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TGSS Impact: Focus on Hanifa Nassaka, Uganda

Hanifa Lubega Nassaka’s impact story is set in Uganda, where opportunities for young people to study abroad are scarce. So when she got a golden chance in 2012, she grabbed it with all seriousness. 426 more words

Aberdeen University participating in European Commission funded Full4Health project

The University of Aberdeen’s Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health is one of 15 partners conducting research for the European Commission funded Full4Health project. This is a project with the aim of: 192 more words


Kerry Logan: An Interview with Pádraig Ó Tuama

  1. What were you doing when you were my age? (22)
    I was leading a year-long internship program for people who wanted to take a year out between school and college, or between college and starting work, as a gap year.
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Summer Graduation

A look back at the University of Aberdeen’s Graduation celebrations.


Sunday Reader: A Chocolate Bar A Day Keeps The Stroke Away

It’s the ultimate comfort food which is known to produce the same chemical in the brain as falling in love. Now scientists at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland have shown that chocolate need no longer be a guilty pleasure after finding that eating up to two bars a day appears to protect against heart disease and stroke. 646 more words

The Art of Performance #MayFestPerform

On May 30, 2015, Performing the Past had its inaugural performance at the University of Aberdeen May Festival, in the Linklater Rooms, King’s College, University of Aberdeen, organised by core members Amy Bryzgel (Lecturer in History of Art, University of Aberdeen), Adrienne Janus (Lecturer in English, UoA), and Suk-Jun Kim (Lecturer in Music, UoA). 936 more words


Workplace Coaching Scheme

Welcome to the workplace coaching scheme provided by the Universities of Aberdeen and St Andrews Coaching Partnership. The Universities of Aberdeen and St Andrews launched a joint Coaching Academy in 2014 and we are now able to offer coaching programmes for staff at both institutions, helping people think through their options in relation to a range of situations they may be facing in the workplace.

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