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One weekend to save the planet

Applied Games students from Glasgow Caledonian University helped negotiators at a global conference understand climate events that could dramatically change the planet.

Cara ignites sustainability awareness at Marie Claire forum

Marie Claire magazine hosted its first ever sustainability forum last week – and Glasgow Caledonian New York College was at the heart of it.

Water-tracking app wins Rhys a place in business design awards final

An app that tracks how much water you’re drinking has earned Digital Design student Rhys Ritchie a place in the final of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce Student Design Awards.

Veterans support given Bronze standard

We are proud to share that GCU has been awarded the Bronze standard for the Armed Forces Covenant.

Student returns to tell the inside story

A former student of the MA in TV Fiction Writing Philip Wright was back on campus yesterday to talk to current students about his career since leaving.

Call for greater diversity in the boardroom

Companies need to recruit board members from a wide range of backgrounds who can question the status quo in organisations, according to a major new report into risk management.

GCU scientist brings cutting-edge leukaemia research to the UK

Scientists from Glasgow are to import a cutting-edge research technique from the US in a bid to increase survival rates in patients diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer.

Professor Lorna Paul helps BBC find truth to getting fit

Physiotherapist Professor Lorna Paul features in a new BBC documentary The Truth About Getting Fit which airs on Wednesday, January 31.

Lord Provost joins school children to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

Glasgow’s Lord Provost Eva Bolander joined pupils from St Roch’s Secondary School on campus to explore an exhibition marking Holocaust Memorial Day.

Gathering the Voices exhibition shares voices of Holocaust survivors

An exhibition about Gathering the Voices, a GCU partnership charity, will be shown at Glasgow City Chambers next week to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.

Graduate's therapy service to expand treatment to wheelchair users

Generous funding will allow wheelchair users to access revolutionary trampoline therapy for the first time.

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.