Category Archives: Crichton Campus

That a Principal Should Have Principals

What do you think of the Pricipals views:- ‘We are not just running away’ But many staff and students believe that’s exactly what is happening. Currently dozens of staff stand to lose their jobs, and the current intake of students … Continue reading

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* Barry Allen April 3rd, 2007 at 6:46 am · Edit I have seen no comments in reference to the proposed withdrawal of Glasgow University from the Crichton Campus at Dumfries that concern the unique nature within the UK system, … Continue reading

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Principal Faces Crichton Critics

  Glasgow University principal Sir Muir Russell has met with staff and students on the Crichton campus in Dumfries. It followed the institution’s decision to halt undergraduate admissions on the site from September this year. He emphasised to everyone on … Continue reading

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TUESDAY, 20TH MARCH, 7pm. The Principal of Glasgow University, Sir Muir Russell, is due to speak at Easterbrook Hall, Crichton Campus in Dumfries on Tuesday 20th March. His topic, unbelieveably, is on extending access to higher education, exactly in the … Continue reading

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Glasgow University Workplace Bulletin Issue One

Issue one

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http://tinyurl.com/3992kd Uni boss gets grilling Mar 16 2007 By Craig Robertson THE MAN in charge of Glasgow University’s Crichton withdrawal came under fire during a business debate on Monday night. Sir Muir Russell was “put on the spot” by a … Continue reading

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Dumfries & Galloway Standard Article

Uni chiefs stand firm Mar 14 2007   By Craig Robertson     FRESH talks are set to take place this week in a bid to overcome the stalemate in the Crichton cash crisis. But Glasgow University chiefs have not … Continue reading

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