The University of Strathclyde were runners up in the ninth annual Glasgow Taxis Cup last Wednesday (13th March). The competition which pits the University against city rivals Glasgow University and Glasgow Caledonian, is the largest student sporting event in Scotland.
Alexis Cole has turned her attention to art and is holding her first exhibition “Transcendence” at the famous Brick Lane Gallery in London this March.
Three former students of the University of Strathclyde have been selected as part of a group of some of Scotland’s most talented business brains to embark upon the Saltire Foundation Fellowship journey. Craig Chatwin, Nick McFarlane and Lynne Cox (a former Strathclyde Entrepreneurial Network client) join a cohort of 20 as they embark on a journey that is likely to take their careers in an entirely different direction. Read more...
Justycja Ltd, a Strathclyde alumni-led business, have secured a contract to provide translation services for the second edition of Play Poland Film Festival 2012 - the largest mobile Polish film festival in Britain.
Hopsitality graduate Jonathan was head chef of the McLaren Formula 1 team before deciding to start up his own company, Scoop Events. Scoop is a food-led events catering company.
University of Strathclyde graduate and award-winning artist Julie Read has just put the final virtual brush strokes to Portfolio-oomph.com: an innovative new website devoted to helping art students to win a place at art college.
Rebecca Connelly an alumnus of Strathclyde University was studying to become a geography teacher when she decided to try her hand in a music career.
Bryan O'Neil a former Starthclyde Mathematics and Computer Science student has dedicated the last 3years to creating a feature film entitled 'Booked Out'.