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School of Engineering Alumni Event-
In partnership with the School of Engineering, we would like to invite our engineering alumni and guests to attend an online event on Tuesday 24 November from 3pm-4.15pm (GMT) during which Professor Igor A. Guz, Head of School, will provide an overview of current priorities and projects for the School. This...
Museum Collections on Tour-
Objects and paintings from the university's collections have long featured in exhibitions both at home and abroad.
In Conversation with Sue Black-
We are delighted to welcome back University of Aberdeen graduate Professor Sue Black for a virtual event discussing her fascinating career and latest best-selling book, 'Written in Bone: Hidden Stories in What We Leave Behind'.
Writing Fiction with Alan Warner-
Join our creative writing workshop with Scottish novelist and Senior Lecturer Alan Warner on Tuesday 10 November from 1pm-2.30pm (GMT). Explore and share your creative writing by submitting small excerpts of your work to Alan, which can then be explored together during a very informal live, online session. We will look...
Women, Witches and Aberdeen: How Profiling Worked in the Past-
*Please also note that this event takes place on Wednesday 04 November, not on a Thursday as was incorrectly advertised previously* Join Professor Bill Naphy as he explores the history of Witchcraft in Aberdeen and looks at how women were profiled and subsequently identified as witches. In the first 6 months of 1597, Aberdeen...
Princes as Philanthropists: Edwardian Era Monarchy and the Politics of Giving-
Join Dr Heidi Mehrkens on Thursday 22 October from 5pm-6.15pm (BST) as she explores what motivated royal princes of the Edwardian era to become leading philanthropists of their time, using the example of the King Edward's Hospital Fund for London (today known as the King's Fund). At the turn of the century, voices in British...
Discovering the Picts at the University of Aberdeen-
Professor Gordon Noble will highlight some of the major successes of the University of Aberdeen Northern Picts project on Thursday 8 October from 4pm-5.15pm (BST). The Picts were first mentioned in late Roman sources and eventually comprised the most powerful series of kingdoms in northern Britain until the 10th century. The Picts...
History Alumni Chapter Launch-
We are proud to announce the official launch of The University of Aberdeen Alumni History Chapter and on behalf of the Chapter we would like to invite you to a night of wine (non-alcoholic beverages welcome also), cheese, and catching up with old and new friends alike. Join a virtual (bring...
Alumni in Warsaw Games Night-
The Scottish Alumni Group in Warsaw would like to invite you to attend their upcoming games night at Paradox Cafe, Mordechaja Anielewicza 2, 00-157 Warszawa on Thursday 1 October from 6.30pm. Come along to make some new friends whilst playing your favourite boardgames. More information about the group and the event itself can be found on...
Soil Carbon Sequestration to Mitigate Climate Change-
Rising CO2 in the air is causing global warming and climate change. Microbes in the soil act as gatekeepers of soil-air carbon exchange. This exchange is affected as microbes adapt to environmental change. On Thursday 24 September from 4pm-5pm (BST) we will be joined by Dr. Ashish A. Malik. As part of two virtual events timed...