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20, April, 2018 Damian Bates joins RGU
Leading public affairs professional Damian Bates has joined RGU as part of a team seeking to increase the university’s role in social debate and political discourse.
19, April, 2018 The Case of Clara Ponsati
Writing for The National, Dr Paul Arnell discusses the European Arrest Warrant issued for the extradition of Clara Ponsati and the legal implications.
17, April, 2018 RGU students battle it out in soapbox racers on campus
Young engineers from RGU went head to head in a fiercely competitive race on the university campus last week as they put their soapbox racers to the test.
23, April, 2018 Visit us in Nigeria
Jamie Hastings, Regional Manager for Africa and the following academic colleagues will be visiting Nigeria in April & May 2018, they will be meeting with students interested in learning more about studying at RGU.
23, April, 2018 Hermeneutic Phenomenology Course & Symposium
Join us for the 2018 five day methodology and symposium in hermeneutic phenomenology
25, April, 2018 World Intellectual Property Day Guest Talk
This year’s World Intellectual Property Day campaign celebrates the brilliant women driving change in our world. We welcome Gill Grassie from Brodies LLP to deliver a talk on ‘Where is Scotland on the World IP Map?’