January 2020

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Looking Back, Looking Forwards: Evidence into Public Health Action

24 Jan 2020

This one-day event will bring together researchers, policymakers and practitioners to discuss what can be learned from across public health about the prevention of non-communicable diseases and what our future priorities should be in tobacco, alcohol and food policies in Scotland, the rest of the UK and further afield.

University of Stirling campus

The Stirling Network Launch

22 Jan 2020

Join us at our launch event for our mentoring and networking platform for the Stirling student, alumni and business communities in the Pathfoot building from 4pm to 6pm.

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Study Abroad Student Orientation

12 Jan 2020

For incoming study abroad students who are new to the university in spring 2020.

Students on Dumyat summit

Burns Supper and Ceilidh

24 Jan 2020

Join us, for a celebration of Scottish culture; to commemorate the life and work of Robert Burns - Scotland's national Bard, with an evening of traditional food and drink, poetry and Scottish dancing.

Free drop in gardening club

23 Jan 2020 to 2 Apr 2020

The Art Collection is hosting a drop in gardening club to renovate one of the Pathfoot Courtyards.

Be Gardening Event

The Museum without a home: an exhibition of hospitality

27 Jan 2020 to 31 Jan 2020

Museum Without a Home is an award-winning free exhibition promoting solidarity with migrants. Originally shown in Athens, it has since travelled the world, and exhibits real objects that were donated to people in need of protection, to comfort them and help make the difficulties of daily life more manageable.

Toy cars on a shelf with a stark white background

Alumni Reunion in Nairobi

23 Jan 2020

Calum Williamson, Student Recruitment Officer, will be visiting Nairobi and would like to invite you to an alumni reception.

Nairobi

Under Threat: Mind Hive by Alec Finlay

29 Jan 2020 to 31 Dec 2020

Artist in Residence Alec Finlay's new bee-themed public sculptures for the University Art Collection draws attention to the plight of the honeybee.

Bees gather over hive with art nature statement