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University grasps climate justice debate

The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Roseanna Cunningham congratulated Glasgow Caledonian University for founding the Centre for Climate Justice at a special celebratory event today (Thursday, November 30).

HIV is far from the death sentence that it was, says sexual health expert

"Scotland is leading the way with the introduction of PrEP (HIV drugs taken to prevent HIV acquisition) with other countries now looking to us as an example of best practice,” says sexual health expert Professor Claudia Estcourt.

Part-time study boosts IT graduate's career prospects

A major multinational employer is celebrating the success of the first of its employees to complete a part-time accelerated degree programme at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Engaging honoraries close winter graduations

Brian Williamson and Lady Susan Rice CBE are honoured at the final of Glasgow Caledonian University's winter ceremonies.

Honoraries inspire at winter graduation ceremonies

Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE, Dr Susan Scurlock and Professor Sir David Greenaway were honoured during Glasgow Caledonian University's winter graduation ceremonies.

Annie Lennox OBE is Chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University

Royal Academician, singer songwriter, highly-respected social activist and philanthropist, Dr Annie Lennox OBE is the new Chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University.

Excitement builds for winter graduation ceremonies

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) will celebrate the achievements of two leading STEM ambassadors, a foremost economist, a climate-justice campaigner and a successful entrepreneur.

Centre for Climate Justice to celebrate success

Helping to provide water for all in Malawi and a safe alternative to kerosene-based lighting are just two of the successes to be celebrated by the Centre for Climate Justice next week.

Fuel poverty research demonstrates impact

Research by Glasgow Caledonian University's Dr Keith Baker has contributed to a Scottish Government decision to review its definition of fuel poverty.

Computing giant Dell to provide industry mentors for students

Female computing students at GCU are taking part in a new initiative aimed at attracting and retaining women within the IT sector.

Design for Change

GCU Digital Design (Graphics) students have been using their design practice to create significant and positive impact in the surrounding communities.

The sky is the limit for Tom

A Glasgow Caledonian University graduate whose business designs low-cost satellites has been named in the Forbes Europe 30 under 30 for 2017.