We are always delighted to welcome former pupils back to Robert Gordon's College. Our annual reunion day allows Gordonians to get together and celebrate a milestone in time. Our aim is to make the reunion experience as enjoyable as possible to reignite friendships after many years. Former pupils can liaise with the Development Team to arrange their school reunion either as part of the annual reunion day in the autumn term or a bespoke event for their year group at another time in the calendar.
Reunion Day 2019
Impact Webinar Series
Impact Webinar Series
The RGC Impact Series celebrates the achievements of members of the Gordon's Community who make a positive impact in the world. From green technology to supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals the series promises to offer something for everyone.
Sustainable and healthy diets with Professor Alex Johnstone
The Future of Tech - Vertical Farming Solutions
Impact Investing in Africa: Funding with a Social Conscience
Fire up the Future
Fire up the Future
Former pupils from across the UK, US and Asia-Pacific joined together for the Fire up the Future webinar series. They shared their career journeys and how the pandemic impacted their health and wellbeing, career pathways and how they are coming out of the curve.
An Audience with Iain Anderson: I've never done a global pandemic - have you?
The first of our webinar series was hosted by Iain Anderson, Class of '86 and featured perspectives from Gordonians in dealing with the global pandemic. It seeks to ask the question - how have Gordonians adapted to this fundamental change in all our lives?
Ways of working, societal change, digital disruption and mental health challenges have affected us all. But how have we dealt with this immense change and what happens next?
An Audience with Bob Ruddiman: How to prepare for the post pandemic world
Leaving school, starting university, starting a new job or reinventing yourself for a new chapter in your life; these milestones are important times that will shape your future.
Gordonians working in International Law, Politics and International Relations, Data Science and Photography, and a student of International Business and Spanish join this panel who all agree, there is never a week that goes by when they’re not learning and adapting to life’s challenges and opportunities.
An Audience with Steve Parkinson: Changemakers of the future
This session features perspectives from five Gordonians, two with established careers and three setting out on their journey into their careers – an acclaimed actor, a media executive, an English and Music graduate turned entrepreneur, and two University students living through the pandemic.
This webinar explores how to be the changemakers of the future and how to present the best version of you. The panel discuss how they developed their sense of purpose, how they created career plans without a roadmap, and how the pandemic has changed the way they view the world.
An Audience with Rachel Spatz: Ways to thrive during and after the pandemic
Gordonians from different cities in the US gather to share their perspectives.
The panel explores how a crisis can serve as a platform for innovation and creativity and share their experience from the knowledge hubs of the east and west coast of America.
Thriving in the future, the panel discuss the importance of an open mind, a positive attitude and how you can adapt your plans to unearth new opportunities.
An Audience with Allan Fraser: Virtual Reality - resetting your mind to neutral
Allan Fraser explores how Gordonians have been adapting to changes in the workplace throughout the pandemic and how they have restructured life to cope with uncertainty.
During this webinar, Gordonians working in Investment, Fashion, Technology and Artificial Intelligence on options for managing your mindset and how to identify opportunities to build new perspectives.
The panel discuss how the virtual world can play a role in your future success and the skills they have gained during the pandemic. Coming out of the curve will undoubtedly provide opportunity, so how do you reset your mind to neutral and build your new personal brand?
An Audience with Amy Read: Creating opportunity out of crisis
At this final webinar in the series, four inspiring Gordonians living in the Asia-Pacific region.
Spanning from the Class of ‘64 to the Class of ‘03, the panelists provide unique insight into the technology, arts, investment and research industries.
Reflecting on their own personal experiences, the group share helpful hints and tips on creating opportunity out of a crisis. In a post-Covid world, where will the opportunities be and how can you make the most of them?