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University of Stirling welcomes Norwegian heritage experts

University of Stirling welcomes Norwegian heritage experts

The University of Stirling is to host some of the world’s leading experts on heritage as it strengthens its international ties to the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU).

University of Stirling to lead third research network hub in British Academy pilot

University of Stirling to lead third research network hub in British Academy pilot

The British Academy has announced that the third and final hub of its Early-Career Researcher (ECR) Network – a two-year pilot programme for UK-based postdoctoral researchers in the humanities and social sciences – will be in Scotland.

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University of Stirling welcomes Norwegian heritage experts

The University of Stirling is to host some of the world’s leading experts on heritage as it strengthens its international ties to the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU).

University of Stirling welcomes Norwegian heritage experts

University of Stirling to lead third research network hub in British Academy pilot

The British Academy has announced that the third and final hub of its Early-Career Researcher (ECR) Network – a two-year pilot programme for UK-based postdoctoral researchers in the humanities and social sciences – will be in Scotland.

University of Stirling to lead third research network hub in British Academy pilot

New Dean announced for Stirling’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities

The University of Stirling has appointed Professor Kirstie Blair as its new Dean of its Faculty of Arts and Humanities.


New Dean announced for Stirling’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Stirling politics student recognised at NATO simulation event

A University of Stirling politics student has been recognised for her role in a NATO simulation exercise held at the Foreign Office.

Stirling politics student recognised at NATO simulation event

University gathers politics experts for public event on Ukraine war

Politics experts from the University of Stirling are hosting a public event this week to discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

University gathers politics experts for public event on Ukraine war

Researchers publish key guidelines for internet regulation

A new set of guidelines on internet regulation - published by philosophers from the University of Stirling - are aiming to support policy makers to tackle the spread of fake news and protect democratic debate online.

Researchers publish key guidelines for internet regulation

Stirling academics to lead international study on smart technology and consumer protection

Legal experts at the University of Stirling have launched a new study to ensure that consumer laws are as ‘smart’ as the emerging technologies that they regulate.

Stirling academics to lead international study on smart technology and consumer protection

New Stirling-led project to reflect on Billy Bremner’s career

The life and career of Scottish football legend Billy Bremner will be the focus of a new sports heritage project, led by the University of Stirling.

New Stirling-led project to reflect on Billy Bremner’s career

Journalism students tell the untold stories of climate change

Stirling journalism students are helping to tell the untold stories of the devastating impact of climate change thanks to a new international initiative.

Journalism students tell the untold stories of climate change

Research project to promote tolerance by reshaping history education

A new research project led by a University of Stirling academic is to shake-up the way British history is taught to school children and presented to the public in order to promote tolerance.

Research project to promote tolerance by reshaping history education