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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.

Creating social impact in corporate America

Glasgow Caledonian University New York College joined a panel of industry leaders to explore how to create social impact in corporate America.

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.

Gender-neutral clothing in style at Glasgow fashion exhibition

International Fashion Business students from GCU will style and photograph members of the public in the latest unisex designs as part of the Glasgow Science Festival.

Regular refresher training could prevent wind farm fatalities

Wind turbine technicians are at risk of fatal accidents or serious injury without regular refresher training, according to a study by researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).

GCU student journalists make a splash at awards

Student journalists at Glasgow Caledonian University scooped four prizes at the Scottish Student Journalism Awards 2018.

GCU Fashion Showcase unveils 2018 collection

Outstanding fashion design and creative work from the next generation of designers debuted at the 2018 GCU Fashion Showcase.

Dr Fiona Skillen kicks off FIFA review

A GCU academic has joined an expert panel to assess a qualification offered by the world football governing body FIFA.

Major research project into UK productivity launches

A major new research project aimed at increasing productivity and raising the living standards of millions of people across the UK is set to be officially launched.

Common Good Awards celebrate inspirational students

The University has celebrated the achievements of its inaugural Common Good Awards winners.

No grey areas at Glasgow Caledonian University

There are no grey areas when it comes to gender-based violence. That is the message behind a new campaign launched by Glasgow Caledonian University today and backed by Alison Thewliss MP.

Funding to research treatment for West’s most common cause of sight loss

Dr Xinhua Shu and Professor Ann Graham have been awarded £70,000 by the National Eye Research Centre to develop a new treatment for age-related macular degeneration, the most common cause of blindness in the West’s aging population.