University news

University news

If you were an engineer, what would you do?

On the Scottish Engineering Leaders Award Grading Days 2018, GCU's engineering community came together to to mark more than 15,000 competition entries from primary school pupils.

Book now for 2018 Ailsa McKay Memorial Lecture

One of America's most prominent feminist economists will present the third annual Ailsa McKay Memorial Lecture at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Professor Gartland to address 500 global delegates in conference keynote speech

Professor Kevan Gartland is to give the keynote speech at the prestigious European Biotechnology Congress in Athens this month.

Minister gets hands on experience of how GCU is changing lives

Each year, more than 1,000 college students are accepted on to degree courses at Glasgow Caledonian University. Scottish Government minister, Shirley-Anne Somerville MSP has been hearing first hand how moving from college to university is helping

Social Bite founder Josh Littlejohn headlines social innovation summit

One of the UK's leading social entrepreneurs is to address a major conference on social innovation hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University.

Professorial Lecture explores how People Make Glasgow

Some of Scottish football’s biggest names believe growing up in a deprived area helped them succeed in life.

Landmark agreement with Singapore to improve nursing care

Nursing academics from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) will begin delivering a nursing programme in one of the world’s top ranking healthcare systems this summer. GCU has signed a five-year partnership with Singapore’s PSB Academy,

Professor Hutchinson to present to world leaders in Paris

Professor Sharon Hutchinson will present Scotland's national surveillance of the treatment of, and disease associated with, the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) to international leaders in Paris this week.

Locals to train as ‘citizen scientists’ to transform Glasgow's canals

Scottish Canals and Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) are working with ‘citizen scientists’ to investigate how Glasgow’s North canals are helping to build a healthier city.

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.

Society names Dr Andrew McAuley Researcher of the Year

Senior Research Fellow receives Researcher of the Year accolade from the Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA)

RICS’ Rising Stars to join cutting-edge forum on built environment

Four School of Engineering and Built Environment students have been invited to join The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ Rising Stars programme.