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.
In the first of our spotlights on UWS staff, Professor John Struthers reflects on his 43 year career at the University.
Graduate and current masters student Bethan Lang has received a top prize in a prestigious national competition.
2001 graduate Erin Stewart, who previously served as Catawiki’s Vice President of People, has been appointed as BUX’s Head of People and Culture.
Social Enterprise Champion and alumnus develops free course to support wellbeing, health and resilience
A free course offering participants useful, hands-on support for wellbeing, health and resilience has been developed by alumnus Paul McColgan.
A University of the West of Scotland graduate, who now runs his own fitness venture after shedding an incredible 12 stone, is gathering a huge following on Tik Tok with his no nonsense views on fad diets and straight talking on how to lose weight safely.
Graduate Carol Burt-Wilson tells us how her studies at College and University prepared her for building an award-winning charity tackling hate crime and led to her being awarded an MBE.
Business Economics graduate appointed as a lay governor to University Court.
Music graduate Ross Sloan, tells us about his new business venture, Songplistic, with the aim of making the music industry more accessible to everyone.
University of the West of Scotland alumnus Graeme Thompson was recently interviewed as part of IDG Connect’s CIO Spotlight series, where IT leaders discuss their background and where they see the industry developing. Graeme,...
UWS accounting graduates Danielle Biggins and Shannon McDonald tell us about making the leap into being their own boss just before lockdown in 2020.
Alumnus Graeme Gordon has become Master of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Accountants (WCCAEW) in England and Wales. The title is the greatest honour for a member of any Livery Company within the ancient...
We talk to Amazonian and business and management graduate (2001) Louise Lavaroni about her time stuyding in Paisley and her tips for new graduates.
2001 graduate Louise Lavaroni (nee Gilmour) talks about her self-published book aiming to inspire the next generation of leaders.
BAcc (Hons) Accounting graduate Dominic Gibson, currently an Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) student, has achieved the top score for the APM (Advanced Performance Management) exam, making him a global prize-winner in the...
Congratulations to UWS graduate Carol Burt-Wilson who received an MBE for services to Disability Hate Crime Prevention in the summer. Carol attended The Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, The Queen’s official residence in Scotland,...
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...
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.