UWS Computer Games Technology graduate, Stuart Adams has been awarded the Young Software Engineer of the Year 2019 Award at the ceremony hosted by ScotlandIS on 3rd October 2019 in Edinburgh. Stuart, who graduated in...
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UWS graduate Gordon Mackintosh delivered a talk about his career that’s taken him from University in Paisley to California, on Thursday 19 September 2019. Brought up in Paisley, Gordon did an undergraduate degree in...
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MBA Marketing graduate (2000) Paul Pryde has been appointed by international executive search and board consulting firm, Gerard Daniels, as the new Practice Leader for its oil, gas and energy activities across the Asia...
A former nurse, who studied nursing at Bell College (now UWS Lanarkshire Campus), has been making the news due to her invention of a revolutionary weighing scale to help hospital patients get life-saving drugs quicker.
Alumnus Ian Henderson tells us about his career journey since leaving the university and his current involvement in the campaign to save Coats Memorial Church in Paisley.
Alan, who graduated from the Paisley Campus in 1994, has published a number of books in the Java space covering Enterprise Java, Servlets, JavaMail and database access. He also served in the role of Editor-in-Chief for Java Developers Journal, one of the largest magazines in the space with a 200k monthly circulation.
Former environmental biology lecturer Dr Alan Goodall, who is known globally for his scientific research into the behavioural ecology and conservation of rare mountain gorillas in Central Africa, has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate.
Almost 40 years to the day the BSc Hons Civil Engineering class of 1978 met again for the first time since graduation in Paisley on 7th July 1978. The full class of six were joined...
Happy retirement to Professor Malcolm Crowe. Many computing alumni will remember Malcolm who started at UWS in #Paisley 46 years ago.
Business and Management graduate Gurjit is an entrepreneur with a keen interest in philanthropy and developing social venture capital firms. An avid TED fan, Gurjit acquired the licence for TEDxGlasgow in 2012, bringing together a team of volunteers to form an organisation that is now one of the most established TEDx events in the UK and Europe
Amy McDonald, Paisley BSc Sports Studies graduate (2006) and former Scotland star, has been appointed as the new head coach of Rangers Ladies.
Charis, who is former Commercial Marketing Director at Lenovo and now Commercial Category Manager at Microsoft Australia, tells us about her time studying in Paisley.