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Teaching at the University began in the chapterhouse of Glasgow Cathedral , subsequently moving to nearby Rottenrow , in a building known as the "Auld Pedagogy".
The University was given 13 acres 5. Remnants of this Scottish Renaissance building, mainly parts of the main facade, were transferred to the Gilmorehill campus and renamed as the "Pearce Lodge", after Sir William Pearce , the shipbuilding magnate who funded its preservation.
The Lion and Unicorn Staircase was also transferred from the old college site and is now attached to the Main Building.
John Anderson , while professor of natural philosophy at the university, and with some opposition from his colleagues, pioneered vocational education for working men and women during the Industrial Revolution.
To continue this work in his will, he founded Anderson's College , which was associated with the university before merging with other institutions to become the University of Strathclyde in In October , the university court voted for the University to become the first academic institution in Europe to divest from the fossil fuel industry.
The University is currently spread over a number of different campuses. The main one is the Gilmorehill campus, in Hillhead. The University's initial accommodation including Glasgow University Library   was part of the complex of religious buildings in the precincts of Glasgow Cathedral.
In , the University received a grant of land from James, Lord Hamilton, on the east side of the High Street , immediately north of the Blackfriars Church, on which it had its home for the next four hundred years.
In the mid-seventeenth century, the Hamilton Building was replaced with a very grand two-court building with a decorated west front facing the High Street, called the "Nova Erectio", or New Building.
This foundation is widely considered to have been one of the finest 17th century buildings in Scotland. Decorated fragments from it, including a complete exterior stairway, were rescued and built into its 19th century replacement.
In Sir Walter Scott 's best-selling novel Rob Roy , set at the time of the Jacobite rising of , the lead character fights a duel in the New Building grounds before the contest is broken up by Rob Roy MacGregor.
Over the following centuries, the University's size and scope continued to expand. In it built the Macfarlane Observatory and later Scotland's first public museum, the Hunterian.
It was a centre of the Scottish Enlightenment and subsequently of the Industrial Revolution , and its expansion in the High Street was constrained.
The area around the University declined as well-off residents moved westwards with expansion of the city and overcrowding of the immediate area by less well-off residents.
It was this rapid slumming of the area that was a chief catalyst of the University's migration westward.
The largest of these buildings echoed, on a far grander scale, the original High Street campus's twin- quadrangle layout, and may have been inspired by Ypres ' late medieval cloth hall ; Gilmorehill in turn inspired the design of the Clocktower complex of buildings for the new University of Otago in New Zealand.
In , Gilbert Scott's son, Oldrid , completed this original vision by building an open undercroft forming two quadrangles, above which is his grand Bute Hall used for examinations and graduation ceremonies , named after its donor, John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute.
The building also forms the second-largest example of Gothic revival architecture in Britain, after the Palace of Westminster.
Even these enlarged premises could not contain the expanding University, which quickly spread across much of Gilmorehill.
The s saw the construction of the award-winning round Reading Room it is now a category-A listed building and an aggressive programme of house purchases, in which the University fearing the surrounding district of Hillhead was running out of suitable building land acquired several terraces of Victorian houses and joined them together internally.
The departments of Psychology, Computing Science and most of the Arts Faculty continue to be housed in these terraces.
More buildings were built to the west of the Main Building, developing the land between University Avenue and the River Kelvin with natural science buildings and the faculty of medicine.
The medical school spread into neighbouring Partick and joined with the Western Infirmary. The growth and prosperity of the city, which had originally forced the University's relocation to Hillhead , again proved problematic when more real estate was required.
The university later moved its sports ground and associated facilities to Garscube and also built student halls of residence in both Garscube and Maryhill.
The growth of tertiary education, as a result of the Robbins Report in the s, led the University to build numerous modern buildings across Hillhead, including several brutalist concrete blocks: Other additions around this time, including the new glass-lined Glasgow University Library , Rankine Building for Civil Engineering named for William John Macquorn Rankine and the amber-brick Gregory Building housing the Geology department , were more in keeping with Gilmorehill's leafy suburban architecture.
The erection of these buildings in the late s however involved the demolition of a large number of houses in Ashton Road, and rerouting the west end of University Avenue to its current position.
