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  1. 19, December, 2017 Award win for CDA

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    Common Data Access (CDA) is celebrating after scooping a win at the UK Association Awards Ceremony in Manchester. CDA – a subsidiary of Oil & Gas UK – won the Best eLearning/Online Education award for its innovative Graduate Certificate in Petroleum Data Management. The online course – the first of its kind – is designed to be studied anywhere in the world while working full-time. The course is part of a collaborative programme led and funded by CDA and delivered by Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen to establish Petroleum Data Management (PDM) as a recognised professional discipline.  

  2. 19, December, 2017 Researchers complete study into visitor movement and egress from historic sites

    Drs Eyad Elyan, Arthur Stewart and John Isaacs at Maeshowe

    Researchers from Robert Gordon University have been examining visitor movement in historic buildings, in particular the effect of person order and mobility on egress times.  

  3. 14, December, 2017 RGU students host architecture exhibition addressing variety of Scotland’s issues

    Masters of Architecture students from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment have created a series of exhibitions which look to address a variety of issues affecting Scotland today.  

  4. 14, December, 2017 Aberdeen is home to a series of illustrated Bonnie Beasts


    A pair of talented illustrators who studied at Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art have created a series of colourful children’s books about mythical beasts which live in and around the Granite City.  

  5. 13, December, 2017 Positive leadership is needed to improve healthcare safety

    Professor Derek Stewart

    There are serious concerns around medication error internationally, and a newly completed international study has identified positive leadership and increasing engagement as being key to improving matters.  

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