Mental Health Nurses' Day: The value of empathy
Cards on the table, I started out this piece of writing with a different focus in mind. As is often the case, life threw a curveball and a different perspective seemed more important. Being open to taking different perspectives is, in fact, one of the most fundamentally important things we can do as mental health nurses (but more on that later).
Meet Clara: RGU's Equality Champion for Gender Reassignment
RGU appoints Equality Champions for each of the nine protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010. Clara Maurillon, Internal Communications Officer, is the Equality Champion for Gender Reassignment. Learn more about her and her work supporting the trans community at RGU.
My advice to my younger self: A reflection
As I reflect on my journey through university, I find myself confronted with plenty of experiences that have shaped me both personally and professionally. University was not merely about obtaining a degree but unravelling the intricacies of life, friendships and self-discovery.
Behind the scenes with Northern Lights artists at Spectra 2024
Ten commissioned artists with a connection to the North East, have been commissioned by Look Again at Gray’s School of Art on behalf of SPECTRA 2024, to lead an augmented reality showcase, ‘Northern Lights’. With the festival fast approaching, RGView caught up with some of the artists to find out more about ‘Northern Lights'.
You can help us with Public Engagement at RGU!
We want to let you know about a new award that RGU is applying for...
It’s the Most Wonderful Time, of the Year…
January can be tough, but RGU alumnus Mark Dalgarno shares some positive perspectives on job hunting at the start of the year and some steps to get yourself to where you deserve to be...
It’s for yoU – find everything you need on the relaunched RGyoU!
Welcome back to work following the festive break. We have some exciting news to kick-start the new year… RGU Communications and IT are relaunching the current staff intranet homepage RGyoU.
How we celebrated Cultural Diversity at RGU this Black History Month 2023
To celebrate Black History Month 2023, we organised a series of exciting activities for both staff and students to take part in. The highlight of the month was our “Celebrating Cultural Diversity” event where we had the privilege to host two inspiring guest speakers to start meaningful discussions within our community.
Bridging law and finance: An in-depth dive into trust law and sovereign debt
I recently had the honour of presenting a seminal paper at the INSOL Early Researcher Academics (ERA) Workshop in Tokyo, a distinguished gathering of minds invested in dissecting the complexities of insolvency law.
Black History Month 2023: Celebrating our diverse community with Race Champion Leila Neshat Mokadem
Join us in celebrating the rich tapestry of our diverse community for Black History Month (BHM) 2023 this October! Let's Connect, Create and Celebrate together to honour the contributions and achievements of Black people throughout history. Hear from Staff Equality Champion for Race Leila Neshat Mokadem to learn more about this year's theme, exciting line-up of events and how to get involved.