EU Settlement Scheme Pilot (Next Phase)
Employees of the University of Aberdeen who are EU citizens have the opportunity to submit their application for settled status or pre-settled status as part of the pilot for the proposed Settlement Scheme.
REF Impact Case Study Clinics
A series of REF Impact Case Study Clinics will take place in October and November for case study authors.
Global Symposium on Health Systems Research
Three University graduates and their supervisor, Dr Lucia D’Ambruoso, presented at the Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Liverpool last week. Health systems research is a new field that directly contributes to policy and decision-making through collaboration between researchers and health systems stakeholders. The Symposium brought together researchers, policy-makers and other stakeholders...
Want to know how to avoid being scammed?
As part of European Cyber Security Month, we thought we’d share what we know about scammers and pass on some simple advice about how you can avoid being scammed.
Adobe Acrobat Reader upgrade
We will be upgrading Adobe Reader to the latest version - Adobe Acrobat Reader DC - on all University Windows desktops and laptops from Saturday 27 October onward.
University in the news - October 18
A round-up of some of the University stories in the media today
Foodstory opens on campus
Foodstory Zero has opened its doors in Old Aberdeen! The popular Aberdeen-based vegan and vegetarian cafe can be found under the arches of the Taylor building. Foodstory Zero follows the same ethos, and a similar menu, to the main cafe in the city centre but with the added focus on zero...
Ally - teaching materials and copyright
To guard against students infringing UK copyright legislation when using Ally, make sure you only offer teaching materials created internally in alternative formats.
Secure your digital life today!
As part of European Cyber Security Month, we thought we’d pass on some tips and advice to help you protect yourself online.
Success for female technicians
Congratulations to Lauren Riddell and Bernice McDonald who have both successfully completed their training as technicians in the School of Engineering.