RCPE School Lectures 2019

Interested in a career in medicine?  There are 4 lectures this year at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and all lectures are free.

Please see links to registering for all 4 lectures.

Topical Medical Issues, 23rd September:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/schools-lecture-1-topical-medical-issues-tickets-63961981007

Becoming a Doctor Part 1, 1st October: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/schools-lecture-2-becoming-a-doctor-part-1-tickets-63962188628

Becoming a Doctor Part 2, 2nd October: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/schools-lecture-3-becoming-a-doctor-part-2-tickets-63962616909

Ethical Dilemmas in Medicine: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/schools-lecture-4-ethical-dilemmas-in-medicine-tickets-63962891731

Evaluating Learning and Teaching – Student Feedback from S4-S6

As part of our own going self-evaluation programme, we ask students to give feedback on what you think about your experience. This allows us to identify strengths and areas for improvement and to plan for next session.

Please could all S4-S6 complete the survey by clicking on the link below. S1-S3 will complete this survey in Learning, Thinking and Studying Skills class time over the next few weeks.

Your opinions are important to us so we would like to get feedback from as many of you as possible before exam leave.

Learner Survey 2019 – https://forms.gle/hcNCmoBknkJuDRjy9


World Book Day

Thanks to everyone who entered the Library’s World Book Day Competition. We had a great response and almost everyone managed to guess correctly! The librarian popped the correct entries into a Lucky Dip Box and the winner was Lucas Bowerbank. Congratulations Lucas – you can collect your prize from the Library!

Remember – World Book Day tokens are still available to collect from the Library. All you need to do is take it to a bookshop and swap it for one of the TWELVE World Book Day books or use it to get £1 off any full price book instead.”

Also, just letting you know the library will be closed from lunchtime today Monday 11 March and will reopen on Thursday 14 March.

Robert Gordon University School of Architecture Sessions

This is an afternoon of interactive sessions to provide pupils with an insight into courses and careers on offer Architecture and Built Environment. Led by experts in Architecture, Construction, Surveying and Architectural Technology, this event is suitable for any 5th and 6th year student who would like to find out more about their options in these industries.

Further information and details on how to register are available at https://www3.rgu.ac.uk/events/scott-s-sessions.