The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland has expressed a number of concerns about the Higher Education Governance (Scotland) Bill currently going before Parliament. Learn more about our response.
“It is more difficult to give away money intelligently than to earn it in the first place.” So said one of the fathers of modern philanthropy, Andrew Carnegie. As eight philanthropists prepare to receive the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy, learn more about Carnegie's vision of philanthropy in a video narrated by Tina Fey.
As National Arthritis Week 2015 takes place from 12th to 18th October, Carnegie Award recipient, Dr Gary Litherland (University of the West of Scotland) explains how his research into the molecular changes in osteo-arthritis might lead to a better understanding of the damage mechanisms of the disease and possible therapies.
Following the completion of the review process and the meetings of the two Selection Committees, 34 awards have been made under the Research Incentive Grant scheme.
We are delighted to see our Chair, Professor Anne Glover and two Trustees, Iain McMillan and Peter Downes recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
The Annual Report and Accounts for 2013-14 provide details of the Trust's grantmaking activities during the past financial year.