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Don’t miss a trick with free bridge session

A free Bridge session is being offered to local residents, staff and students, as part of a University of Stirling research project into the health and well-being benefits of playing the card game.

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Don’t miss a trick with free bridge session

Innovative approach to repeat offending shows promise

The Aberdeen Problem-Solving Approach, which aims to reduce the use of custodial sentences and cut reoffending for persistent offenders, has the potential to be extended to other areas, after a new report published today said it “shows promise”.

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Innovative approach to repeat offending shows promise

‘Generation rent’ suffer mental health issues

Being forced to live long-term in private rented housing is impacting negatively on young people’s mental health a new study, led by University of Stirling academic Dr Kim McKee, has found.

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‘Generation rent’ suffer mental health issues

Education experts team up with children’s mental health charity

Education experts from the University of Stirling team up with children’s mental health charity Place2Be to help future generations of teachers in Scotland support their students.

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Education experts team up with children’s mental health charity

Experts gather to discuss the ethical collection and use of student data

Data experts gather at the University of Stirling to discuss the ethics behind the collection and use of student data in higher education.

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Experts gather to discuss the ethical collection and use of student data
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