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RGU academic commended for cutting 56% energy consumption in 250 year old house
RGU academic commended for cutting 56% energy consumption in 250 year old house

A project, led by RGU, to successfully insulate a 250 year-old farmhouse in rural Aberdeenshire has received a Commendation in the Scottish Energy Efficiency Awards.

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WorleyParsons to reap the benefits of Graduate Apprenticeship scheme
WorleyParsons to reap the benefits of Graduate Apprenticeship scheme

International professional services company, WorleyParsons, is the latest to sign up to the Graduate Apprenticeship scheme and will begin working with its first cohort of three apprentices in September.

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Practitioners and groups across the globe benefit from therapeutic photography
Practitioners and groups across the globe benefit from therapeutic photography

A social work expert at RGU is looking to spread the benefits of his experiences with therapeutic photography through the release of his new book.

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Urbanism at Borders conference opens up discussions on Celtic Crossing bridge
Urbanism at Borders conference opens up discussions on Celtic Crossing bridge

Professor Alan Dunlop presented a compelling economic and regeneration case for the building of a bridge linking Scotland and Ireland at the Urbanism at Borders Conference in Aberdeen.

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RGU shortlisted in international building innovation award
RGU shortlisted in international building innovation award

An innovative all timber housing design by a professor of architecture at RGU has been shortlisted for an international award.

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RGU working with NESTRANS to improve cycling in the North-east
RGU working with NESTRANS to improve cycling in the North-east

Researchers from RGU are working with NESTRANS, the Aberdeen City and Shire Transport Partnership, in a bid to improve the experience for cyclists in the North-east.

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RGU to host inaugural international urbanism conference
RGU to host inaugural international urbanism conference

RGU is to host the inaugural ‘Urbanism at Borders’ international conference, with researchers and professionals from all over the world descending on campus.

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Robert Gordon University receives accreditation from the CQI
Robert Gordon University receives accreditation from the CQI

Robert Gordon University is the first university to be accredited by the Chartered Quality Institute (CQI).

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TechFest celebrates 25 years with 2018 programme launch
TechFest celebrates 25 years with 2018 programme launch

The North-east’s annual festival of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), was launched today with a silver-themed birthday event to mark its 25th year, with curling silver medallist Jackie Lockhart leading the celebrations.

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RGU ready to welcome prospective students at its Postgraduate Open Evening
RGU ready to welcome prospective students at its Postgraduate Open Evening

RGU will open its doors next week to allow prospective students to learn more about the wide range of career-focused postgraduate courses available.

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Student nurses and midwives break down barriers around learning disabilities
Student nurses and midwives break down barriers around learning disabilities

A team of students from RGU’s School of Nursing and Midwifery made it their mission to educate their peers on empowering people with learning disabilities through a dynamic and interactive conference, held earlier this year.

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Q&A with Melanie Farquhar, Assistant Project Officer for Access and Articulation
Q&A with Melanie Farquhar, Assistant Project Officer for Access and Articulation

We ask Melanie about her role within RGU's Department for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching and Access (DELTA)

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