News in brief
Published: 9 October 2020
A round-up of news across the University
Student experience surveys launched
The University has launched a series of student pulse surveys which are measuring student experience and sentiment over a number of key areas. These surveys are delivered through Moodle for all active students in the University, themed according to key aspects of the student experience and are open for a week. There will be an update in the next newsletter with results from the first of these surveys, which looked at the perception of community, confidence and student support available at the University.
Free online Gaelic language course for UofG staff
Ever wanted to learn Gaelic? Now’s your chance! We are offering eight weekly Gaelic classes for UofG staff at an introductory level. These will be held between 5.15-6pm every Wednesday from 14 October. The classes will be held on Zoom and are completely free. Register and secure your place now. Thigibh ann!
University Nursery places available
The University Nursery is available to both staff and students and some spaces are currently available. We are based at Hillhead Street and have capacity for up to 74 children from 6 weeks to 5 years, on a full-time or part-time basis.
For general enquiries and information about the availability of spaces, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First published: 9 October 2020