May Festival programme launch
Mini-Vikings, a fiddler, a chef and a science demonstration offered a flavour of what is to come as the May Festival programme was launched.
Principal's Update: Late March 2013
The latest Update for staff from the Principal, Professor Sir Ian Diamond.
Archaeological discoveries from the frozen north
A new exhibition opening at King's Museum in the week of 11th March will reveal extraordinary archaeological discoveries from a frozen Alaskan village on the shores of the Bering Sea.
Pulsetta rolls into top spot for Rowett award
A pioneering range of tasty, nutritious and gluten-free foods scooped the award for healthy eating at this year's annual Grampian Food Forum Innovation Awards.
Noisy works in Edward Wright Building
Notice of sporadic noisy works in Edward Wright Block A and B.
New prize for plays written in Doric
The North East drama group Fleeman Productions and the Department of English of the University of Aberdeen are delighted to announce the establishment of an important new prize for plays in Doric.
Participate in Europe's largest student led parade
Staff are invited to volunteer at the annual Torcher Parade in April. A mixture of staff, students and alumni will steward the event.
Award for Helen's 'outstanding' thesis
MSc student Helen Gestwicki has won the Alpro Foundation Award for Masters - given in recognition of an outstanding thesis regarding food and nutrition and its impact on human health and the environment.
Career Service scoops top award
University of Aberdeen Careers Service, has won a top accolade at the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) Awards 2013, marking them as some of the UK's best internship providers.
Launch of the University's Centre for Academic Development (CAD)
The new Centre brings together the Centre for Learning & Teaching and the Researcher Development Unit.
Academics join prestigious ranks of RSE
Two Aberdeen academics are among 47 new UK and International Fellows just added to the 1500-strong Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Latest Public Affairs Monitoring Report
Prepared by the Public Affairs Team (Communications) in support of University relations with local authorities, the Scottish and UK Governments and Parliaments, and other public agencies.
Leaving message from Craig McInnes
Craig McInnes bids farewell to colleagues and the University after 13 years.
Professor's 'Scottish Fossils' book published
Scotland's most important, interesting and even controversial fossils are explored in a new book by a University of Aberdeen emeritus Professor.
Event for parents and teachers on 'education for citizenship'
Staff who have children at school may be interested in a public event being held held next Friday 22 March in Macrobert Building, looking at the future direction of education for citizenship in Scotland.
Key award for neuroscientist
University neuroscientist Dr Peter Teismann has received the Investigator's Award of the German Parkinson Society
Dr Stuart Archer on BBC 'Great British Winter' documentary
ExploHub Director, Dr Stuart Archer recently featured on the BBC 2 documentary The Great British Winter presented by Ellie Harrison.
Lifelong contribution award for University Professor
J. Michael T. Thompson, FRS, has received the Lyapunov Award, 2013.
Pilot Project Grants Scheme For Haematolgy and Oncology Based Research
Applications are invited from employees of the University of Aberdeen, NHS Grampian and Robert Gordon University for funding of pilot projects in the fields of Haematology and Oncology.
Principal's Update March 2013
The latest update from the Principal, Professor Sir Ian Diamond.
Campbell Joins Touch Euro-Champs Scotland Down Under
A University of Aberdeen sports coach is heading down under to represent Scotland at one of the world's biggest touch football events.
Tanzania's Energy Minister meets our interdisciplinary team
Professor Sospeter Muhongo, Minister of Energy and Minerals in the United Republic of Tanzania, visited the University on 28 February.
Volunteers sought for brain imaging study
Staff working at Foresterhill are invited to take part in a research study looking at brain imaging of stroke patients.
Centre for Global Security and Governance co-hosts a major event in Brussels
Workshop on genocide and remembrance to be held on Thursday (7 March) at the European Parliament.
University featured on CBeebies today (Wed 6 March)
Nina and the Neurons examines Sticky Fabric at 4:30pm.
StaffNet is here!
After a lengthy gestation and months of hard labour by colleagues across the University we are pleased to announce the arrival of StaffNet.
Launch of Converge Challenge 2013
Do you have a business idea that you are trying to develop? Converge Challenge may be the launch pad you need.
Long serving members of staff recognised
The University of Aberdeen recently recognised the service and dedication of 16 members of staff who celebrated receiving long service awards.
Prestigious medal for Research Fellow
A Senior Research Fellow from the University of Aberdeen has been recognised for her outstanding career to date by the Zoological Society of London.
Top award for vision scientist
A University of Aberdeen neuroscientist who is investigating how the brain makes sense of what our eyes see has been recognised for his work.
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