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The Professor Debra Gimlin Prize 2020-21 - Open for Applications
The prize is open to all students enrolled in the School of Social Science at the University of Aberdeen. It will be awarded to support students whose research interests lie in feminist social science, preferably within the discipline of sociology. Appropriate applications may include field trip or conference costs, travel costs,...
The Henderson Economics Prize 2020-21
For students undertaking postgraduate work in Economics
Aurora COVID Student Conference
The University of East Anglia (UEA) are delighted to be hosting the second Aurora COVID Student Conference on 7th May from 14:00-17:00 (BST). This is a free virtual conference for students from across all Aurora Universities to hear from, and engage with, experts working at Aurora partner institutions who have been...
Student Show Centenary Kick-Off!
We can't quite believe it, but the legendary Student Show marks its 100th year in 2021! It's been an incredible journey and we're excited to kick-off celebrating this momentous occasion with a virtual event, marking the opening of an online exhibition all about the show. The event will feature a...
Applications for the 2021/22 Development Trust Sports Bursary are now open!
Each year we are delighted to be able to provide funding for a number of Sports Bursary awards to support student athletes combining their academic studies with their sporting career. For further information and to apply please click here. The deadline for applications is 10th September 2021.
Europe Day 2021 Treasure Hunt
As part of our 2021 Europe Day celebrations our Alumni Relations team are inviting alumni, students and staff to take part in their European themed treasure hunt. To be in with a chance of winning a £50 Amazon voucher, submit three photos by Wednesday the 5th of May to firstname.lastname@example.org....
Celebrating the Life & Achievements of Sir James McGrigor
On Friday 9th April, 2021 it was the 250th anniversary of the birth of one of Aberdeen's great men of medicine. Sir James McGrigor; physician, military surgeon and botanist, is considered to be largely responsible for the creation of the Royal Army Medical Corps and he served as Rector of...
Lunch & Learn: Community Accountability for Racial Justice
"If universities and colleges are to serve the interests of the whole populace rather than simply reinforcing existing privilege and inequality, education institutions must be fully accountable to their communities, and abandon their complicity in the structural racism that perpetuates systemic injustice within our society." All staff, students and those in...
Golden Bugs? University of Aberdeen researcher recognised by the Royal Entomological Society
Dr Juliano Morimoto, has been recognised with the prestigious Royal Entomological Society Award for Early Career Entomologists.
Information Regarding Police Registration for International Students
Nationals from certain countries are required to register with the Police once they have arrived in the UK to study.
Santander Mobility Awards 2021
The application round for Santander Mobility Awards 2021 has now been extended to Monday, 10th May 2021.
Aberdeen Academic Speaks out for Multi-disciplinary Training in Cancer Care
Dr Sara Jane MacLennan, Psycho-oncologist and Deputy Director of the Institute of Applied Health Sciences has been quoted in a European policy paper on strengthening the workforce who deliver cancer care published by the European Cancer Organisation.
SAAS applications for 21/22 now open
SAAS applications for funding are now open for 2021/2022.
Students team up with hydrogen-powered 'car of the future'
Students from the University of Aberdeen and Strathclyde University have teamed up to design a hydrogen-electric powered 'car of the future' as part of this year's Shell Eco-marathon competition.
Confucius Institute Mandarin Classes
A new 10-week block of online Mandarin classes run by the Confucius Institute will start the week beginning 19 April. Classes are offered at a range of levels from Beginners to Advanced and are open to all. Please see our website for further details.
Aberdeen Climate Action's Climate Cafe is part of Dolphinfest
Professor Beth Scott from the School of Biological Sciences is one of the speakers at the up-coming Climate Café being run for RSPB’s Dolphinfest. Its online 19:00-21:00 on Tuesday 6th April and tickets are through Eventbrite. Find out more.
Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas: doping in sport
A recent online event (March 22-28), Imagine! Belfast, included the Dangerous of Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas (CoDI). As part of his public engagement portfolio of activities, Dr Derek Ball (SMMSN), participated in the festival discussing the theme of doping in sport. His talk is available on YouTube and has been...
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