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COVID-19 puts "European solidarity at risk"

Covid-19 has put the solidarity between EU countries at risk, according to a new study.

Demand for emergency food increasing as pressure mounts on volunteers

‚ÄčThe demand for emergency food supplies sparked by COVID-19 is continuing to increase amid growing concern about the wellbeing of food bank volunteers, according to new research published by Glasgow Caledonian University.

Fashion designer switches from wedding dresses to NHS scrubs

A fashion technician from Glasgow Caledonian University has switched from designing bespoke wedding dresses to mass-producing scrubs for the NHS to help in the fight against COVID-19.

University receives major Scottish Government research grant to tackle coronavirus impact

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is delighted to announce that the Scottish Government has awarded the University £136,290 to fund three vital research projects to tackle the coronavirus and its impact.

VisitScotland books the Moffat Centre

The Moffat Centre at Glasgow Caledonian University has secured a major new contract with VisitScotland to continue its work at the heart of the Scottish travel industry.

GCU joins forces with Police Scotland to launch Erase the Grey across the country

Police Scotland today launched Glasgow Caledonian University's #ErasetheGrey campaign across the country to mark 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence.

Dr Marie Macklin inspires urban regeneration students

‚ÄčEntrepreneur 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.

Honours for Rose Reilly and Mal Young among others

Nine honorary guests from a range of disciplines will be recognised at our winter graduations next week.

Malmaison and Dakota founder checks in for the 2019 Moffat Awards

‚ÄčOne of the biggest names in the UK's hospitality sector talked about his love for the hotel trade at the 2019 Moffat Lecture and Awards at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Collective action is needed to tackle child poverty

Collective action and radical ideas will be required to eradicate child poverty in Scotland, a major conference at Glasgow Caledonian University heard.

GCU celebrates social enterprise at John Pearce Memorial Lecture

Glasgow Caledonian University celebrated the history of social enterprise and the future of the sector at the 2019 John Pearce Memorial Lecture.

Take a walk through the city's war

Explore wartime Glasgow with PhD student Kevin Morrison this month.