The Booker Prize Foundation Universities Initiative with author Robin Robertson
The University of Stirling is pleased to welcome you to a literary event with Robin Robertson, author of The Long Take which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize in 2018.
The new Scottish Parliament at Twenty
This round-table will ask key actors in the Scottish Parliament's history to share their reflections on how the institution and its processes have evolved over the last two decades and discuss perspectives for the future.
Travelling Gallery: Day of Access, Alec Finlay
On Friday 8th November, the Travelling Gallery makes a welcome return to the University.
Under Threat: In Search of Life by Christian Ziegler
This exhibition celebrates the tropical splendour of the world’s most diverse ecosystems, but is also a call to action to protect rainforests worldwide.
Peace be with you: an intervention @ the Blue Boy
Over the course of a week, visitors were invited to join the artists in a repetitive, simple action of knitting and building peace through the sharing of many small actions and kind words.
Under Threat: Community resilience to extreme events
iving with extremes can range from experiencing terrorist attacks to flooding; disease outbreaks to political revolutions; poverty to forest fires. We seek to enhance resilience at all levels, from societal to individual, while embedding this resilience-building around also tackling the fundamental social, environmental and economic drivers of extremes.
Under Threat: Major Threats to Forests in a Warmer World: a story of drought and fire
The Art Collection has worked with Professor Alistair Jump, Head of Biological and Environmental Sciences at the University of Stirling, to curate this exhibition highlighting impacts of environmental change.
Under Threat: Seabird Cities by Kieran Dodds
Kieran Dodds is a non-fiction photographer known for his research-driven photo stories and portraiture.