Get involved with The Social Mobility FoundationFriAMUTCE_February+0000RFebAMUTC_0C6 Education and Skills Development
Find out about a charity that supports improving social mobility for young people from low-income backgrounds and how STEM professionals can get involved in supporting as mentors or with opportunities to develop confidence and skills.
What can Masters students do for you?ThuAMUTCE_April+0000RAprAMUTC_1C6 Education and Skills Development
In the run up to the Engage with Strathclyde week, Anna Selwood, a Careers Adviser at University of Strathclyde Careers Service, writes for Glasgow City of Science on the fantastic opportunities for businesses in making the most of Masters students.
Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Awards - Part 8ThuAMUTCE_March+0000RMarAMUTC_1C6 Education and Skills Development
In their latest vlog installment, the Strathclyde University team share some of the challenges they've encountered along the way towards making the Shopping Trolley for the Elderly.
Promoting STEM Equality at City of Glasgow CollegeMonAMUTCE_March+0000RMarAMUTC_1C6 Education and Skills Development
Taking positive action to promote gender equality in STEM, Douglas Morrison from City of Glasgow College writes about the successful approach taken with support of their partners to increase female participation in the college's engineering programme.
Kilmarnock born CERN scientist recalls her 'inspiring teacher'MonAMUTCE_March+0000RMarAMUTC_1C6 Education and Skills Development
Can you remember the name of the teacher who had the biggest impact on the career path you chose? For one Kilmarnock born CERN scientist, Dr Victoria Martin, it was her forward-thinking physics teacher, Mr Samson.