News archive 2018
- Business Brunches Inspire Scotland's Future Global Workforce
Over 200 young people met with local employers at the largest business and languages engagement event to date.
- Scotland's National Centre for Languages success at GTCS awards
SCILT's 1+2 Language Leadership Programme received a 'Professional Recognition Award for Professional Learning Programmes'
- Gaelic Elearning Conference
Twenty representatives from seven local authorities across Scotland attended a conference on digital learning in Gaelic Learner Education at the University of Strathclyde on 14 September 2018.
- 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.
- Exciting New Book from School of Education
Dr Philip Tonner from the School of Education at the University of Strathclyde has just published a new book "Dwelling: Heidegger, Archaeology, Mortality".
- 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.