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Cruickshank Gardens Autumn Walk-
We hope you'll join us for another virtual Cruickshank Gardens Walk, this time taking a look at the gardens in full autumnal splendor! Curator Mark Paterson will lead the session once again on Tuesday 2 November from 12.30pm-1.30pm (GMT) during which he will share his pre-recorded footage of the gardens and tell us a little bit about what can...
Shanghai Alumni Event-
We're delighted to be holding our first alumni event in Shanghai! Join us at Brewdog on Saturday 6 November from 7.30pm. Brewdog is located at Unit 107/108, Level 1, China Merchants Plaza, No. 333, North Chengdu Road, 上海市, 上海市, 200001. This is a perfect opportunity to meet new connections, catch up with old friends and reminisce about...
'Women's' and 'Men's' Sports Categories: Are They Ethically Justified?-
In many sports, the same athletic competition is run for two mutually exclusive categories, labelled 'women’s' and 'men’s'. But is this a justified way of arranging competitions? In this talk Dr Federico Luzzi will examine some of the moral issues arising from sex segregation in athletic competitions. He’ll discuss the prominent controversy regarding...
Geosciences Alumni Event-
In partnership with our School of Geosciences, we would like to invite you to attend an exclusive online event on Monday 15th November from 4pm-5pm (GMT). Dr David Muirhead, Head of School of Geosciences, will join us to explain more about the School’s new programme offerings and research highlights given recent years...
Engineering Alumni Event-
In partnership with our School of Engineering, we would like to invite you to attend an exclusive online event on Tuesday 16th November from 4pm-5pm (GMT). Professor Ekaterina Pavlovskaia is the first female Head of School of Engineering in the University of Aberdeen and assumed the role on 1 October. Professor...
Discoveries at the Zoology Museum : Brilliant Birds and Marvellous Molluscs-
As the University of Aberdeen Zoology Museum celebrates its 50th anniversary, we would like to invite you to take a virtual trip down memory lane on Tuesday 16 November from 6pm-7.30pm (GMT) with presenters Melia Knecht and Hannah Clarke. Alongside them we’ll hear from museum staff past and present about...
India Alumni Social Event-
We are delighted to host a social evening for Indian alumni which will be held virtually on Thursday 18 November starting at 7.30pm (IST)/2.00pm (GMT). This is our first event exclusively for Indian alumni for quite some time and it would be great if you could join us. The evening will...
Marischal College in its Global & International Context, c. 1600-1860-
Professor William Naphy will discuss the global and institutional history of Marischal College from its founding to the union of 1860. One key feature that distinguished Marischal from King’s College was that its matriculants and graduates were not only more numerous but much more likely to go abroad to ‘seek...
School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition Alumni Event-
In partnership with the School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, we would like to invite you to attend an exclusive online event on Tuesday 30 November from 4pm-5.30pm (GMT). Professor Siladitya Bhattacharya, Head of School, will discuss changes and aspirations in Medical Education, including advances in digital innovation. Professor Bhattacharya will...
Dickens and Christmas: The Enduring Appeal of 'A Christmas Carol'-
As the festive season approaches, join Dr Dan Wall, Department of English, as he discusses how Charles Dickens became such an important part of our understanding of Christmas by looking more deeply at the enduring appeal of A Christmas Carol (1843). Dr Wall will consider its themes, its messages, and its...
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