UWS graduate Victoria Gemmell launches her follow-up book to ‘Follow me’.
UWS alumni news and stories blog
“The Energy Transition is not something for tomorrow. It is something for today,” says Kenny Murdoch, CFO of Acteon Group Ltd., which focuses on the energy sector and leading on energy transition. Listen to his thoughts in GlobalScot’s latest podcast episode.
UWS Civil Engineering graduate appointed new Head of Barhale group in Scotland.
Commercial music graduate Audrey Tait will be replacing Paul Thomson as the drummer of Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand.
A recent graduate’s film titled Goodbye Joicey, has been listed in the Best Scottish Short Film category.
Debut author and Media; Theory and Production graduate (2002) Ed Whitfield tells us about his novel Murder by the Bottle, set in Cornwall.
A UWS graduate’s documentary of the remarkable rise of Livingston Football Club has become an online hit celebrated by the team’s manager.
A graduate from has gifted £10,000 for a scholarship to support BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering students.
UWS Journalism graduate Robert Blair is preparing to launch a new biweekly music magazine Frequency.
UWS sport graduate Anton McElhone has been appointed as Head of Sports Science at Celtic FC.
UWS computer games graduate Peter Cannon has been named amongst 30 of the UK’s best graduates and post-graduates in games by TIGA.
Sunday Mail News Editor and UWS alumnus Craig Robertson tells us about his time studying at the then Bell College (now UWS Lanarkshire Campus) and his career in Journalism.
A warm welcome to the UWS alumni family to our summer class of 2021! The summer 2021 graduation ceremonies took place between Friday 20 and Thursday 26 August, celebrating the achievements of students across...
Angela Noon, University of the West of Scotland graduate and CFO & Executive Director of Siemens UK, has been appointed as the chair of the Skills and Productivity Board.
Yekemi Otaru, an inspirational entrepreneur, has been named University of the West of Scotland’s (UWS) Chancellor-elect.
In the first of our spotlights on UWS staff, Professor John Struthers reflects on his 43 year career at the University.
UWS alumni Kirsty Gilmour and Callum Hawkins will both be representing Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics.
UWS engineering graduate Isla Mackenzie is hoping to fulfil her dream of being a racing driver by entering the 2021 Formula Woman competition.
International Women in Engineering Day is on 23 June, we hear from STEM Ambassador and UWS graduate Amanda Shaw about her journey into engineering.
Graduate and current masters student Bethan Lang has received a top prize in a prestigious national competition.
Broadcast production graduate, Ailsa Kane, is documenting Scotland’s Euro 2020 campaign as Lead Video Producer for the Scottish Football Association (SFA).