About his latest role, Mark Goudie said:
“Joining the board of the Glasgow Science Centre is a real honour and builds on my continued volunteering for the IET. This appointment provides an opportunity to give back to a Glasgow institution that has inspired and motivated people to engage with STEM – including myself.
“I joined the Glasgow Science Centre as it embarks on a strategy that has a bold ambition to bring inclusion and diversity into everything that they do. This perfectly aligns with their aim to motivate and encourage people of all ages, abilities and social backgrounds. This focus on inclusion, diversity and outreach are exactly what the STEM community needs.”
The Glasgow Science Centre attracts over 330,000 visitors to its exhibitions and events each year and regularly takes its activities on tour across Scotland. They offer a wide range of activities for all ages, ranging from community engagement and learning programmes to adult-only events. The centre has interactive exhibits and live science shows. They strive to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers through engaging with young people to make positive differences in their lives.