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Higher Education Governance (Scotland) Bill

The Higher Education Governance (Scotland) Bill has been progressing through the Scottish Parliament since last summer. GUSRC responded to the consultation phase and you can find our response here: Consultation on proposed HE Governance Bill. The Bill has now been considered by the Scottish Parliament Education and Culture Committee which supports the bill in principle. Unfortunately the Scottish Government still fails to explain how the role of Rector at the University of Glasgow will be protected and how student interests will be advance as a result of this Bill.


Volunteer Week 1st–5th February

2016 sees the launch of Volunteer Week — a week dedicated to helping students find voluntary positions around Glasgow. Every day from Monday 1st to Friday 5th February the Student Volunteer Support Service team will be in the University Library with some of our partner charities so you can find out more about what you can do as a volunteer, and what volunteering can do for you. Plus a host of other events throughout the week, check the event page for a full line-up, or click 'going' on the Facebook event.

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Refreshers Week 2016!

At the start of the second Semester every year, all four student bodies (us, QMU, GUU and GUSA) get together for a miniature version of Freshers’ Week. It’s a perfect way to meet back up with your University friends after the Winter Break. For 2016 Refreshers Week runs from Thursday 14th January to Sunday 24th January.

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Photocall - Glasgow Taxis let Glasgow University Students use their student cards to pay for taxis when they have no money to get home.
Glasgow University Students (left to right) 
Ameer Ibr Ahim , Una Marie Darragh , Susan Yue and Mark McLean all line up with taxi driver Stephen Flynn  (centre in taxi) in the cloisters at the university.
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New Safe Taxi Scheme

In partnership with Glasgow Taxis, the SRC has implemented the safe taxi scheme. This is a safety initiative to ensure that even if you’re alone and have found yourself stuck on a night out with no money, you can still make it back home safely by using your student card as payment in emergency situations.

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Pop-up Study Spaces

Can't get a seat in the Library? Round Reading Room full again? Exams! They happen every year, but it seems like there's never enough space to study. Luckily for you we've managed to wrangle some free spaces on campus that you can sit down in the warmth and study in. The non-Library study spaces are open from 9am to 5pm starting from Monday 7th all the way until the end of exams on Friday 18th. The extra library-based study spaces are open 7:15am to 2am from Thursday 3rd until Friday 18th December.


Welfare Week Starts Monday 9th November

Essays and exams are tough on any student so for one week in November we run Welfare Week — a week-long programme of events to give you exam tips, relieve stress or even provide you with an excuse for a wee bit of procrastination. From the 9th of November GUSRC and some of our affiliated clubs and societies will be plying you with stress relieving activities to help you feel better during these dark times. We have a packed schedule of events planned for you all, so get involved. Keep us updated on social media via #StressReLeaf.


Student Teaching Awards Nominations Open!

The Student Teaching Awards are your chance to show the staff here at the University of Glasgow that the hard work they put in to teaching you is genuinely appreciated. There are 15 categories that cover all aspects of teaching at Glasgow and you can nominate as many members of staff as you like! So please visit the STAs page to view the categories and read the nomination information then fill out the online Nomination Form for the teaching staff who you feel have gone the extra mile this year! Remember to keep us in mind on social media with the hashtag #STA1516.

Glasgow University Students Representative Council. Printed: Sun, 14 Feb 2016 13:57:02 +0000