2017 RGU academic visits India to discuss research collaboration
Dr Paul Arnell, reader in law in the Robert Gordon University (RGU) Law School, recently travelled to India to explore possible partnerships and collaboration with law schools in the country.
10, April, 2017 RGU triumphs at Granite City Mooting Competition
Sponsored for many years by Brodies LLP, the annual derby match between Robert Gordon University (RGU) and the University of Aberdeen this week saw law students pit their wits against each other at the Library at the Society of Advocates in Aberdeen.
06, April, 2017 Researchers present findings on EU Transparency Directives
Researchers from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Business School have presented their findings following an investigation into new European Union (EU) directives aimed at improving the transparency of payments made to governments by companies engaged in extracting natural resources.
06, April, 2017 Global experts to attend i3 conference
A worldwide gathering of experts in the fields of Information and Library Science will share their expertise with delegates at the i3 Conference hosted by Robert Gordon University (RGU).
06, April, 2017 Students give digital review of Speyside hotel
A new MSc module on Strategic Digital Communications, introduced at Robert Gordon University’s School of Creative and Cultural Business in response to the global digital skills shortage, has produced its first set of findings for a North-east business.