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...
Tributes paid to one of the University's first female professors
Tributes have been paid to Phyllida Parsloe who died on September 1 aged 90.
MS Office suite - learn something new this autumn!
We've just published our autumn/winter schedule of MS Office 'Focus on...' online training sessions. These popular, one hour sessions are delivered via MS Teams and focus on specific aspects of MS Office applications, breaking down learning into bite-size chunks.
Cyber Security - a Welcome Week reminder
As we welcome thousands of new students to the University community, we thought we'd take the opportunity to highlight the importance of cyber security and provide tips on how you can help protect yourself and the University from cybercrime.
2021/22 Parking Update
2021/22 Parking Update Following the suspension of parking charges during the pandemic we will be reintroducing parking charges from Monday 4th October 2021. Parking charges are £1 for daily payments and £18.33 for monthly payments from salary. You can continue to use existing daily vouchers until 31st December 2021. If you made a payment...
IT Equipment, Home Working, and Returning to Campus
As more of us return to on-campus working, or consider a more flexible, hybrid way of working as outlined in the University's Homeworking Policy, here are a few pointers from Digital and Information Services (DIS) to ensure a smooth transition.
New features in Outlook help protect your University email account from security threats
We have enabled additional email protection features on your Outlook email account. The following security measures will help protect the University against unknown malware and viruses.
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