It’s over 210 years since Professor John Anderson’s legacy established what is now the University of Strathclyde.
Strathclyde is ‘the place of useful learning’ - this ethos dates directly from Professor Anderson, who was considered quite a revolutionary among university academics of his day. Committed to education for the working men and women of Glasgow, he articulated, loudly and clearly, the link he perceived between education and economic growth and prosperity. He was determined that no institution with which he was concerned should ever discriminate against someone because of their religion, race or gender.
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