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GCU is “immensely proud of our nursing staff and students”

Heartfelt video message to students from Scotland’s Chief Nursing Officer marks International Nurses Day.

GCU Foundation wins Award for All funding to support student wellbeing

The University has been awarded almost £9,000 by the National Lottery's Awards for All scheme to support student wellbeing.

GCU launches Cold Case Unit to investigate unsolved missing person cases

Glasgow Caledonian University is to set up a cold case unit to help investigate unsolved missing person cases.

GCU awarded prestigious Athena SWAN Institutional Silver Award

GCU has been awarded the prestigious Athena SWAN Institutional Silver Award in recognition of its commitment to promoting gender equality among students and staff.

University Court welcomes new lay governor

GCU’s governing body, the University Court, has welcomed a new lay governor.

X-ray app to ease burden on lung specialists and save lives

Researchers are working on a form of artificial intelligence that can help medical staff prioritise lung-disease severity – saving lives and easing the burden on hospitals in COVID-hit regions around the world.

Research shows that even older stroke survivors can improve speech given the right support

International research led by GCU Senior Research Fellow Dr Myzoon Ali and Professor Marian Brady has found that people who had access to speech and language therapy made the greatest improvements soon after a stroke.

Taking the heat out of Sri Lankan climate crisis

Glasgow Caledonian University researchers are to create a ‘heat map’ of Sri Lanka in a bid to help city planners curb the health impact of climate change on its population in urban areas.

SHLS Dean says huge thanks to staff on her last day in role

Professor Andrea Nelson steps down as the Dean of the School of Health and Life Sciences on Friday, April 30, to take up her new post as Pro Vice-Chancellor Research with a huge thanks to staff.

Staycationers urged to help Scottish visitor attractions recover from COVID-19 crisis

New figures have revealed the full impact of the COVID-19 crisis on Scotland's visitor attractions.

Magnusson Awards enable students to embark on life-changing projects

From delivering online language classes in care homes, to helping rebuild a school library destroyed by fire in Kenya – these are just two of the life-changing projects to be carried out by students at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Flagship accelerator programme to support nature-based solutions in Glasgow

Glasgow Caledonian University is going back to nature as part of a first-of-its kind partnership with the City Council.