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Alastair to drive enhanced student learning experience

Glasgow Caledonian University has announced the appointment of Alastair Robertson as Director of Academic Development and Student Learning.

Research shows incontinence linked to sitting too long

Researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University have found the first direct link between sitting too long and urinary incontinence in older women.

New University status awarded to three life-changing NHS Lanarkshire units

Glasgow Caledonian University has awarded University status to three NHS Lanarkshire clinical departments in recognition of life-changing research, education and service excellence.

Scottish businessman's donation fits like a glove

Veteran entrepreneur Gio Benedetti has kindly donated award-winning medical equipment to help boost the clinical skills of nursing students at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Sold-out Global Game Jam returns to GCU this weekend

Students and staff will be among almost 200 designers packing the Sir Alex Ferguson Library to take part in the world's biggest games-creation event this weekend.

Hub's May wins Oxford University Inspirational Teacher Award

Advanced Higher Hub teacher May Sharp is to be honoured with a University of Oxford Inspirational Teacher Award.

GCNYC celebrates third commencement

Busy year for College ends with celebration.

Campaign launched to thank nursing students on the COVID-19 frontline

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is today (May 12) marking International Nurses Day by launching a social media campaign to say a massive thank you to past and present nursing students on the COVID-19 frontline.

Glasgow Caledonian University awards for South African rail staff

The ceremony took place at Transnet Freight Rail's, School of Rail campus at Esselenpark, Johannesburg.

MS Society backs research project to develop VR games for patients

The MS Society has backed innovative research into how technology can be used to increase participation in exercise and improve upper limb function in patients.

Scotland's first heroin assisted treatment service goes under the microscope

Addictions experts at Glasgow Caledonian University are leading a new study into Scotland's first heroin assisted treatment service.

GCU hosts launch of Fearless Glasgow

Universities and colleges across the west of Scotland are uniting to tackle the scourge of gender-based violence under the banner of Fearless Glasgow.