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Aberdeen design students exhibit work at Dundee V&A
Aberdeen design students exhibit work at Dundee V&A

A project which saw students from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Gray’s School of Art and North East Scotland College (NESCol) collaborate to design a prototype inspired by the region’s heritage is on display at V&A Dundee.

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RGU student hopes to empower pregnant women
RGU student hopes to empower pregnant women

A Robert Gordon University (RGU) student, who has just been announced as an SIE Fresh Ideas Winner, is hoping to empower pregnant women with her new business by providing much needed support giving them freedom and mobility.

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Deeside railway line reimagined by RGU architecture students
Deeside railway line reimagined by RGU architecture students

Students from RGU's Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment have designed a series of inspiring structures which could help breathe new life into the old Deeside Railway Line.

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Energy Institute celebrates the best students in Aberdeen
Energy Institute celebrates the best students in Aberdeen

The Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands branch of the Energy Institute (EI) will host its annual 'MSc Student Best Paper' competition for postgraduate students in Aberdeen next Tuesday night.

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Opinion Piece - Hamish Walker - Promoting workplace equality through staff-led organisation
Opinion Piece - Promoting workplace equality through staff-led organisation

For the past four years I have led the LGBT+ staff network at Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen, Scotland. We organised the network in January 2014 with the aim of providing a safe space where self-identifying LGBT+ staff could meet, share information, voice their opinions on university policies, share experiences establish a visible presence on campus.

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RGU launch new Fit4Energy programme
RGU launch new Fit4Energy programme

Robert Gordon University (RGU) is launching a unique programme to support businesses within the energy sector to accelerate their growth.

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Rise Up Quines! festival promises an exciting and informative week
Rise Up Quines! festival promises an exciting and informative week

The North-east is set to celebrate women in leadership, women in politics and the centenary of (some) UK women winning the right to vote, with the launch of next week’s Rise Up Quines! festival.

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RGU researchers to evaluate new transport initiatives in Fife
RGU researchers to evaluate new transport initiatives in Fife

Researchers from Robert Gordon University (RGU) are evaluating two new transport initiatives in Fife, designed to assist people from Fife’s most disadvantaged communities in finding, and retaining, employment.

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Look Again calls out for artists and designers to be part of 2019 Art Weekender
Look Again calls out for artists and designers to be part of 2019 Art Weekender

The team behind the Look Again Art Weekender are calling for applications for the annual ‘Seed Fund’, which provides funding and support for artists and designers with a strong link the North-east.

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RGU launches new Innovation Masterclass Series
RGU launches new Innovation Masterclass Series

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has launched a new Innovation Masterclass series which will see leading entrepreneurs and innovators share their experience and insights.

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New course and Question Time event puts Advanced Practice in the spotlight
New course and Question Time event puts Advanced Practice in the spotlight

RGU has taken another step towards changing the face of the health service with the introduction of a full-time clinical practice route for its Advancing Practice nursing programme.

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RGU to host Ghost Tank & Dazzle Ships exhibition to mark centenary of end of WW1
RGU to host Ghost Tank & Dazzle Ships exhibition to mark centenary of end of WW1

To mark the centenary of the end of World War 1, Gray’s School of Art and RGU Art and Heritage Collections have generated an ambitious project to commemorate some of the innovative and creative thinking that times of conflict can throw up.

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