University joins network to support Gaelic community officers
The University of Aberdeen is a partner in a new professional support network for Gaelic community officers who are working to increase the use of the language.
University to return Benin bronze
The University of Aberdeen is to return a Benin bronze - a sculpture looted by British soldiers in Nigeria in one of the most notorious examples of the pillaging of cultural treasures associated with 19th century European colonial expansion.
Researchers suggest new ways to improve wellbeing of NHS doctors
An interactive app, rest and relaxation spaces, and informal, in-person psychological support are among new ways that have been suggested to ease the stress associated with the Covid-19 pandemic on doctors and trainee medics.
Aberdeen graduate nominated for social impact award
A former University of Aberdeen student was shortlisted for a prestigious award which celebrates the outstanding achievements of alumni from UK universities.
More free courses in response to Covid-19 employment impact
The University of Aberdeen is offering people the opportunity to study one of a range of online short courses for free, as it continues to play its part in helping those whose employment has been affected by Covid-19.