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COVID-19: Advice for Staff, Students and Community


David Thomas
Q&A with David Thomas, Graduate Apprenticeship mentor at IKM Testing

David Thomas is currently mentoring Emma Finegan who is undertaking a Graduate Apprenticeship in Accounting. He recently took some time to answer questions about his experience as a mentor.

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Emma Finegan
Studying a GA has allowed Emma Finegan to achieve her goals

Studying a Graduate Apprenticeship (GA) has allowed Emma Finegan to gain more knowledge and insight into the company she works at, as well as the wider Accounts industry.

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Angela Kydd, clinical professor in Nursing
A discussion about the effects of PPE on menopausal women is long overdue

Writing for The Press & Journal, Angela Kydd, clinical professor in Nursing shares that having a discussion about menopause, PPE and the Covid-19 pandemic is long overdue.

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£1.7million in Scottish Government funding secured to support regional recovery

RGU has been awarded £1.7million as part of the recently announced Economic Recovery and Skills Fund for north east Scotland. The Fund is a £14.3 million investment by the Scottish Government to support economic recovery and enhance skill levels in Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire though new economic growth, employment, training, and skills development opportunities.

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Masks & visual props from Plant Theatre for Plant People
Gray’s Graduates support Aberdeen Plant Theatre for Plant People parade

A vibrant parade takes to the streets of Aberdeen this weekend as British Art Show 9 comes to a close at Aberdeen Art Gallery on Sunday 10 October.

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Two RGU entrepreneurs triumph at national Converge Challenge Awards

Two RGU entrepreneurs triumphed at the 2021 Converge Challenge Awards, taking home a total prize pot of £60,000 for their innovative business ideas.

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Painting by Elizabeth Riley from Gray's School of Art focusing on social history
Support for early-career artists and recent graduates in Aberdeen

A programme to support upcoming Aberdeen-based artists and curators launches this week as part of Beyond BAS9, Aberdeen’s new contemporary arts programme.

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Donald John MacDonald
STV and RGU launch the Donald John MacDonald Memorial Bursary

It is announced that an annual bursary will be launched to commemorate Donald John MacDonald, former editor of STV North, and continue his legacy of supporting new entrants to journalism.

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RGU to host symposium to explore sustainability in the creative industries

RGU is hosting a week-long symposium to explore sustainability in the creative and cultural industries as part of its commitment to delivering the knowledge and skills to ensure a sustainable future for all.

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Dan and Scott
Supporting staff wellbeing on the other side of the pandemic

Writing for the Scotsman, Mental Health Nursing Lecturers Scott Macpherson and Dan Warrender share how a flexible approach to home working could be the optimal path for supporting employee wellbeing.

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Healing Tool: Hugging Machine Sculpture by Carly Seller, Paradigm Exhibition
Well-being at the heart of new Contemporary Arts programme ‘Beyond BAS9’

Well-being and nurture are at the heart of a new contemporary arts programme, ‘Beyond BAS9’, that launches in Aberdeen on Friday 1 October, to celebrate the landmark British Art Show 9’s visit to the city.

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Robert Gordon University to deliver new leadership programme for SMEs

Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Aberdeen Business School aims to support growth and help boost the economy post-Covid through the new government-funded Help to Grow programme.

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