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How to win at sports using maths

8 Mar 2018

This lecture is part of a series of public lectures organised by Computing Science and Mathematics, University of Stirling.

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Life in data - data literacy and social change

22 Mar 2018

This lecture is part of a series of public lectures organised by Computing Science and Mathematics, University of Stirling.

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Science Fair

17 Mar 2018

The University of Stirling invites you to their fabulous Science Fair. We will host a series of hands on activities run jointly by the Faculties of Natural Sciences, Health Sciences and Sport and colleagues from Forth Valley College in conjunction with Science

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Japan Week Film Season: Sword of the Stranger

12 Mar 2018

The Japan Foundation’s annual touring film programme returns in 2018 with an enlightening showcase of Japanese cinema through the narrative framework of “secrets and lies”, a theme both universal and prevalent in world cinema.

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Japan Week Film Season: Oh Lucy!

26 Mar 2018

The Japan Foundation’s annual touring film programme returns in 2018 with an enlightening showcase of Japanese cinema through the narrative framework of “secrets and lies”, a theme both universal and prevalent in world cinema.

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Postgraduate Open Day

28 Mar 2018

By attending our new Postgraduate Open Day, you'll be able to explore our stunning campus, learn more about our diverse range of Masters courses and spend invaluable time with our staff and students to get a taste of what life at Stirling is really like.

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International Women's Day: Equalities – making the implicit explicit within complex organisations

5 Mar 2018

With a current international focus on equalities issues, how do we begin to operationalise desired equalities outcomes within complex organisations? Do we have an equalities culture within our organisation in terms of the values it espouses? And what practical steps do we need to consider to make our equalities goals a reality? Johanna Boyd, who will lead the discussion in her key note speech, was a barrister for 10 years specialising in public and human rights law at a leading set of London Chambers.

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International Women's Day: Celebrating Stirling’s Academic Women: 6 Individual Stories

7 Mar 2018

This event is being hosted by Stirling’s Institutional Athena SWAN Group to recognise International Women’s Day (IWD). Despite the strong and growing global movement of advocacy, activism and support for gender parity, much remains to be done. The annual IWD theme of Press for Progress emphasizes this. Celebrating the success, resilience and struggle of individual women is part of this recognition for us here at Stirling.

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Sensuous Scholarship: The Senses and Politics in Social Justice Research with Vulnerable Populations

1 Mar 2018

Sensuous Scholarship: The Senses and Politics in Social Justice Research with Vulnerable Populations

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About Africa: in pictures

14 Mar 2017

Film director Harry Hook tells the dynamic and fascinating story of Africa's human migration from countryside to the city - an epic journey of cultural change as seen and told from a lifetime photographing Africa.

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Hetherington Lecture 2018 - Being there. War corresponding in the 21st century

21 Mar 2017

The University of Stirling invites you to attend the 2018 Hetherington Lecture by Lindsey Hilsum, Foreign editor of Channel 4 News.

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Democracy in Times of Dementia

28 Mar 2018

In his talk, Dr Jared Sonnicksen will reflect on how core democratic values, participation and representation, will be fundamentally challenged by dementia.

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