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GCU launches world’s largest study into impact of physical activity on COVID-19 immunity

Leading physical activity researchers, respiratory experts, and sport and exercise psychologists at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) have launched the world’s largest study to find out for certain if physical activity can boost COVID-19

Fashion Professor answers face mask appeal

A Professor from the British School of Fashion is producing cotton face masks in her spare time to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Elite golfers share secrets of success to help budding sports stars

Elite golfers have shared their top tips on how to control concentration in a new psychology study by GCU researchers which will help budding sports stars around the world boost their performance.

University Archive explores women's role in campaigns to create a fairer world

The University Archive is celebrating International Women's Day with an exhibition exploring women's role in international campaigns to create a fairer world.

Cyber Security students help commuters stay safe online at Glasgow Central pop-up Clinic

Rail passengers are getting free online safety advice from GCU's Cyber Security Clinic at Glasgow Central Station this week.

GCNYC celebrates third commencement

Busy year for College ends with celebration.

Campaign launched to thank nursing students on the COVID-19 frontline

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is today (May 12) marking International Nurses Day by launching a social media campaign to say a massive thank you to past and present nursing students on the COVID-19 frontline.

GCU hosts launch of Fearless Glasgow

Universities and colleges across the west of Scotland are uniting to tackle the scourge of gender-based violence under the banner of Fearless Glasgow.

Graduates urged to work hard and seize every opportunity

Honorary guests from the worlds of television, football and public health celebrated with hundreds of GCU students at the last of our winter graduation ceremonies.

GCU is living its motto, according to honorary guests

Glasgow Caledonian University’s common good ethos was praised by honorary guests at the second of our winter graduation ceremonies.

Believe in yourselves, honorary guests tell graduates

“If you’re good at your job and you love what you do the opportunities will come your way − anywhere in the world. Commitment leads to confidence and confidence leads to enjoyment. If you enjoy your job, it’s a breeze.”

Dr Marie Macklin inspires urban regeneration students

​Entrepreneur Dr Marie Macklin CBE returned to GCU this week to deliver a masterclass on urban regeneration and the race to create a carbon-neutral world.