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Journalist and broadcaster Lesley Riddoch will give a talk at the University of Glasgow on Women and Rural Society
Fitness instructors from the University gym will compete in a national competition to be named the UK’s Favourite Instructor.
Emeritus Professor and Scotland’s Poet Laureate, Edwin Morgan, has been shortlisted for the TS Eliot Prize for the best new collection of verse in English.
Close relations between journalists and politicians are not necessarily in the interests of citizens, a former newspaper editor will argue in a free public lecture this week.
A major new research partnership will be launched to ensure the future of Scotland as a driving force in engineering
The University of Glasgow confers an honorary degree on Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda.
University of Glasgow students, graduates and members of staff who died serving in the Second World War will be remembered through an online Roll of Honour
The University of Glasgow has warmly welcomed the decision to stage the 2014 Commonwealth Games in the city
University Careers Adviser, Ann Duff - whose friendly guidance is already familiar to Glasgow students - is bringing her expertise to a wider audience presenting a new Channel 4 series.
The First Minister has launched the Scottish Government's new economic strategy at the University of Glasgow
The US Ambassador to the UK, Robert Tuttle, held a question and answer session with University students
How Scottish businesses can apply creativity and design to improve their productivity and growth.
Chef Heston Blumenthal enlists Professor Douglas Neil in his quest for the perfect fish pie.
An exciting multi-disciplinary music exhibition, Sound Thought, will launch on 23 November
Researchers from the University of Glasgow have begun to explain how the NHS under-achieves in poor areas.
Bjorn Westlund Cronstedt from the European Commission Street Children Project will visit the University of Glasgow on 22 November to discuss juvenile justice and child welfare.
A new online database will allow the public access to 8,000 European oil paintings
The Centre for Public Policy for Regions (CPPR) are to present their key findings on the new Government Economic Strategy at a seminar next week (27 November).
University of Glasgow Professor of Chemistry Lee Cronin has won a £70,000 Philip Leverhulme Prize for his internationally recognised work in nano-chemistry and molecular engineering.
The University of Glasgow will confer honorary degrees on writer AL Kennedy, Chief Medical Officer Harry Burns and mathematician Keith Moffatt during the winter graduation ceremonies
TV executive Stuart Cosgrove spoke on the subject of 'Television in Times of Change' in the second lecture of the Stevenson and Adam Smith Research Foundation series this week.
Award-winning writer A.L. Kennedy has received the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters from the University of Glasgow in recognition of her contribution to literature.
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