NHS guidance on attending minor injury units
University first aiders have been advised on a new NHS booking process for attendance at minor injury units, which may be helpful for staff to know. If you need to arrange for an injured person to attend the Minor Injury Unit at the A&E Department at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for treatment...
New Staff Profiles system is live
The new University of Aberdeen staff profiles system was launched on the 6th of October 2021. The updated profiles feature a contemporary design that is accessible, adjusted to work on all screens, and in line with the University brand guidelines. An all new, intuitive Staff Pages editing interface makes it easier...
New Head of Music Appointed
The School of Language, Literature, Music and Visual Culture has appointed Pauline Black as its first female Head of Music, for a term of three years.
In Memoriam - Eberhard Jüngel
Eberhard Jüngel, who received from the University of Aberdeen in 1985 his first honorary doctorate when James B. Torrance was the Professor of Systematic Theology at the University, died on 28 September 2021 in Tübingen, Germany. Jüngel, one of the greatest German Protestant theologians of the twentieth century, was born in...
Access to University buildings - update
Following a discussion that took place at this week’s Campus Planning Group over access to University buildings, staff are advised that the current access arrangements are as follows: Those with swipe-controlled entry doors are now set to open within the normal teaching times of 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday. swipe accessible...
Aberdeen 2040 - progress on environmental sustainability
Message from Karl Leydecker, Senior Vice-Principal
It's never been easier to report phishing email
Phishing emails are by far the most common entry point for cybercriminals seeking to carry out major attacks such as Ransomware. That's why we've introduced the Report Phishing button to Outlook - a simple and quick way for you to report any phishing emails you receive to IT Services.
The Sound of Sirens
An Aberdeen academic has taken his experience of working throughout the pandemic and found a creative way to promote the message that people still need to be cautious about Covid.
Aberdeen academic gives evidence to the Northern Irish Parliament
Dr Thomas L Muinzer, Co-Director of the Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law, provided oral evidence to the Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee of the Northern Ireland Assembly last Thursday (September 23) of September.
Uni staff do their bit for Aberdeen beachfront
Last Thursday, two dozen staff from the University took part in an afternoon beach clean on Aberdeen's main beachfront. Organised in partnership with East Grampian Coastal Partnership (EGCP), the volunteers had a successful time, clearing around 50kg of assorted waste from the Beach Ballroom to the River Don. Glorious sunshine and...