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Robert Gordon University (RGU) has been working alongside major oil and gas firms to deliver a training course for crews preparing for a Managed Pressure Drilling (MPD) well.

Image shows Elaine Gowans, Head of Fashion & Textiles at Gray's with Adam Byrne from the Aberdeen Trades Association

A senior lecturer from Gray's School of Art at Robert Gordon University (RGU) has become the first female member admitted to the Aberdeen Weaver Incorporation.

Image shows Kinga Elliott, Gray's alumni exhibiting at British Art Fair

Alumni from Gray’s School of Art, at Robert Gordon’s University (RGU), are celebrating success after being presented by the Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) at the British Art Fair, as part of a nationally recognised collection, showcasing the best of British modern art.

Hannah Darnell, Grampian Community Law Centre Manager, Practising Solicitor and RGU Lecturer

Robert Gordon University’s Law School has been praised in Scottish Parliament after a motion was tabled in recognition of its recently launched Grampian Community Law Centre.

Offshore wind farm

The National Energy Skills Accelerator (NESA) is pleased to announce they have been awarded £1,000,000 grant funding through the Scottish Government’s Just Transition Fund to conduct an exciting new Pilot Energy Transition Skills project.

Professor Steve Olivier

William Hardie, Policy Advisor to the Principal and the Executive, and Professor Steve Olivier, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, write in Wonkhe about widening access and participation in higher education.

Nippon Group 2022 Graduations

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has further strengthened its links with Japan with the successful delivery of two respected international development programmes focused on offshore energy.

Sally Charles, Innovation Manager for Robert Gordon University’s Entrepreneurship & Innovation Group

Writing for the Scotsman, Sally Charles, Innovation Manager for RGU's Entrepreneurship & Innovation Group, highlights the need to support creative entrepreneurs and says “lifestyle businesses” matter for all of us, especially in the current economic climate.

Donella Beaton, Vice Principal Economic Development

Writing for the Press and Journal, Vice Principal for Economic Development, Donella Beaton, highlights how RGU is investing in the North East's energy future and sharing it's expertise overseas and at home.

Image shows ‘Love at First Sight’ exhibition by Morag Myerscough at the Look Again Festival in 2019. Photography credit: Grant Anderson

A new programme of regular Guest @Gray’s talks launches this autumn, bringing contemporary national and international artists, designers, writers and curators to audiences online and in person across Scotland.

Paul de Leeuw

Professor Paul de Leeuw, from RGU's Energy Transition Institute, feels the United Arab Emirates could be a real leader when it comes to green energy as it prepares to host next year.

Dr Gbenga Oluyemi, Chair of SMN

Robert Gordon University is playing host to a competition which challenges students and recent graduates to come up with their own solutions to help the oil and gas sector tackle a major production issue.

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