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Scotland’s lost earth-built heritage overlooked, study finds

A romanticised perception of Scotland’s historic buildings has left traditional earth-built homes - once inhabited by the majority of the population - underappreciated, according to University of Stirling academics.

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Scotland’s lost earth-built heritage overlooked, study finds

Stirling academic lands senior Royal Society role

David Bell, Professor of Economics - who has been an RSE Fellow since 2002 - will serve on the RSE's Council during the 2017/2018 session, starting next April.

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Stirling academic lands senior Royal Society role

Stirling hosts national television summit

Top UK television experts have gathered at the University of Stirling to debate the future of factual programming.

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Stirling hosts national television summit

Senior Swedish Government official visits campus

Students received a visit from a prominent alumnus when Sweden’s Deputy Finance Minister, Per Bolund, returned to the Stirling campus.

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Senior Swedish Government official visits campus

New study into Celtic FC founder Brother Walfrid

The impact of Celtic Football Club founder Brother Walfrid on social, cultural and religious identities in Scotland will form part of a new £25,000 study by the University of Stirling.

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New study into Celtic FC founder Brother Walfrid
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