Public events

A Sense of Place

Iris Murdoch Building

Explore a small exhibition of artworks in the Iris Murdoch Building, organised by the Art Collection and chosen from the University’s permanent collection.

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Campus as Inspiration exhibition

Galleries 1 and 2, Pathfoot Building

This exhibition highlights artistic responses in the medium of dance, sound and photography to portray the experience of being at Stirling.

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Inspired! exhibition

Crush Hall, Pathfoot Building

In 2023-24 our chosen focus is Inspired! in which we celebrate how our campus and collections have inspired creativity.

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The Art of Willie Rodger exhibition

Galleries 3 and 4, Pathfoot Building

See the works and the art that was inspired by established printmaker Willie Rodger in this exhibition.

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Interior Dialogue exhibition

Pathfoot Building

Explore three pieces of work by Scottish artist Christine Borland at this exhibition in Pathfoot Building.

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Movement exhibition

Macrobert Arts Centre

Our Movement exhibition displays previously unseen artworks and archive material from our Collections which represent the kinetic energy and joy of movement in a variety of surprising ways.

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Event series

Centre of Environment, Heritage and Policy Seminar series

Microsoft Teams

Join our regular Tuesday seminar series and learn about some of the biggest and latest ideas in the area of Environment, Heritage and Policy.

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Event series

History, Heritage and Politics seminars

Online or hybrid

Join our programme of History, Heritage and Politics seminars and learn about the latest research from University experts and guest speakers.

Wellbeing stalls

Pathfoot Building

Visit our stall on campus for wellbeing information.

Part of the Wellbeing Week series.

Wellbeing stalls

Pathfoot Building

Visit our stall on campus for wellbeing information.

Part of the Wellbeing Week series.

Native American history through newspapers

Pathfoot Building A7

Explore the role of print in Native American history and activism.

International Perspectives on Scots Law 2023/24

University of Stirling

The next generation of Scots legal practitioners, researchers and graduates have an important contribution to make to the dialogue between Scots law and its position globally. Join us at our seminar series to be part of the conversation.

Inspired! Lino Print Workshop

Crush Hall, Pathfoot Building

Join Abbie Lois for a relaxed afternoon session of lino cutting and printing.

Part of the Wellbeing Week series.

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Wellbeing stalls

Pathfoot Building

Visit our stall on campus for wellbeing information.

Part of the Wellbeing Week series.

The Valley exhibition launch

Pathfoot Building

Come along to our free exhibition where photographic work from Forth Valley College students will be on display.

International Women's Day discussion panel

TBC (in-person)

Celebrate International Women's Day with the University of Stirling’s Enterprise Team, Careers and Employability Service and an inspiring panel of women leaders.

Event series

Green Week 2024

University of Stirling

Green Week takes place every year and is an interactive week focused on sustainability, active travel, biodiversity, and waste reduction.

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Sustainable Living Fair

Atrium, University of Stirling

Visit our Sustainable Living Fair and find out how to be more sustainable, discover opportunities to get involved and grab some fab freebies.

Part of the Green Week 2024 series.

Derick Thomson, Gairm magazine and the Gaelic Revival

Pathfoot Building D1

Join Dr Petra Poncarová, from Charles University in Prague, in a research event that marks the publication of her monograph.

Yellow Jelly Vintage Fair

Atrium

Discover a curated collection of second-hand vintage fashion, explore furnishings that breathe new life into reclaimed materials, and indulge in a celebration of timeless classics!

Part of the Green Week 2024 series.

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People, Profit, Planet: Sustainable Business 101 (Online Workshop)

Online

Find out the simple sustainable practices that individuals and businesses can adopt to benefit people, the planet and profit.

Part of the Green Week 2024 series.

Taking care of the workers: understanding museum and heritage professionals’ emotionally laden work

Microsoft Teams

Taking care of the workers is presented by Dr Jennie Morgan and Dr Anna Woodham.

Part of the Centre for Environment Heritage and Policy Seminar Series series.

Postgraduate Open Day

University of Stirling campus

Our Postgraduate Open Days give you the perfect opportunity to find out more about studying at Stirling.

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University of Stirling Easter Egg Hunt 2024

University of Stirling campus

Mark your calendars and join our 2024 Easter Egg Hunt on campus!

Part of the Be Connected series.

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Can cultural heritage be an immigrant integration driver? Reflections from Norway.

Microsoft Teams

This seminar will explore the role of cultural heritage in the integration of immigrants, using Norway as a case study.

Part of the Centre for Environment Heritage and Policy Seminar Series series.

Virtual Postgraduate Open Day

Online

Our Virtual Open Day features a mix of presentations, videos and live chat. It also includes our virtual tour, which showcases our beautiful campus and facilities.

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Williamson Lecture 2024: Populism in a Parliamentary Democracy by Rt Hon David Gauke

Logie Lecture Theatre, University of Stirling

The Rt Hon David Gauke delivers the 2024 Williamson Lecture at the University of Stirling.

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Earth Day discussion panel

TBC (in-person)

In celebration of Earth Day 2024, join Scotland’s International Environment Centre (SIEC) and their panel of experts for a discussion on sustainable business practices.

Into the Hive (Incubator open house)

TBC (in-person)

The Hive is throwing open its doors and inviting you to meet its thriving community of incubated start-ups.

Dumyat Hill Race

University of Stirling Sports Centre, Stirling, FK9 4LA

The Dumyat Hill Race is the University of Stirling's flagship running event, and a popular fixture on the Scottish hill running calendar.

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III Symposium on Current Trends in Consumer Research

Stirling Court Hotel, University of Stirling

Join our III Symposium on Current Trends in Consumer Research hosted by Professor Cele Otnes at University of Stirling in May 2024.