Staff News

News for Staff of Robert Gordon University

  1. 06, February, 2018 OPINION: Centennial Celebration of Aberdeen Suffragettes

    Amongst all the celebrations of famous suffragettes, such as Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughters, it is important to remember that suffrage campaigners could be found all over the country.  

  2. 23, January, 2018 Empty buses and angry crofters topic of discussion at RGU lecture

    David Gray

    David Gray, Professor of Transport Policy at RGU, will explore the issue of transport and journey-making in Scotland’s remote, rural and island communities when he delivers the second professorial lecture in the university’s 2017/2018 series.  

  3. 23, January, 2018 OPINION: Fostering STEM interests and careers for all

    Dr Marie Goua

    Dr Marie Goua, from the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, writes about the importance of engaging young school pupils with science and the impact it will have for the future.  

  4. 17, January, 2018 Changing tomorrow - how RGU is preparing practitioners to challenge traditional service delivery through partnership working

    Liz Hancock

    Liz Hancock Q&A  

  5. 15, January, 2018 RGU awarded £4.2million to expand its pioneering work-based learning degree programme

    Ferdinand von Prondzynski

    Robert Gordon University (RGU), a pioneer of work-based learning degrees, has been awarded £4.2 million by Skills Development Scotland to significantly expand the range of courses on offer and the number of places available.  


  1. 31, January, 2018 CityLab - Where the City Becomes the Classroom

    The CityLab project ‘Where the City is the Classroom” is an interdisciplinary opportunity for students from any disciplines in RGU to collaborate with students from the University of Aberdeen, to develop a ideas, which will have a positive social impact.  

  2. 03, April, 2018 Resilience and Development Network

    Resilience and Development Network - 400x325

    The resilience and development staff network will meet on Tuesday 3rd April to hear from Lynne Loveday, Academic Skills Coordinator, on poor time management and organisation.