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  • 05 November 2018

    Breakfast at Barrio 13

    Mark Majewsky Anderson, Director of Research and Innovation, discusses a consortium of Latin American and European universities, led by GCU, which has established special units to help transform communities such as Barrio 13.

    The Latin American project is being coordinated by The Europe Office.
  • 01 November 2018

    Higher Education Minister receives Cybersecurity update

    Higher Education Minister Richard Lochhead MSP heard how GCU is now equipping hundreds of graduates with cybersecurity skills.

  • 12 September 2018

    Get hands on with science at Explorathon

    School of Engineering and Built Environment researchers will be sharing their work with the community at a series of Explorathon events a celebration of science held across Scotland this month.

    More than just a load of hot air - get hands on at Explorathon
  • 10 September 2018

    Academic accolade beckons for life-changing research

    One of our researchers is up for an academic Oscar following his work to develop a tracking device for people with dementia.

    Image: Herald and Times.
  • 30 August 2018

    Opening the door on Glasgow at war

    PhD student Kevin Morrison will open a door to Glasgows wartime history as the city celebrates its architecture in September.

    Barrowland hosted the jitterbug champisonships and featured in Lord Haw Haw's infamous broadcasts
  • 18 July 2018

    Engineering Development Trust award for student Taylor

    Taylor Aitchison has won the Engineering Development Trust's Scottish Contribution to the Business Award for his outstanding business improvement project.

    Taylor with judging panel chair Danny Keyes
  • 28 June 2018

    Nine to be honoured at summer graduations

    During our summer graduations on July 3, 4 and 5, GCU will award nine honorary degrees in recognition of achievements and contributions across a range of backgrounds.

  • 08 June 2018

    Girls can explore their future careers in STEM

    Hundreds of school girls will explore careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) at Glasgow Caledonian University as the University continues its drive to encourage more young women into the field.

    Girls will enjoy hands-on experiences at STEM workshops
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