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Winners of the Principal's Awards for Fine Art (Emmajane Kingaby) and Design (Beth Davidson)
Success for Class of 2022 as Gray’s Degree Show opens

Students from Gray’s School of Art ‘Welcome to the real world’ are celebrating success after receiving a new collection of awards at the opening launch of the Degree Show on Friday 10 June.

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RGU joins national scheme to encourage a positive breastfeeding culture

Robert Gordon University (RGU) becomes the first higher or further education establishment in Grampian to sign up to the national Breastfeeding Friendly Scotland (BFS) scheme to further its commitment to support, normalise and celebrate breastfeeding.

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Gray's Lecturer Mathew Wilcock makes new Principal's Design & Fine Art Award
New handcrafted awards celebrate success at Gray’s School of Art

A new set of art awards are being specially created to celebrate the return of Gray’s School of Art's Degree Show, ‘Welcome to the real world’, which opens on Saturday 11 June.

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Smoke stacks
OPINION: Communities close the knowledge gap

Writing for The Scotsman, Dr Jacob Nielsen, Dr Kostas Stavrianakis, and Professor Zoe Morrison address climate change and its complex, wide-reaching impact on all aspects of society.

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Emma Caldow - Painting Gray's School of Art Degree Show
Sustainability at the heart of Gray's Degree Show ‘Welcome to the real world'

Final preparations are underway for Gray’s Degree Show, ‘Welcome to the real world’, opening on Saturday 11 June, with many graduates drawing inspiration from environmental issues and sustainability.

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Claire Milnes - RGU alumna - RSA Annual Exhibition - Courtyard elevation
RGU alumna wins Royal Scottish Academy Medal for Architecture

An alumna from The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture (SSA) at Robert Gordon University (RGU) has won the prestigious Royal Scottish Academy Medal for Architecture.

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Louise Christie
Medal success for RGU Sport Scholar at British Championships

Aberdeen rhythmic gymnast Louise Christie won three medals at the 2022 British Rhythmic Championships in Telford ahead of her debut at the European Championships in June.

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Emeritus Professor Henry Ellington, OBE, BSc, PhD, DLitt, CPhys, FInstP. Holding ‘History of RGU’ written after retiring in 2001, and ‘The Nature of Reality’ written 18 years later during the COVID lockdown
RGU emeritus professor honoured with an OBE for services to education

An emeritus professor from Robert Gordon University (RGU) has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Jubilee 2022 honours list.

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Emergent, Gray's Graduate in Residence Exhibition
Gray’s Graduates in Residence exhibition 'Emergent' celebrates new beginnings

A dynamic exhibition from Gray’s School of Art’s Graduates in Residence, 'Emergent’ opens at the Look Again Project Space, Aberdeen on Saturday 11 June.

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Nathan Rankine, Linda Jepkoech Lagat, Keyur Shah, Kwadwo Kwafo-Fokuo, Wan Hay Eugina Ng, Regan Gray, Ming Loi
Innovation award supports one of Scotland’s oldest social care charities

University students are supporting one of Scotland’s oldest social care charities to tackle its recruitment challenge through an extracurricular programme that teaches the creation of innovative solutions to real world problems.

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Image shows( left to right) artist, Victoria Fifield from the ‘No Place Like Home’ exhibition for The Open Road, Dr Lucia Ruggerone from The School of Applied Social Sciences and Charles Hackett, lecturer from Gray’s School of Art.
No Place Like Home exhibition explores ‘What does home mean in 2022?'

Artworks created as part of a Robert Gordon University (RGU) research project into the impact of Brexit on EU nationals living in the UK, goes on display at a new exhibition called, ‘No Place Like Home’, at Fittie Community Hall on Sunday 5 June.

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Aberdeen city centre
Opinion: Taking brave steps to create a vibrant city centre

Writing for Press & Journal, Senior Lecturer in Hospitality, Tourism & Events at Robert Gordon University (RGU), Craig Leith, highlights how Aberdeen can create a vibrant city centre future, if it takes brave steps and harnesses opportunities.

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