April 2019

See future and past events

First Friday Writing Day (April 2019)

5 Apr 2019

First Friday Writing Days dedicate time to progressing our individual writing projects in a supportive and relaxed environment.


Informal gathering in New York

4 Apr 2019

Come and join us for post-work drinks and a bite to eat from 6.30 pm onwards!

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Tartan Day Parade in New York

6 Apr 2019

As part of a vibrant and growing community of Scottish University alumni in North America, Stirling graduates will get the opportunity to march in this fantastic event.

tartan week parade

Alumni reunions in China – 11 to 14 April

11 Apr 2019 to 14 Apr 2019

Reunions taking place in Guangzhou (11 April), Shanghai (13 April) and Beijing (14 April).

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Photojournalism exhibition

16 Apr 2019 to 24 Apr 2019

An exhibition of photographic work from undergraduate second year students. The images have been produced over the course of a photojournalism module

Image of person on steps by Damon Savenelli

Dr Martin Valenti Keynote lecture (Festival of Research 2019)

29 Apr 2019

This keynote aims to reflect and prompt ideas for the future direction of research and how connected people can influence global issues.


Inaugural Lecture: Professor Selina Stead (Festival of Research 2019)

30 Apr 2019

Integrating aquaculture and fisheries for conservation and food security: insights from research on rule-breaking, sharks, salmon, sea cucumbers and small islands.


Inaugural Lecture: Professor Iain Docherty (Festival of Research 2019)

1 May 2019

Professor Docherty will talk about his current research on the Governance of ‘Smart’ Mobility, and why it is crucial that we adopt a more critical approach to the debate on the impacts of new transport technologies

Iain Docherty

Belgian Refugees in Scotland during the First World War

26 Apr 2019 to 1 Sep 2019

Each year, the Art Collection’s exhibitions, events and workshops are directly inspired by the research of the University. This year the focus is on refugees and migration, under the umbrella title ‘Experiences of Exile’.