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RGU Visiting Professor heads up first UK subsidiary of COES

A visiting professor at RGU's Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment has taken the helm at COES Caledonia (UK) Limited.

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New RGU researcher to make her mark in Applied Social Studies

Fresh from submitting her PhD at the University of Leeds, RGU's newest researcher is set to have an impact on projects ranging from the impact of social work education, examining health inequalities and analysing denigration on social media.

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New plans lodged for dolphin-watching facility in Aberdeen
New plans lodged for dolphin-watching facility in Aberdeen

Greyhope Bay Ltd has unveiled fresh plans for a new dolphin-watching facility at the Torry Battery in Aberdeen

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Talking technology to encourage older adult exercise
Talking technology to encourage older adult exercise

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from RGU has recently secured funding for a project to investigate if an app that uses voice conversations can encourage physical activity in older adults.

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Innovation drive as RGU announces startup teams in entrepreneurship accelerator
Innovation drive as RGU announces startup teams in entrepreneurship accelerator

Twenty-eight startups have been selected to join RGU's new Startup Accelerator, the first funded programme of its kind in North East Scotland designed to help entrepreneurs execute business models, deliver valuable products or services and create local jobs.

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Opinion piece - Taking charge of your development
Opinion piece - Taking charge of your development

Writing for the Press and Journal, RGU's Susan MacLennan, discusses the importance of employees being proactive about their own development.

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Fife College and RGU widen opportunities to higher education
Fife College and RGU widen opportunities to higher education

Fife College and Robert Gordon University have increased pathways to higher education for local learners through a new partnership.

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Super-Harriet sets out to bring smiles to young faces
Super-Harriet sets out to bring smiles to young faces

A nursing student from Inverness has made it her mission to help young people in need and comfort them throughout their care journey, following her graduation from RGU.

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Barry experiences joy and adversity to follow his calling
Barry experiences joy and adversity to follow his calling

A compassionate and hard-working male nurse from Lerwick has brought his 21 year educational journey to a cathartic end this week, following his graduation from RGU.

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Proud moment for placement mum Danielle
Proud moment for placement mum Danielle

A caring Peterhead student is celebrating a whirlwind few years, which has seen her not only successfully complete a degree and start work as a nurse, but also become a new mum.

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Advanced achievement for dedicated nurse Amy
Advanced achievement for dedicated nurse Amy

An Aberdeen-based nurse has spoken of her immense pride after returning to RGU and graduating with the second of three potential qualifications.

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Maria Duncan
Mum-of-three Maria fulfils dream to go to university

Shetland mum-of-three Maria Duncan had always wanted to go to university and now after years of night classes and studying on the plane commuting from Shetland to Aberdeen, she has fulfilled her degree dream.

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