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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.

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.

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)

Brands and retailers come together at GCNYC

GCNYC's Fair Fashion Center continues to provide the business case for the fashion industry to be profitable as well as sustainable in its latest collaboration.

Fortnite gamers are not addicted, says GCU researcher

Fortnite, the game which has taken the world by storm, is not addictive, according to a Glasgow Caledonian University researcher.

Principal joins expert UN panel to explore sustainability in the jewellery industry

The Principal Professor Pamela Gillies CBE FRSE has joined the United Nations’s Lene Wendland on a panel investigating how the jewellery industry can engage with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Veterans support given Bronze standard

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

GCU graduate hits the headlines as UK Reporter of the Year

A GCU graduate has been named UK Reporter of the Year at the prestigious Independent Radio News awards.

Times Higher Education ranks GCU student experience as the second most improved in the UK

Glasgow Caledonian University has been named as the second most improved university in the UK for student experience, in a survey by Times Higher Education.

GCU joins major research project into UK productivity

Glasgow Caledonian University is to play a key role in assessing how increased productivity can lead to higher wages and a better standard of living for millions of people.

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.

GCU launches the Scottish Poverty and Inequality Research Unit

More than 100 policy experts, campaigners, and leading academics gathered for the official launch of the Scottish Poverty and Inequality Research Unit (SPIRU) at Glasgow Caledonian University.