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Stirling student is the first female judoka to compete at the Olympics for Trinidad and Tobago

A University of Stirling sports scholar will this month become the first woman – and second person ever – to represent Trinidad and Tobago in judo at the Olympics.

Stirling student is the first female judoka to compete at the Olympics for Trinidad and Tobago

Olympic swimming star celebrates graduation ahead of Tokyo Games

British Olympian Duncan Scott swapped his swimming gear for a scroll this week after graduating from the University of Stirling.

Olympic swimming star celebrates graduation ahead of Tokyo Games

Grandson of former Scotland boss Craig Brown sets sights on a future in football after graduating from Stirling

The grandson and namesake of former Scotland manager Craig Brown has set his sights on a future in professional football after graduating from the University of Stirling.

Grandson of former Scotland boss Craig Brown sets sights on a future in football after graduating from Stirling

Lockdown led to positive lifestyle changes in older people

The COVID-19 lockdown was a catalyst for many older people to embrace technology, reconnect with friends and build new relationships with neighbours, according to University of Stirling research.

Lockdown led to positive lifestyle changes in older people

New alcohol policy research network launched across UK and Ireland

A new network for alcohol policy researchers in the UK and Ireland has officially launched today, led by the University of Stirling’s Professor Niamh Fitzgerald and Trinity College Dublin’s Professor Joe Barry.

New alcohol policy research network launched across UK and Ireland