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Sports scientist Professor NC Craig Sharp is to be honoured by the University of Glasgow on 2 July 2005
Artist Andy Goldsworthy, architect Dr Charles Alexander Jencks and top sports advisor Professor N C Craig Sharp are just some of the names to be awarded honorary degrees during July graduations in Glasgow.
Acclaimed Scottish author to receive award on 1 July 2005
The Tower 5 lifts will be out of service this summer to allow complete refurbishment to take place.
McCash Prize in Scots Poetry 2005
Nursing and Midwifery conference encourages academia to work towards the training and development of nurses required for the future
Ministers, researchers and arts professionals examine the impact of London's bid to host the 2012 Olympics
New programme aimed at students could help support the development and growth of the Scottish economy
Dean of Faculty of Physical Sciences to be awarded an OBE
The University is seeking to co-opt members to its governing body, the University Court.
Professor of Respiratory Medicine speaks today at the Asthma UK Annual General Meeting in London
University Clinical Lecturer in Oral Surgery and Sedation selected for exclusive fellowship
University to host seminar on major stage and screen discipline
Author Iain Banks and top businessman Sir Arnold Clark are just some of the names to be awarded honorary degrees during the Commemoration Day on 15 June 2005
University of Glasgow aims to improve health and wellbeing of staff and students by organising a Bike2Work day
Thirteen Russell Group Universities offer help to rebuild the academic strengths of two Indonesian universities
Public and private sectors come together
to maximise potential of University research
Prinipal announces the appointment of new Director of Corporate Communications
This year's conference will look at the new Additional Support for Learning (Scotland) Act 2004
A seminar will be held at the University of Glasgow on 6 June 2005 to discuss 'A Curriculum for Excellence'
University PhD student explores the true story of the Glasgow Necropolis in his newly published book
Dean of Physical Sciences to join UK research council
Professor Laurence Barron joins the ranks of Newton, Darwin and Hawking with his election to the Fellowship of the Royal Society.
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