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International Women’s Week: Lady Hazel Cosgrove
Throughout her professional career, Lady Cosgrove has championed values that are central to the ethos of both the QMU and the University of Glasgow, such as championing women’s equality and working to improve mental health provision in Scotland.
International Women’s Week: Bethany Garry
Bethany has worked tirelessly to promote gender equality in the union. Her success makes her an excellent role model, and as the leader of juniors she has always ensured that every woman who wants to speak is given the opportunity to do so.
International Women’s Week: Anne Blyth
After nearly 100 years of GUSA’s existence, Anne Blyth was elected president after her third year of medicine. At a time where both the unions were still single sex, she had to sneak into the beer bar dressed as a man just to hear herself elected. Anne is also the only GUSA President to have never sat on the GUU board, as her male Vice President had to take this role for her.
International Women’s Week: Marion Gilchrist
As part of IWW we will be sharing a series of blog posts to profile individuals, teams or initiatives that contributed to gender equality or #BeBoldForChange.
Suicide prevention: GUSRC announce new initiative
Glasgow University SRC announces new training initiative to deliver “Mind Your Mate” suicide prevention training.