2018 video archive
Hear from our November 2018 graduates
Ceremony one - 10am, 23 November 2018
Ceremony two - 2.30pm, 23 November 2018
Honorary Graduate – David Strang
Mr Strang became a Doctor of the University. He is recognised for his outstanding contribution, as HM Chief Inspector of Prisons for Scotland, to ensuring due process, quality and integrity of public services, and for championing the rights and wellbeing of vulnerable people in prison.
Honorary Graduate – Martin Valenti
Working in a variety of environmental roles for almost 30 years, Mr Valenti is Strategic Director for the Scottish Land Commission, on secondment from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA). He was recognised for his outstanding contribution to the protection of the environment through these various roles, and as a founding member and Vice-Chair of Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group.
Honorary Graduate – Eve Muirhead
The degree of Doctor of the University was conferred on Friday 2 November 2018 in recognition of Eve
Ceremony one - 10am, 27 June 2018 - Faculty of Social Sciences
Faculty of Social Science Graduates celebrating around the campus
Honorary Graduate – Patrick McGrath
Patrick McGrath received the award of Doctor of the University in recognition of his outstanding support of academic research through the donation of his literary papers to the University of Stirling archives.
Honorary Graduate – Mark Daly
Multi-award winning BBC journalist Mark Daly received the award of Doctor of the University, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to investigative journalism.
Ceremony two - 2.30pm, 27 June 2018 - Faculty of Natural Sciences
Hear from our 2018 graduates
Our graduates speak about their favourite moments at the University of Stirling.
Ceremony three - 10am, 28 June 2018 - Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Ceremony four - 2.30pm, 28 June 2018 - Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport and Stirling Management School
Honorary Graduate – Dame Anne McGuire
The Right Honourable Dame Anne McGuire, became a Doctor of the University, in recognition of her public service to the people of Stirling and to people with disabilities.