More than 200 guests gathered at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow to celebrate the second annual Global Game Changers Awards.
The awards, organised by The Herald and Innovators Magazine, recognise and reward impact towards the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and attracted double the entries on last year with submission received from 14 countries.
The Centre for Work-based Learning sponsored the Innovating in STEM Education and Training Award. The award went to the University of Strathclyde for its highly innovative and enthusiastic approach to reaching out to a whole range of individuals, including those who normally wouldn’t get a chance to participate in STEM education.
Centre Director David Coyne said: “Congratulations to the University of Strathclyde. Although the competition was tough, they are the deserved winners. The event was a great night enjoyed by all, and it’s fantastic to see such great innovation coming out of Scotland in particular. It reinforces and justifies our proud reputation in this area across the world.”