20 January 2017GCU research contributes to a new Maternity and Neonatal Care Review
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) health economist Professor Cam Donaldson, Yunus Chair in Social Business and Health, has contributed to the Scottish Governments new five-year strategy for Maternity and Neonatal Care in Scotland.
19 January 2017International conference focuses on the role of institutional values
The importance of values particularly in todays society is a key theme of an international conference held at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) today (January 19).
19 January 2017Law Society of Scotland to hold Brexit seminar at Glasgow Caledonian University
Britains decision to leave the European Union and the potential impact of this is the subject of debate at a seminar organised by the Law Society of Scotland and Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) next month (Thursday, February 23.)
17 January 2017GCU showcases conference space in the heart of £32m campus transformation
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is to celebrate the completion of its new conference and event facility a showcase space in the Universitys £32 million campus transformation at a launch event on Thursday, January 19.
12 January 2017Minister to address landmark conference at GCU on life after Brexit for migrants
Academics, activists, civil society groups and politicians including Minister for Europe, Alasdair Allan MSP, will debate the future of migrants rights after Brexit in Glasgow later this month followed by a cultural event with the Makar, Jackie Kay.
11 January 2017GCU to bring back Jammers for 48-hour game-creation event
Students and staff from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) will once again take part in a world-wide digital games-design event later this month.
10 January 2017Conference considers tourism and the Holocaust
The Holocaust and Nazi architecture will form the central focus of an international dark tourism conference at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) this summer.
05 January 2017Maternal health history projects secure seed funding
Two Glasgow Caledonian University pilot research projects will look at the lessons to be learned from 20th century maternal healthcare.