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A Rare Nicht Oot: 100 Years of Aberdeen's Student Show-
An online exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Aberdeen Student Show, the longest running student stage show of its kind.
Festival of Chinese Translation-
Hosted by The Confucius Institute at the University of Aberdeen.
ABDN grad Challenge-
A virtual team work-based challenge experience programme for summer 2021 graduates (from both Aberdeen and Qatar campuses) running online from Monday 14th June to Friday 18th June 2021. There is a £3000 prize fund available to be distributed across the winning teams and top team members. The challenge programme is being...
Mental health: your rights and adjustments-
Our disability partner, EmployAbility, will be delivering a webinar 'Mental health: your rights and adjustments' on 22nd June from 2pm to 3pm.
This 90 minute workshop offered by the University Counselling Service can provide a safe, confidential space to explore anxiety.
Women in German Studies Open Conference 'Crossing Thresholds'-
The German Department will host the Women in German Studies (WIGS) Open Conference (via Teams) on 24-26 June. WIGS Open Conferences are open to people of all genders, members and non-members of WIGS. The theme for our Open Conference is ‘Crossing Thresholds’. There will also be a special panel strand on...
Adam & Eve: (Re-)Constructing Ideas of Gender-
Professor Bill Naphy will consider how 'normative' concepts of masculine, feminine and other ideas of gendered identity have developed in the course of the last century.
Book Launch - National Climate Change Acts: the Emergence, Form and Nature of National Framework Climate Legislation-
The Centre for Energy Transition, University of Aberdeen, in association with the Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law is delighted to host this special online event to launch this important work on climate change legislation. 25 June 2021, 11:00 - 12:00 Click here to find our more
Centre for the Novel Reading Group-
Join us for the next Centre for the Novel reading group session.
This 90 minute workshop offered by the University Counselling Service can help you understand some of the reasons why we procrastinate and help you overcome or manage it.
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