Stirling Management School news
The Forth Valley region must act immediately if it is to successfully address transport and economy challenges and lay the foundations for future growth and sustainability, according to a new report.
Social media posts that abuse female athletes can remain unmoderated on the official social media accounts of major sports clubs, new research has shown.
Scottish Conservative Shadow Education Secretary Liam Kerr MSP joined innovators, students and graduates to celebrate the University of Stirling’s Enterprise Day this week.
UK Government plans to safeguard the public when it comes to surveillance technologies will do the opposite, a new report warns.
New research suggests the fast-growing UK employee ownership sector is markedly outperforming the UK’s national productivity trend whilst simultaneously contributing to employee wellbeing, fair pay, community resilience and commitment to net zero.
A large-scale review of two key UK policy areas reveals that health outcomes are largely missing when it comes to shaping our urban centres.
Students from the University of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (UCASS) in Beijing are on campus as part of a unique doctorate programme being run jointly with Stirling Management School.
Scandal alone can't explain the crisis facing the Scottish National Party, according to a new report.
Adopting a new methodology approach could address concerns about student satisfaction surveys, according to new research.
Flora Horvath was among the first students for the double degree between Budapest Business University and the University of Stirling.
Experts at the University of Stirling have taken a deep dive into COVID-19 conspiracy theories in new research that aims to combat digital disinformation or ‘fake news’.
Recent changes to Scotland’s tax raising powers can’t be ignored, says University of Stirling economist
Changes today to Scotland’s tax raising powers come at a crucial time for the country’s economy, according to University of Stirling economist Professor David Bell.
Marie-Anne N’Guessan came to the University of Stirling on a mission – a very specific one: to learn the skills to run her own school for underprivileged children.
The Queen of Sweden and the former CEO of Mars have received honorary degrees from the University of Stirling.
A year after completing the Help to Grow: Management Course with the University of Stirling, David Bowmaker says it has transformed both the business and his outlook.
Standardising artificial intelligence (AI) across the world is a priority and we must act now, according to a leading risk expert advising the United Nations.
Four students of Stirling Management School have scooped prizes in a unique competition – with crypto currency as the reward.
University of Stirling academic Professor Leigh Sparks, an international expert in retail, has been named a top influencer in his field.
Stirling Management School welcomed the first students on its postgraduate dual degrees to campus in the spring 2023 semester.
A group of University of Stirling experts in criminology, sociology, law and management is behind a call for improvements to policing technologies in Scotland.
Researchers at the University of Stirling are looking for frequent visitors to the The National Wallace Monument to take part in a tourism study.
On Wednesday 8 February Stirling welcomed Stirling Management School Honorary Professor Russell Napier to campus where he gave his annual guest lecture, titled “Twenty One Lessons For Investors From Financial History, For The Way We Live Now”.
Stirling Management School hosted a visit by Associate Professor Dr. Kevin MacGabhann, Managing Director of the HERMES Association, and Director of International Relations at EM Strasbourg Business School.
University of Stirling graduate Elizaveta Frolova shared her story of start-up success this week at a gathering at the Scottish Parliament.
University of Stirling experts are setting out key recommendations to boost Scotland’s videogame industry.
The University of Stirling is today celebrating the graduation of students from its programmes delivered at the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM).
There is widespread public support for Scottish police to wear body cameras when attending incidents, but certain pitfalls must be avoided, new research highlights.
Family caregivers in the UK were marginalised during the pandemic, and vulnerable older people were let down by the health system, a new study has found.
Commonwealth Games-bound cyclist, Finn Crockett, took some time out the saddle this week – swapping Lycra for academic robes – as he graduated from the University of Stirling.
A Clackmannanshire businessman says he’s expecting a growth in turnover of £1.5 million in three years thanks to a business growth course delivered by the University of Stirling Management School.
A team of academics from the University of Stirling has been funded to study the success of a pioneering digital inclusion programme rolled out in care homes during the pandemic
A University of Stirling lecturer has been appointed to review the academic standard of economics degrees throughout the UK.
The University of Stirling Management School (SMS) has partnered with the prestigious Budapest Business School (BBS) to offer students the chance to study in Scotland and Hungary and graduate with two degrees.
The University of Stirling Management School (SMS) has appointed its first Digital Entrepreneur in Residence to help students and staff prepare for ‘Industry 4.0’.
The University of Stirling Management School (SMS) has welcomed an international risk management expert as a new Honorary Professor.
A new multi-million-pound intergenerational research centre at the University of Stirling will provide pioneering solutions to the challenges posed by an ageing global population.
The University of Stirling Management School has appointed a second Entrepreneur in Residence to support students, staff and alumni with practical advice and mentorship for their business ambitions.
The University of Stirling Management School has launched a training programme for managers across Scotland to help small and medium-sized businesses develop growth strategies and improve performance as they recover from the pandemic.
The University of Stirling Management School is celebrating this week after winning the Athena SWAN Bronze award for gender equality in higher education.
British Olympian Duncan Scott swapped his swimming gear for a scroll this week after graduating from the University of Stirling.
A mother and daughter are celebrating after graduating together from the University of Stirling.
As the Queen prepares to officially mark her birthday this Saturday, researchers at the University of Stirling are launching a study into the centuries-old tradition of giving gifts to the British royal family.
University of Stirling Management School and Porto Business School to partner on a new ‘dual degree’
University of Stirling Management School has partnered with Porto Business School to offer students the chance to study at both institutions and graduate with two degrees.
A finance expert from the University of Stirling has warned that movements in the bond markets, which predicted last year’s recession, indicate that inflation is set to rise in the near future.
Stirling Management School has been re-accredited with membership of the Small Business Charter, in recognition of its mission to focus on business growth and entrepreneurship.
Economic experts have warned that the fiscal frameworks of the UK’s devolved governments must be made more robust to future crises and better able to support COVID-19 recovery.
New research from the University of Stirling shows that the change in UK regulation of the AstraZeneca vaccine – recommending an alternative for those under 30 – has had no effect on the general public’s intention to get vaccinated.
Setting yourself goals is the key to successfully saving money, according to a new study from experts at the University of Stirling.
The University of Stirling is launching a bespoke management training programme for Scottish businesses, after being selected to partner on a £520 million UK Government initiative.
New research from the University of Stirling has shown that the suspension of the AstraZeneca vaccination had no effect on the UK general public’s intention of getting the vaccination.