June 2017 news
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The University of Stirling’s reputation for sporting excellence continues to flourish after seven student athletes were selected for this year’s World University Games in Chinese Taipei, 19 – 30 August.
University of Stirling FC has today (30 June) announced that one of its longest serving players, Chris Geddes, will become head coach for the 2017/18 season.
Two new innovative degree programmes aimed at creating ‘work ready’ graduates for Scotland’s life science and tourism sectors have reached an important milestone.
More than 750 graduates from the faculties of Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences celebrated their achievements on the final day of the University of Stirling’s 50th anniversary summer graduation ceremonies.
People tend to change the pitch of their voice depending on who they are talking to, and how dominant they feel, a study by the University of Stirling has found.
More than 800 graduates celebrated their achievements on the first day of the University of Stirling’s 50th anniversary summer graduation ceremonies.
Almost 50 students will begin degree courses this year after graduating from a University of Stirling access to higher education programme.
Two new reports launched involving the University of Stirling highlight the important role that GPs have in raising the issue of alcohol use in GP consultations.
Leaders from the worlds of golf, sports psychology, the arts and education, will receive honorary degrees at the University of Stirling’s summer graduation ceremonies this month.
Reforming the Scottish Parliament may help to ‘improve’ devolution, according to a University of Stirling academic.
University of Stirling expertise will contribute to a major inquiry into Scotland’s energy future.
Flying a plane should come with a health warning, according to research led by the University of Stirling.
The University of Stirling has welcomed international researchers, policymakers and practitioners to a major European conference on curriculum studies.
Shops should be transformed to drive customers towards buying healthy food and drink, according to a report by University of Stirling academics.
It was almost a clean sweep for Stirling at the Scottish Student Sport Awards this week as athletes and coaches claimed the titles of Team, Male Athlete and Coach of the Year at the governing body’s flagship annual event.
University of Stirling Olympian Ross Murdoch, put his tennis skills to the test this week as he helped launch the University Sports Centre’s summer membership campaign.
As part of the Channel 4 food and science series, Food Unwrapped, an aquaculture expert from the University of Stirling has shown how nature has a solution to a major salmon production problem.
An analysis of the Twittersphere conducted by University of Stirling researchers over the past week has uncovered people’s feelings towards the two main UK political parties.
One of the world’s leading sports surgeons, Professor Gordon Mackay, has signed a three year sponsorship deal with the University of Stirling football teams.
International experts in the design of environments for people with dementia have gathered at the University of Stirling to attend a masterclass hosted by the Dementia Services Development Centre.
The University of Stirling’s Dementia Services Development Centre has announced the development of a ground-breaking new app to help improve workplaces, public buildings and homes for people living with dementia.