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A Viennese whirl with Coffee, Cake and a Concert

The University brought another slice of Viennese culture to campus for a second helping of Coffee, Cake and a Concert.

Insider threat expert addresses nuclear security

A GCU expert on 'insider threats' has taken part in a major symposium on security in the nuclear power industry.

Tourism spin-offs spreading across Scotland

Tourism spin-offs are spreading across the whole of Scotland thanks to the success of the V&A Dundee and Highland attractions, according to new research.

UHatch spin-out company bounces to the top with £140,000 funding grant

bOunceT Innovative Occupational Therapy®, founded by GCU Occupational Therapy student Callum McKinnon, will use the award to provide increased trampoline-based therapy to children and adults with disabilities.

Jings, Oor Wullie is coming to GCU

Glasgow Caledonian University will take part in what is believed to be Scotland's biggest ever art trail this summer.

Festival of Ageing at GCU in May

Scotland should strive to be the most "age-friendly" society in Europe as it grapples with a growing demographic time bomb, the Scottish Government's Minister for Older People told an invited audience at GCU.

MSP backs new GCU ‘men are nurses too’ campaign

Glasgow Shettleston MSP John Mason has backed the launch of a new Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) social media campaign aimed at getting more men into nursing and breaking down stereotypes in schools.

GCU promotes International Women's Day

Glasgow Caledonian University will mark International Women's Day on March 8 by reaffirming our commitment to promoting gender equality across our campuses.

The Artificial Intelligence Revolution and Why?

Hadi Larijani, Professor of Computer Networks and Intelligent Systems in the University’s Department of Computing, will deliver his inaugural Professorial Lecture on March 26.

Blockbuster Holyrood debut for Army veteran GCU graduate

Former Scots Guardsman John Templeton took centre stage at a major lifelong learning event at the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday (February 27) where he told dignitaries that graduating from GCU as a mental health nurse had changed his life.

Change the way you look at difficult situations, says Jo Malone CBE

Global entrepreneur Professor Jo Malone CBE inspired a new generation of business talent at a landmark event at the London campus of Glasgow Caledonian University.

GCU HIV experts at forefront of ‘game-changing’ drug research

A new report has highlighted the huge progress made during the initial year implementing the first national HIV prevention PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) drug programme in Scotland.