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Hilary Nicol Web
OPINION - Aberdeen's creatives can bring the city centre back to life

Hilary Nicoll, co-director of Look Again, which is part of Gray’s School of Art, writes about supporting our creative industries to reactivate the city centre.

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July21 Tom Andrews
Sustainability at the fore of final year design projects for Degree Show

Sustainability is at the fore of a host of final year projects, featuring at Gray’s School of Art Graduate Digital Degree show, Onwards.

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Grove Academy students win top place at RGU MATE ROV competition

A team of young engineers from Grove Academy in Dundee has once again taken top place in an annual competition at RGU and will now have the opportunity to progress to the MATE ROV World Championships in USA

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Denise Penny
Opinion: Reimagining post-pandemic health and social care services in Scotland

Denise Penny, Lecturer in Public Health & Health Promotion and Acting Course Leader for Strategic Service Planning & Delivery, shares thought leadership with The Scotsman on reimagining health and social care for a post pandemic world.

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Lawson Marr
RGU student recognised for outstanding engineering talent

An engineering student from RGU, Lawson Marr, has been recognised for his hard work by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

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Image from GSA student Laura Cameron's 'A Farmer's LIfe' project showing a herd of sheep
Scotland's farming life under the spotlight at Gray's Digital Degree Show

Farming life and its' importance in the modern world are the focus of one student project at the upcoming Gray’s School of Art, Digital Degree Show 2021, Onwards, that launches on 9 July.

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Aberdeen Business School
RGU addresses digital skills gap by offering over £50k in analytics training

Robert Gordon University (RGU) is supporting the upskilling needs of individuals and workforces across Scotland by offering over £50k of funded places in business analytics training.

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BA Photography student, Paul Nicol from Gray's School of Art with his portfolio
A journey of self-discovery on show at Gray’s School of Art Degree Show

A journey of self-discovery is at the heart of one final year Photography student’s project, that will accompany an inspiring mix of work from over 150 graduating artists and designers at this year’s Gray’s School of Art, Digital Degree Show, Onwards, which launches on 9 July.

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16June21 Nicol Shepherd
RGU receives donation from TelosNRG to widen access to study

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has received a donation from TelosNRG, a fast-growing project management services consultancy founded by alumnus Nicol Shepherd, which will allow students from underrepresented backgrounds to study at the university.

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RGU engineering students win prestigious IMechE award
RGU engineering students win prestigious IMechE award

Five RGU engineering students have won a group project award from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), which allowed them the opportunity to present their research at a prestigious online international conference.

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RGU collaborates with Loch Electronics to create world’s smallest dishwasher

RGU and Loch Electronics, an award-winning Edinburgh based company, have created the world's smallest dishwasher that can disinfect and sanitise both kitchen utensils and personal items such as phones, keys and wallets.

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Icebox Challenge RGU Architect winners (from left to right), Kyle Henderson, Lina Khair, Matt Clubb & Alina Vinogradova
RGU students win national architecture competition to feature at COP26

Architecture students from Robert Gordon University are celebrating winning a national competition for highly energy efficient buildings that will feature at the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference, COP26, in Glasgow later this year.

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