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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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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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RGU first in Scotland to be recognised as a route to Chartered status

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has become the first university in Scotland to offer a project management degree that is recognised as a route to chartered status.

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'Beyond BAS9' celebrates contemporary arts

A ten-day collaborative arts programme, 'Beyond BAS9' will take place in Aberdeen from 1 – 10 October to shine a light on contemporary arts in the north east.

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RGU leads partnership to help home-owners improve energy efficiency

A new digital service to help homeowners in the UK and Europe improve their energy performance is being created as part of a joint €6.7million 'Stronghouse' project between Robert Gordon University and 20 European partners.

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Alumni make generous donation to The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture

Alumni from The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment have made a generous donation that will help set up a new School Climate Forum and the construction of large-scale site models, after a memory-stirring 50th-year reunion in Aberdeen.

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Talent on show at The Scott Sutherland School Digital Exhibition 2021

The Scott Sutherland School Digital Exhibition 2021 is now live, showcasing innovative architectural visions of Aberdeen and a host of projects with sustainability at their heart, as part of a new 3-D immersive virtual event.

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RGU celebrates consistent rise in Good University Guide 2022

RGU is celebrating a consistent rise in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022 UK rankings.

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OPINION: Physiotherapists play vital role in tackling long Covid

Kay Cooper, Clinical Professor of Allied Health Professions, has highlighted the importance of physiotherapy for improving the quality life of those suffering from long Covid – while maximising recovery.

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UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative Gold Award for Universities official ceremony
RGU receives UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative Gold Award in official ceremony

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has become the first university in Scotland to be awarded the UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative Gold Award for Universities in an official ceremony. The award is recognised as a mark of sustained quality in student midwifery and health visiting programmes and helps ensure that students are prepared for practice.

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