Supporting students and academics interested in Cannabis and the fields of Cannabis research, activism, and science.

Through a series of interdisciplinary talks and lectures by researchers, activists and scientists in the cannabis field, we hope to provide education surrounding cannabis research, activism and science. We aim to educate individuals about the potential role of medical cannabis in treating conditions such as anxiety, chronic pain, cancer, depression, epilepsy, inflammatory diseases, multiple sclerosis, muscle spasms and reducing nausea and vomiting for patients undergoing chemotherapy. Our society hopes to draw attention to the impact prohibition has had on our members, especially students of the BAME community by inviting specialists in this field to speak at our conferences, and by providing a safe space for students at the university to talk about their own experiences and those of their friends and family members.

Notifications of upcoming events are to be found on our Instagram Page, on our Whatsapp Group and via our mailing list.

Explore our Linktree for all society related material.


Join the Team

Join the team and be part of a dynamic and exciting group of individuals dedicated to promoting education and awareness about cannabis. We are currently seeking passionate and motivated students to fill various positions, including:

  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Publicity Director
  • Outreach Director
  • Research Director
  • Activism Director
  • Science Director
  • Music Director
  • Creativity Director
  • Community Director
  • Charity Director
  • or a custom position based around what you are interested in

As a member of the GRASS team, you will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience, while also helping to shape the direction and vision of the society. Apply now by filling out our Candidate Form to become part of the cannabis community at Glasgow University!

Explore our BoardPositionLinktree for all team recruitment related material.


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