“We hope children will enjoy our micro animations, have a go at writing and maybe even take part in our Flash Fiction competition.”
“Social sciences have a central role to play in meeting the most important challenges of our time.”
The grave of Malvina Wells born in Grenada in 1805 can be found in Edinburgh with the Scottish family she worked for.
A new book, ‘Conquered By No One’ exploring the untold stories of the Scots behind the document is available from Amazon.
The complex plumbing system beneath volcanoes has been revealed in the clearest detail ever, marking a ‘major step forward’ in our understanding of how they are formed and behave.
As part of Black History Month Aberdeen University has put together a diverse programme of events, blogs, podcasts and talks will provide opportunities for the community to dig deeper, look closer, think bigger.
Alison McCall of the Aberdeen Women’s Alliance, took us a half hour stroll not only round parts of the city but through the lives of some of the women who had lived there.
From comics and zines to screenplay and comedy, poetry to narrative gaming, stencil art to novels, and song writing to spoken word, there is something for everyone – and it is all free of charge at Aberdeen University’s WayWORD Festival from 23rd to 27th of September.
“We’d love solo singers, choirs and ensembles to bring their own unique magic to #ising4peace and raise as much as we can for the four charities.”
Tomás Pizarro-Escuti, a 4th year degree student in History and International Relations at the University of Aberdeen, has spoken at the United Nations 75 Global Peace Inter-Generational Dialogue for Scotland and has now been invited to contribute to a high-level meeting of the UN General Assembly.