A lack of new work suitable for older students in Doric was identified, sparking the idea for an anthology of new writing. We created a poems pamphlet to accompany the anthology comprising questions and activities that secondary schools and teachers can use in their Scots language work.
Usually topical, frequently fun and almost always thought-provoking, join us as we take a conversational dive into the news stories making headlines around the world.
Over the course of this series by the University of Aberdeen School of Geosciences, we will hear staff and students discuss how their teaching and research is helping us understand and address contemporary global challenges, including sustainability and climate change.
This podcast series shares community empowerment experiences from peer supporters working with Turning Point Scotland in Aberdeenshire helping communities dealing with alcohol and drug problems.
A podcast collaboration between the University of Aberdeen and the Aberdeen Maternity and Neonatal Databank aiming to act as an educational resource.
This work reflects on COP 26 and explore the role of participatory action research in addressing water challenges in rural communities.
The BeWell Podcast series will focus on a variety of topical wellbeing issues based on identified student pressure points and national health and wellbeing campaigns.
Take a break and listen to talks about the latest research projects coming from the University of Aberdeen. This podcast series was part of European Researchers' Night 2020.
In celebration of the 525th year since its founding in 1495, we explore the fascinating history of the University of Aberdeen.
Following International Women’s day 2021, three of the first women professors at the Institute share their career journey to becoming experts in their fields and how you can pursue a career in science.
A series of short meditative worship services recorded in Kings College Chapel at the University of Aberdeen.
Café Connect brings you the latest research from the University of Aberdeen. In this podcast series we meet different researchers who will talk about their work and its relevance to our everyday lives.
Breaking the Ice Ceiling is a podcast of conversations with women changing the world, hosted by Geologist Dr Clare Bond.
The series features lectures from the Elphinstone Institute Archives delivered by scholars working in the fields of Ethnology, Folklore, and Ethnomusicology.
Thinking about applying to university? Join our hosts as they interview students and staff alike, asking the questions you want to hear answers to, and find out more about the University of Aberdeen.
Join Dr. Thereza Raquel Sales de Aguiar as she interviews fellow academics, environmentalists and careers specialists on the future sustainability of accounting and what this means for the next generation of accountants and business leaders.
'S e sreath de chòmhraidhean air caochladh chuspairean eadar fileantaich sa Ghàidhlig a th’ anns a’ phod-chraoladh seo, a bheir taic agus misneachd do luchd-ionnsachaidh adhartac