Postgraduate Open Day
Explore our stunning campus, learn more about our diverse range of Masters and research degrees, Professional Doctorates and PhD courses and spend invaluable time with our staff and students to get a taste of what life at Stirling is really like.
For one day only the Art Collection will be hosting the Travelling Gallery. The Gallery is showcasing a new solo exhibition Black Box Take Stock by Glasgow-based artist Gordon Douglas.
Why is wage growth so weak?
Back by popular demand, the School's eminent economist, Professor David (Danny) Blanchflower will be returning to Stirling to share his views on the topic: 'Why is wage growth so weak?’.
Business Gateway - Change is the only constant
We live in a world that is constantly changing. New business models and new businesses disrupt markets. Macroeconomic issues like Brexit and trade wars affect us all. Digital technology is changing the way we do things and what we do.
CHALLENGE DEBATE: AUTUMN 2018 - Do we have a moral responsibility to save the planet?
The University of Stirling, in partnership with the Friends of Logie Kirk, is hosting a debate focusing on the impact of climate change. What can we do as individuals to make a difference, and do we have a moral responsibility to save the planet?
The Future of Journalism and Democracy
The future of quality journalism and healthy democracy are inextricably linked. In the era of fake news, there are signs of profound stress and strain within each of these spheres. In his inaugural lecture, Professor Adrian Hadland considers the state - and future - of journalism and democracy.
Film screening - A View of Love/Un Balcon sur la mer
A View of Love/Un Balcon sur la mer (2010) is a romantic mystery film about three French children who left Algeria very suddenly during the last violent months of the War of Independence in 1962.
Photographer talk: The European Dream
Anna Pantelia is an award-winning photojournalist and the Field Communications Manager for Medicins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders). She was the official photographer for CERN between 2012-2014.
Participation in Decision Making in Educational Settings
This event – organized through the Stirling Network for Curriculum Studies – will afford an opportunity to learn about the research, the links to current policy, and a chance to critically appraise and reflect on the field of service provision for young people.
Margaret Kinross in Stirling: Contextualising Healthy Ageing and the Lifecourse
Lecture on healthy ageing by Professor Catherine Hennessy.
Challenging the social work view of assessment
Using attachment theory, this lecture will explore ways in which theoretical and clinical application must be considered through the lens of the client's world view.
History, Memory, Diplomacy: Slovakia 100 years after the end of the First World War
Public Lecture by HE Lubomir Rehak, Ambassador of Slovakia to the United Kingdom