Hugh Dan MacLennan Retirement
A great opportunity to celebrate shinty's success. Hugh studied Economic History at the University. Press and Journal
Celebrating 550 years of Copernicus
Professor Karin Friedrich from the Department of History joined celebrations in Poland to mark 550 years since the birth of Nicholaus Copernicus.
Athena Swan Bronze award for DHPA
The School of Divinity, History, Philosophy and Art History (DHPA) has received a renewal of its Athena Swan Bronze award for its work progressing gender equality.
Did 12th-Century Scottish clergyman invent architectural drawing?
The 12th century gave rise to the Gothic style, from Notre-Dame Cathedral to Dunfermline Abbey, the Tower of London and York Minster some of our most iconic buildings have links with the period.
The Guardian - University Rankings 2024
We are delighted that Philosophy at Aberdeen has been ranked 7th in the UK in the recently published ‘The Guardian University Guide 2024’. The Guardian’s rankings focus on teaching and student-facing metrics. Further information
Comedian uses his own family connections to explore Aberdeen's links to the slave trade
Standup comedian and YouTuber, Bruce Fummey, will be appearing at the University of Aberdeen on 2 October. But this won't be one of Bruce's regular comedy nights - this time it's personal.
Internationally renowned theologian joins University of Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen has further strengthened its world-leading Divinity department with the appointment of an internationally recognised scholar of modern Christian theology.
Paddington joins Divinity
One of our PhD students in Divinity has commissioned for us a bespoke Paddington Bear which comes complete with a University embroidered duffle coat. He seems friendly enough and will be fully immersed in University life and is settling into his new home in the Howard Marshall room within Kings...
Philosophy at Aberdeen ranked 1st in the UK
Philosophy at Aberdeen has been ranked 1st in the UK in the 2023 National Student Survey. Our score for overall student satisfaction was 96.7%. Additionally, our scores were the highest in Scotland across several measures, including Teaching (98.5%), Learning Opportunities (92.5%), Assessment and Feedback (90.8%) and Academic Support (100%). Philosophy also...
The sky's no limit for Anastatia as she prepares for Virgin Galactic space launch
Since her very first astronomy class in primary school, Anastatia Mayers has dreamed of going into space.
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