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Challenges of our Time

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Join us during our 50th anniversary year for a series of talks and discussions on issues viewed as the Challenges of our Time. Through them, we will showcase the University’s research and impact, and our significant achievements within the last 50 years

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Families' Welcome Reception

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We are delighted to welcome you to the University of Stirling and invite you to attend our Welcome Reception for new students and their families.

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Global Challenges in Cultural Heritage

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Cultural heritage faces an array of challenges, many of which are replicated across the world. Whilst local circumstances vary, there are opportunities to share experiences and collaborate in finding solutions.

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James Hogg printing workshop with reading by author James Robertson

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This event is held in conjunction with the James Hogg in the World exhibition which is on display at the University of Stirling between May and August 2017. This exhibition depicts James Hogg as a Scottish writer of international stature and importance.

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Students’ Union Sabbatical reunion

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This reunion event will be open to all former Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Sports Presidents, Honorary Presidents and Trustees.

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Open Day

Come in, we're open!

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Spring Art Lecture: Photography in Scotland and the mysterious fact

Join us for our Spring Art Lecture Photography in Scotland and the mysterious fact: 40 years of Stills with Ben Harman, Director of Stills Centre for Photography, Edinburgh.

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James Hogg in the World exhibition

James Hogg (1770-1835), also known as “The Ettrick Shepherd,” lived and worked for most of his life in Ettrick Forest in the Scottish Borders.

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TODAY ONLY! Pre-graduation photography

Why not take advantage of our pre-graduation photography session?

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Stills at Stirling exhibition

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The exhibition includes new work by Scottish photographers Mhairi Law and David Grinly as well as images by some of the best-known photographers of the 19th and 20th centuries, including: Ansel Adams, Robert Mapplethorpe, Julia Margaret Cameron and Edward Weston.

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