From this page you can find out all the latest news and information about upcoming events at the HaSS faculty.
Please note that all items are listed according to date of publication.
Criminal Justice Social Work Development Centre moves to Strathclyde
The School of Applied Social Sciences is delighted to welcome colleagues from the Criminal Justice Social Work Development Centre (CJSW) to its team.
Emeritus Professor wins international literary award
A Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences academic has won a prestigious international literary award.
Autism information websites unveiled at Strathlcyde
The Scottish Government-funded Autism Network Scotland website has been set up to provide impartial and reliable information about autism.
Early years 'barometer' can improve children's lives
An internationally-recognised tool to measure children’s readiness for school has been adapted for use in Scotland by a University of Strathclyde academic.
Silver anniversary for Strathclyde’s Learning in Later Life Programme
The School of Education's Centre for Life Long Learning celebrate the 25th anniversary of it's Learning in Later Life Programme
Scotland in conversation with China
Scotland’s relationship with China will be explored in a national series of debates – involving both Scottish and Chinese academics and policymakers – organised by the University of Strathclyde
Scottish Centre of International Security Studies Inaugural Lecture
Thursday 18 October 2012, 6pm - 7.20pm, Collins Building, Collins Suite, Richmod Street, University of Strathclyde
How a conference shook up Scottish literature
A conference which heralded a turning point in the evolution of international literature is being explored by academics at the University of Strathclyde
Leading the world in copyright and creative business models
The University of Strathclyde is a partner in a new UK-wide centre launched to maintain the country’s position as a world leader in culture and the creative industries
Bilingualism ‘can increase mental agility’
Bilingual children outperform children who only speak one language in problem-solving skills and creative thinking, according to research led at the University of Strathclyde
Scottish pupils set for China visit
Once in a lifetime chance to learn Mandarin in Chinese summer camp organised by the University of Strathclyde-based Confucius Institute
The Power of Apology: Mercy, Forgiveness and Restoration.
What is the Future of Apology in the Justice System?
The Future of Criminal Justice & Sentencing: Is there Hope? Public Event
Centre for Law, Crime & Justice, Strathclyde University, Glasgow city centre. Monday 21st May 5.30 for 6-7.30pm
Prisons & Imprisonment: Restriction of Liberty, Rights, Responsibility and Rehab
SASO Conference. Monday 14th May. Strathclyde University 09.30-16.30
June and September Open Days for Undergraduate Students.
Wednesday 13 June from 1– 4pm
Monday 3 September from 6-8pm
Tuesday 4 September from 9.30am-2.30pm
Gold STAR for School of Education
Students of the School of Education have been commended for their valuable work at a University-wide event that celebrates volunteering in clubs and societies.
"Amazing" Literacy Success
A new literacy clinic run by the School of Education’s student teachers in a Glasgow primary has achieved "amazing" results according the School’s Deputy Head.
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