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Chair John Cavanagh thanks Bob Holman for his talk at the December meeting of the Colloquium with Robert Allan who gave the vote of thanks.
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Colloquium  Dinner 2011/12    
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The Stanley Nisbet Lecture 2012/13 was given by Dr Richard Holloway.
The Lecture: All That Jazz: Improvising Ethics Today.
Colloquium Dinner 2013/14
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Colloquium Meeting on the 06-02-2014
The guest speaker was Dr Sue Ellis, Reader in Education, University of Strathclyde.               
Subject: "Poverty and Literacy Attainment in Scotland:
Issues for teachers, researchers and education leaders"
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Colloquium Meeting Thusday 6th March, 2014 

The guest speaker was Mr George Anderson,
Communications Manager,Sistema Scotland.

Subject: "Transforming Lives with Music"
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Photos from the Opening Dinner 9th October 2014 with guest speaker,

Alexander (Sandy) Stoddart.

Her Majesty's Sculptor in Ordinary in Scotland.


Photos from Thursday 6th November meeting

with

Joan Parr


Portfolio Manager for Education,

Learning and Young People,


Creative Scotland. www.creativescotland.com

  

Topic:  “Creativity in Learning.”

Professor Donald Gillies, Chair of the Educational  Colloquium

Professor Iain Smith Speaker for the Opening Dinner of the Colloquium 2015/16

The Bridie Library venue for the Educational Colloquium Opening Dinner 2015/16

Photos from the 2015/16 opening dinner in the Bridie Library with Guest speaker Professor Iain Smith, former Dean of the faculty of Education, University of Strathclyde.

Also in attendance for the first time, Professor Trevor Gale, Head of School of Education, University of Glasgow along with members and guests of the Educational Colloquium.


The dinner was held as always in the Bridie Library at the Glasgow University Union.


This year we also had for the first time pupils and senior staff of Clydebank High School and St Peter the Apostle High School, Clydebank. (See Photos Below) This was to present an award to two pupils from each  school. The Malcolm L. MacKenzie award for excellence in Education was awarded to students that have been judged by senior staff in these schools to have made significant academic progress in the face of challenges and be individuals who would benefit from pursuing their careers in further or higher education. To read more of this award please visit the Malcolm L. MacKenzie Award page


Mr Frank Pignatelli and Mrs Pignatelli along with Professor Donald Gillies (Colloquium Chair) presenting the awards to the pupils of Clydebank High School, Sophia Cocozza and Ross Elder with Acting Head Teacher David Docherty and from St Peter the Apostle High School Clydebank, Evelyn Mattaka and Jordan Murray along with Linda Booth Head Teacher.

The James Bridie Library in the Glasgow University Union is named for the playwright OH Mavor (1888-1951), a Glasgow graduate and Union stalwart who wrote under the pseudonym

James Bridie.


(LtoR) Professor Iain Smith, Opening Dinner Speaker, Professor Donald Gillies, Chair of the Colloquium and Professor Trevor Gale, Head of School of Education Glasgow University.


Ms Angela Pignatelli with Katie Young and Jack McKinlay pupils of Clydebank High School two of the recipitents of the 2016 Malcolm MacKenzie award.

Ms Pignatelli was presenting the awards on behalf of her father Mr Frank Pignatelli who has very kindly gifted the awards in memory of Malcolm MacKenzie.


Katie Young and Jack McKinlay with Head teacher Jacqui Nyman of Clydebank High School.

Ms Angela Pignatelli with Katie Young and Jack McKinlay pupils of Clydebank High School two of the recipitents of the 2016 Malcolm MacKenzie award.

Ms Pignatelli was presenting the awards on behalf of her father Mr Frank Pignatelli who has very kindly gifted the awards in memory of Malcolm MacKenzie.


Daniel Hunter and Louise Gallacher with Head Teacher Linda Booth of St Peter the Apostle High School Clydebank.

At our 2016/17 Opening dinner again this year we also had pupils and senior staff of Clydebank High School and St Peter the Apostle High School, Clydebank. (See Photos Above) This was to present the Malcolm MacKenzie award to two pupils from each  school. The awards were presented by Ms Angela Pignatelli on behalf of Mr Frank Pignatelli who has generously gifted the awards in memory of Mr Malcolm L. MacKenzie.


The Malcolm L. MacKenzie award for excellence in Education was awarded to students that have been judged by senior staff in these schools to have made significant academic progress in the face of challenges and be individuals who would benefit from pursuing their careers in further or higher education.


To read more of this award please visit the Malcolm L. MacKenzie Award page


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