10, January, 2017 RGU students encouraged to take part in project for positive social and cultural change in Aberdeen
Students from both Robert Gordon University (RGU) and the University of Aberdeen are being encouraged to sign up to take part in a project which will help drive social and cultural change within the city.
A professorial lecture which will discuss will how diet acts mechanistically to prevent human diseases, the concepts of personalised nutrition and the implications of ‘optimum nutrition’ for the prevention of cancer.
“For nine years we have had a productive, consistently solid business relationship with RGU. Over 1000 Chevron participants have been successfully trained through RGU courses. At Chevron we believe these courses have enhanced our competencies in the applicable Supply Chain management areas”
Tom Crimi Learning and Development Manager, Chevron Global Upstream & Gas