UWS Journalism graduates Laura Alderman and Brandon Cook have been nominated in the Young Journalist category for the RTS Scotland Awards.
Category: Alumni Stories
Memories and stories from graduates of the University recalling their experiences.
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 has been chosen to present a special BBC Radio 1 show this 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.
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.
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.
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).
Joash Almeda, who performs under the name Babylung, studied on the Commercial Music programme at UWS Ayr Campus and composed Betrayal for a class project in his final year.
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.