The head of Strathclyde University’s Department of Architecture has won an international award for his teaching.
A 2017 report by the United Nations has condemned the UK’s record on access to justice in environmental matters, citing their concern that the government have “moved [the UK] further away” from meeting their obligations under the Convention.
Two Strathclyde graduates have excelled in the Sports Innovation Challenge, and were rewarded £4,000 each for their prospective projects.
Product Design Engineering graduate, Merlin Kafka, was awarded with the Incorporation of Hammermen of Glasgow’s Prince Philip Prize.
Nearly half of Britain’s students struggle with their basic household needs, reveals a study by the National Union […]
McDonald’s faced its first strike in several decades after staff protested over pay a few weeks ago.
Demonstrators gathered outside Glasgow Sheriff Court on Monday in solidarity with LGBT+ and anti-fascist protesters arrested by Police […]
Scottish vocalists will perform Whitney Houston’s hit ‘One Moment in time’ to raise money for Cancer Research UK. […]
by Matt Crilly The University of Strathclyde has come under fire for announcing it is awarding an honorary […]
At 75 years old, renowned Scottish comedian, Sir Billy Connolly, will this week be made an honorary doctor […]