February 2019

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First Friday Writing Day

1 Feb 2019

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


On the move: children and family's communication and wellbeing

21 Feb 2019

The Centre for Child Wellbeing & Protection will host a one-day seminar to bring together practitioners, policy makers, service users, carers and researchers from multiple disciplines to discuss issues of communication and wellbeing for migrant families.

An image of a loch

Try your hand at Shogi 将棋(Japanese Chess)

4 Feb 2019

Try your hand at Shogi, (Japanese Chess). Dr Shuzo Sakata, senior lecturer in systems neuroscience at the University of Strathclyde will give an introduction into the principals of Shogi, followed by a masterclass to show you how to play!

Shogi Japanese Chess

Stop the Plastic Tide

13 Feb 2019

Catherine Gemmell of the Marine Conservation Society is giving a talk to the Royal Scottish Geographical Society in Stirling, Catherine will give an insight into what is taking place across Scotland to protect it's seas and coastlines.

Catherine Gemmell

Dementia Design and Neuroscience Workshop

21 Feb 2019

The workshop will bring together basic neuroscientists and those working to improve designs for individuals with dementia.

Dementia Design and Neuroscience Workshop

Brexit – A Japanese Perspective

14 Feb 2019

Should Britain be ashamed of Brexit? or see it as an opportunity? Mr Nozomu Takaoka, Consul General of Japan in Edinburgh, gives his personal view on this turbulent period of change and reflects on the wider global impact of advancing technology and widening income gaps.

Mr Nozomu Takaoka

Double Dummy Film Screening

19 Feb 2019

The University of Stirling Bridge Club is hosting a free screening of the bridge film, Double Dummy, in support of the ‘Keep Bridge Alive’ crowdfund campaign running until 31 March.

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Bridge Taster Session

19 Feb 2019

The University of Stirling Bridge Club invites both experienced and novice bridge players to bring your colleagues, friends or your children/grandchildren to try out the world’s best card game.

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