To cater for the expanding student population, a new refectory , known as the Hub, was opened adjacent to the library in The Glasgow University Union also had an extension completed in and the new Queen Margaret Union building opened in In October the century-old Bower Building previously home to the university's botany department was gutted by fire.
The interior and roof of the building were largely destroyed, though the main facade remained intact. The Wolfson Medical School Building , with its award-winning glass-fronted atrium, opened in ,  and in , the St Andrews Building was opened, housing the what is now the School of Education.
It is sited a short walk from Gilmorehill, in the Woodlands area of the city on the site of the former Queens College, which had in turn been bought by Glasgow Caledonian University , from whom the university acquired the site.
It replaced the St Andrews Campus in Bearsden. The University also procured the former Hillhead Congregational Church, converting it into a lecture theatre in The University Chapel was constructed as a memorial to the sons of the University who had lost their lives in the First World War.
Designed by Sir John Burnet , it was completed in and dedicated on 4 October. Tablets on the wall behind the Communion Table list the names of those who died, while other tablets besides the stalls record the members of the University community who gave their lives in the Second World War.
Most of the windows are the work of Douglas Strachan , although some have been added over the years, including those on the South Wall, created by Alan Younger.
Daily services are held in the Chapel during term-time, as well as seasonal events. Graduates, students, members of staff and the children of members of staff are entitled to be married in the Chapel, which is also used for baptisms and funerals.
Civil marriages and civil partnerships may be blessed in the Chapel, although under UK law may not be performed there.
Situated over 12 floors, it hosts more than 3 million books and journals, as well as providing access to an extensive range of electronic resources including over 51, electronic journals.
It also houses sections for periodicals, microfilms, special collections and rare materials. There are study spaces for more than 2, students, with over computers, and wi-fi access is available throughout the building.
In addition to the main library, subject libraries also exist for Medicine, Chemistry, Dental Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Education, Law, and the faculty of Social Sciences, which are held in branch libraries around the campus.
The Archives of the University of Glasgow are the central place of deposit for the records of the University, created and accumulated since its foundation in The University opened a campus in the town of Dumfries in Dumfries and Galloway during the s.
The Crichton campus , designed to meet the needs for tertiary education in an area far from major concentrations of population, is operated jointly by the University of Glasgow, the University of the West of Scotland and the Open University.
It offers a modular undergraduate curriculum, leading to one of a small number of liberal arts degrees, as well as providing the region's only access to postgraduate study.
As well as these teaching campuses the University has halls of residence in and around the North-West of the city, accommodating a total of approximately 3, students.
In recent years, Dalrymple House and Horslethill halls in Dowanhill , Reith halls in North Kelvinside and the Maclay halls in Park Circus near Kelvingrove Park , have closed and been sold, as the development value of such property increased.
The Stevenson Building on Gilmorehill, opened in and provides students with the use of a fitness suite, squash courts, sauna and six-lane metre swimming pool.
This is a new facility, replacing the previous Westerlands sports ground in the Anniesland area of the city, which was sold for housing. In common with the other ancient universities of Scotland the University's constitution is laid out in the Universities Scotland Acts.
These Acts create a tripartite structure of bodies: There is also a clear separation between governance and executive administration.
The University's constitution, academic regulations, and appointments are authoritatively described in the University calendar,  while other aspects of its story and constitution are detailed in a separate "history" document.
There are several officers of the university. The role of each involves management of the operations of Glasgow.
He awards all degrees , although this duty is generally carried out by the Vice-Chancellor, appointed by him.
All students at the University are eligible to vote in the election of the Rector officially styled "Lord Rector" , who holds office for a three-year term and chairs the University Court.
In , for the first time in its history, the University was left without a Rector as no nominations were received.
When the elections were run in December, Mordechai Vanunu was chosen for the post,  even though he was unable to attend due to restrictions placed upon him by the Israeli government.
Day-to-day management of the University is undertaken by the University Principal who is also Vice-Chancellor. There are also several Vice-Principals, each with a specific remit.
They, along with the Clerk of Senate, play a major role in the day-to-day management of the University. The governing body of the University is the University Court , which is responsible for contractual matters, employing staff, and all other matters relating to finance and administration.
The Court takes decisions about the deployment of resources as well as formulating strategic plans for the university.
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