Queen Margaret has a proud history of achievement and progress extending for over a century. Founded in 1875, the institution has always been driven by the highest ideals and purposes, focusing on contributing in practical ways to improving the quality of human life and serving the community. Its staff are dedicated to delivering vocational and professional learning and specialising in research which is of value to the community and enhances peoples lives. In January 2007, Queen Margaret was granted full university title, resulting in a change of name from Queen Margaret University College to Queen Margaret University and confirming the institutions long established position as a university level institution. Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh is committed to providing thoroughly relevant teaching and research. Our research is focused on making a real practical impact on everyday life, and our courses are designed to produce well prepared, well rounded and flexible graduates. We have widely recognised expertise in the areas of health and rehabilitation; sustainable business and creativity and culture. In this section of our website, you can find out about the history of the university, along with information about governance, the Principal and Vice-Chancellor, the senior management team and our collaborative partners. Queen Margaret Universitys mission is to enhance the well-being of individuals and the communities we serve through socially and economically relevant education and research. This mission is enhanced by our strong commitment to economic, social and environmental sustainability. We will be increasingly known for demonstrating economic and social relevance in the following ways: We will be known for delivering inter-professional education and research that has the well-being of the person in mind at all times. This will be achieved through inter-disciplinary working and research. Our inter-professional education and research will allow us to work within and across academic and practice areas, cross-fertilizing thinking and facilitating the development of joined-up solutions. Our inter-disciplinary approach will help encourage professional groups to work better together for the benefit of others.
The following is the list of scholars from Queen Margaret University who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences