The principal of Robert Gordon University says he is “fully confident” an investigation into the appointment of his business associate to a key role will be “fair and impartial”.
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A ground-breaking study to ensure North Sea workers were able to escape from helicopter windows has been recognised with a prestigious award. Robert Gordon University (RGU), along with Step Change in Safety, carried out the research in 2015, measuring the shoulder-width of the 75,000-strong offshore workforce. To read more go to Energy Voice.
Watch the full video version of the Women in Energy event, held at the Robert Gordon University’s Sir Ian Wood building in Garthdee.
Young movie enthusiasts are preparing to showcase some hidden cinematic gems as they stage their own film festival in Aberdeen.
Lessons learned in the oil and gas industry – Return To Scene joins forces with Robert Gordon University
Lessons learned in the oil and gas industry will be shared with academics in a bid to develop new efficiency solutions for the construction and infrastructure sectors.
The principals of two universities in the north and north-east have teamed up with one of their peers from Edinburgh to find new ways to support economic development in Orkney.
Robert Gordon University has reclaimed the Aberdeen Boat Race title today at the 23rd annual running of the event.
Hundreds of young people have taken part in events around Scotland run by infrastructure giant Robertson Group to highlight career opportunities in the construction industry.
The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen marked International Women’s Day yesterday by presenting honorary degrees to influential women.
Movie buffs from across the north-east are relishing the excitement of Oscars night as the glitzy awards ceremony approaches.
One of the north-east’s top teaching facilities sustained water damage on Thursday after a pipe burst.
Painting students from Aberdeen have been given the chance to showcase their works in Scotland’s capital.
Former world championship rower Lauren Kedar picked up her first north- east running prize when winning the women’s title in the inaugural Fetteresso Forest marathon near Stonehaven.
The entry deadline for the 2018 cHeRries Awards has been pushed back a few days to next Wednesday, giving firms and human resources (HR) professionals a little extra time to pitch contenders for the highly-prized blossoming award.
A former Spanish junior rowing champion has swapped sunny climes for Aberdeen’s River Dee to compete in one of Scotland’s most hotly contested rowing events.
An Aberdeen art student will display her work at an exhibition this week.
Scores of former nurses have been persuaded to don scrubs again to help ease the north-east’s staffing crisis.
Aberdeen researchers are devising ways of making transport more environmentally friendly in rural areas, including the Highlands.
Students have been caught cheating at north-east universities nearly 900 times in the past five years.
A student turned entrepreneur is preparing to launch an official app for his alma mater, just weeks after graduating.
Aberdeen University has more struggling students seeking emergency cash support than any other higher education institution in Scotland.
A business co-founded by a Robert Gordon University lecturer has just bottled a rare fusion of Scotch and Indian whisky.
Researchers have been examining whether Scottish castles, a major attraction among tourists, are ready to deal with terrorist attacks.
Bestselling author Stuart MacBride has revealed he was “very chuffed” to be presented with an honorary degree.
A pensioner accused of driving a mobility scooter while drunk and falling into the River Dee will face no further court action.
Robert Gordon University graduates Graham Gordon and Elaine Anderson have good reason for feeling on top of the world.
An Inverness student, who swapped accounting for engineering after realising the former “was not for him” saw his decision pay dividends yesterday.
Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University (RGU) has today launched a state-of-the-art decommissioning simulator to service the growing sector. The simulator and the associated software is a world-first and will be used to support decommissioning activities in the UK and other parts of the world. Read the full story on our sister site, Energy Voice.
Staff at the north-east’s two universities have been reassured following an MP’s attempt to gain information on lecturers teaching students about Brexit.
Thousands lined the streets of Aberdeen city centre on Saturday to welcome the much-anticipated return of the annual Torcher Parade.
The UK is now a ‘smartphone society,’ with over 80% of the population having access to one.
The new boss of Inverness College has spoken of his “big ambitions” to turn the University of the Highlands and Islands into a world renowned institution.