Mind Your Mate
The overall objective of our programme is to help participants develop basic suicide prevention skills. It explains the boundaries that keep everyone safe. Topics covered include myths & facts around suicide; emotional resilience and depression; depression and suicide risk; and safely helping someone using the Look, Listen, and Link model. Find out more.
You can improve your mental health by changing four things: learn how to feel happier more often, discover how to feel better about yourself, feel more connected to other people in your life, and become more resilient when things become stressful. Our Mind Yourself programme was developed to help participants develop flourishing mental health. Topics covered include understanding the mental health spectrum; habits and skills of mentally healthy people; and emotional resilience. Find out more.
The Nature of Wellbeing - until 19 November
This showcase exhibition uses artworks and items from our collections to examine how nature inspires and re-invigorates us in an increasingly chaotic world. Free admission.
Let’s Talk about Sexual Violence
This workshop explores issues around sexual consent, reflecting on societal messages about sex and how this might impact our understanding of consent. The aim of the programme is to help participants gain a better sense of what consent is and discuss how to have clear communication around consent. The workshops also discuss several scenarios of potential consent violations and how we might understand these experiences. Find out more.
Making It Happen: Producing and Promotion - 20 November
The first Making Music Your Career talk of the year is Making It Happen: Producing and Promotion
Commemorating 50 Years of Solidarity in Scotland - 24 November
Join us for the film screening of the Nae Pasarán (2018), gillowed by an interdisciplinary panel discussion on memory with film director, Felipe Bustos, academics, leaders and acitivists.
Christmas Cloistermas - 29 November
Join our talented student performers tfor some festive tunes in the cloisters raising funds for charity!
The Hunterian Virtual Exhibitions
Explore the Hunterian from home with a selection of virtual exhibitions. Find out more.
Glasgow Student Events Listings
From pub quizzes to panel discussions; volunteering opportunities to award ceremonies; society events to student elections - the Glasgow Student Events portal hosts all events run by the Students Representative Council (SRC) and their many services and affiliated clubs, societies and student media groups.
Whether you're on campus and looking for ways to get involved, or just wanting to dip in to some online activities: we have something for all students - from first years to postgrads and everyone in-between.