Further to my previous blog post, a new TV programme Brian Cox’s Russia will air on BBC2 Scotland tonight, Tuesday 18th April. In the documentary, Brian Cox will investigate the Scots who have made an impact on Russia’s history. … Read More ›
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Professor Alexander John Haddow was a medical entomologist and researcher in the field of insect-borne diseases. His papers include 25 years’ worth of methodical data collection and analysis of mosquito biting behaviour, whilst working with the East African Virus Research… Read More ›
Entertainment is an awkward word to define, the main difficulty being, that some fail to appreciate what others call entertainment. – Marcia Mackeand, QMU Convener of Entertainments 1961-62. (DC240/5/2/6) Since its foundations in 1890, the Queen Margaret Union has offered students… Read More ›
March 8th marks International Women’s Day, a day that celebrates the social, cultural, economic and political achievements of women worldwide. This year’s campaigning theme is Be Bold For Change, so we thought it appropriate to showcase some of the University’s… Read More ›
The 7th of January marks the University’s official Birthday, when Pope Nicholas V issued the Bull that granted the permission for our foundation! Since 2017 is the Scottish Government’s Year of History, Heritage, and Archaeology we thought we would share… Read More ›