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University supports global call to #PressforProgress

In an unprecedented year in which women’s rights have gathered momentum, captured headlines and public opinion, and called for change, we are joining the International Women's Day (IWD) Press for Progress campaign.

Former Irish President discusses climate justice at GCU

Dr Mary Robinson addressed students and staff on the global climate justice movement on Wednesday, February 14.

I'm not a pity case, Glasgow Caledonian University student tells event at Holyrood

“I'm not a pity case,” Glasgow Caledonian University student tells Holyrood

Game Jam offers opportunity for female developers, says academic

As the Global Game Jam comes to Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) for its tenth anniversary, academic Dr Romana Ramzan says it is a timely reminder that women have an important role to play in the industry.

Hear the cream of student talent at Celtic Connections on Campus

The cream of student talent will be back on stage and behind the scenes at Celtic Connections on Campus, GCU's annual lunchtime concert series.

Weather warning upgraded to Amber - guidance for students

There is currently a Amber Warning for snow in the Glasgow area from 3pm today (January 16) until 8am tomorrow (January 17).

1000 school pupils to attend Cyber Security Christmas Lectures

A thousand pupils from Glasgow schools will be warned how careless social media posts could damage their future job prospects, at a lecture hosted by digital experts.

Quitely does it - comic-book artist to present at GCU

He's drawn the X-Men, Superman and Batman - now legendary Scottish comic book artist Frank Quitely will share his inspiration with students at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).

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.

Engaging honoraries close winter graduations

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

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.