Congratulations to UWS Broadcast Journalism graduate and A Place in the Sun presenter Jean Johansson who has been crowned Celebrity Mastermind champion.
Category: Alumni Stories
Memories and stories from graduates of the University recalling their experiences.
UWS Politics and Sociology graduate Meghan Gallacher MSP has been appointed as the Scottish Conservative Party’s new Deputy Leader.
Alan Jenkins, news reporter at 5 News and University of the West of Scotland (UWS) Broadcast Journalism graduate, recently visited UWS Ayr campus to speak to students and see the support and services on offer.
It’s over 40 years since alumnus George Glasgow received the Amundsen Trophy whilst studying at the University, but having returned to the UK recently from the US, George pencilled in a visit to UWS Paisley Campus to get that photograph he didn’t have.
Over 40 years since graduating from University of the West of Scotland, Social Studies graduate Evelyn Laurie tells us about her time studying in Paisley and embarking on her “fifth career” as a singer songwriter.
We find out about alumnus Neil Harrow’s globetrotting career as a coach and the recent tournament title win with Troy University Women’s basketball team.
We chat with Natalie Tirant, Head of Partner Propositions, Payments at Barclaycard about her time at UWS and advice for recent graduates.
Two former students who met while studying at Paisley College of Technology (now UWS) have recently celebrated 28 years of marriage. Little did Jonathan and Jacqueline Reid know that when they chose to study...
11 February is the International Day of Women & Girls in Science. Recent biomedical science graduate Emily tells us about her time studying at UWS and graduating in a pandemic.
UWS Journalism graduates Laura Alderman and Brandon Cook have been nominated in the Young Journalist category for the RTS Scotland Awards.
Alumnus and lecturer Dr Allan Moore, reflects on his time at the University of Paisley as a student and University of the West of Scotland as an academic.
UWS Broadcast Production graduate Daniella Gualtieri was chosen to present a special BBC Radio 1 show over Christmas.
UWS alumna and lecturer Dr Evi Viza talks about a project she, her students, the local community and local schools, created to share kindness.
A 1978 graduate from the Paisley Campus has received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Digital Accountancy Forum and Awards 2021.
UWS graduate Victoria Gemmell launches her follow-up book to ‘Follow me’.
“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.
Commercial music graduate Audrey Tait will be replacing Paul Thomson as the drummer of Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand.
Debut author and Media; Theory and Production graduate (2002) Ed Whitfield tells us about his novel Murder by the Bottle, set in Cornwall.