May 2018

Nursing 2018: A Celebration

8 May 2018

Join the University of Stirling and NHS Forth Valley for a celebration of nursing and student nursing, featuring a great range of speakers and performances!

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Festival of Museums: 1967

19 May 2018

As part of the Festival of Museums weekend the Art Collection are celebrating 50 years of the University of Stirling and all things 1960s.

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45th Dumyat Hill Race

9 May 2018

The Dumyat Hill Race is a popular fixture on the hill running calendar, providing a fun, challenging event set around the University of Stirling campus. It also doubles as the Scottish Student Sport Hill Running Championship and Scottish Hill Running Race. The race has become a great tradition and a bucket list event for all University of Stirling students and staff. This race is ideal for all levels, from those attempting their first hill race to the more experienced hill runner.

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Kindergarten Open Day

11 May 2018

Our open day is dedicated to all parents, current and future, as well as students who are interested in Child Development. Come along to learn about the latest findings of the research activities carried out at the Kindergarten and visit our facilities to find out how the Kindergarten can be a place for your child to learn and grow.

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Inaugural Lecture: Biominerals the Hard Part of Multidisciplinary Research

3 May 2018

Maggie Cusack is Professor of Biomineralisation, Dean of Natural Sciences at the University of Stirling and Vice President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Her biomineral research includes environmental aspects such as ocean acidification and climate proxies. From a PhD in protein biochemistry where she studied the sweetest substance known, she moved to geosciences to explore the role of proteins in mineral formation.

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Inaugural Lecture: Changing the Future of Ageing

2 May 2018

People are living longer. Extra years of life can be enjoyed, or be characterised by sadness, loss of independence, social isolation and poor health. Concerns about population ageing are not new.

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Science Rocks

16 May 2018

This year, the University of Stirling is hosting Pint of Science in Stirling for the first time.

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Nature vs nurture vs drugs

14 May 2018

This year, the University of Stirling is hosting Pint of Science in Stirling for the first time.

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