- News from Scotland's National Centre for Languages
Glasgow Gaelic School recognised for their work with STEM and the Linguachef competition
Smithycroft pupils learn the value of language skills in the construction industry.
- Word Wizard
S1-S3 pupils from across Scotland took part in the national final of Word Wizard at the Scottish Parliament on 11 May 2018.
- Building with Lingo
Children, young people and their families had the opportunity to discover the benefits of language learning at an action-packed, family learning event.
- British Sociological Association Call for Abstracts 'Imposter Syndrome'
This BSA Early Career Forum event invites early career academics and postgraduate students in Sociology and related disciplines to explore the possibilities of re-thinking ‘imposterism’ as a public issue in HE.
- Glasgow Business Brunch inspires Scotland's future global workforce
Young people from fourteen schools across the west of Scotland had the opportunity to engage with local businesses at the University of Strathclyde on 12 January 2018.
- Sociology of Religion Study Group Conference
The School of Education will host the next Sociology of Religion Study Group (SocREL) Conference, 10-12th July 2018, on the theme of Religion and Education.
- Tianjin and Beijing Visit
In July, 19 students from the School of Education and wider HaSS Faculty took part in a 2-week language and cultural programme at Tianjin Normal University, China.
- National Languages Leadership Programme
The programme welcomed its largest cohort. Fifty-one teachers from twenty-one local authorities across Scotland attended a week-long summer school at the University of Strathclyde’s School of Education at the beginning of July 2017.
- Research Interns@Strathclyde
Mark Nitkowski, a third year Education and Journalism and Creative Writing student, has been awarded a Research Internship to work with Professor Yvette Taylor and Dr Cristina Costa on the project 'Undergraduate fractures and futures', exploring intersectional inequalities in contemporary undergraduate student experiences.