Your Future in a Surveillance Society: The Salon Project

As part of ‘The Salon Project’, CRISP Director, Professor William Webster, will be talking about ‘Your future in a surveillance society’. The Salon Project, inspired by the rituals of European 19th century salons, is a large scale interactive performance where audience members are invited to dress in full 19th / early 20th Century costume. It is not a simple historic re-enactment, it is focused on the total immersion of the audience within the event. By placing the participants in the dress of the period, their perception of where they are and who they are, is shifted, transporting them to a place of social discourse, a theatre of conversation and debate.
1 Mar 2013

Stirling MSc Investment Analysis Team Take Second Place in UK Final of CFA Institute Research Challenge

A team of four students from the MSc Investment Analysis, a Program Partner of the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Institute, achieved second place in the UK Final of the CFA Institute Research Challenge which took place on 5th March 2013 in London, hosted by CFA Society UK. The team competed against CASS Business School and the Final winners, University of Exeter Business School.
19 Mar 2013

ACCA opens doors…and increases prize winning opportunities

The Accounting and Finance Division are delighted to announce that ACCA (The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) will sponsor a new annual prize of £300 to the 2nd year Bachelor of Accountancy student, or students, with the highest overall performance in modules FIN9F3 and ACC9A4 in the same academic session.
5 Apr 2013

Employability Initiatives at Stirling Management School

Stirling Management School continues to provide a dedicated programme of careers and employability-related events which aims to focus students’ minds towards the importance of preparing themselves for life after graduation at an earlier stage of their student journey.
11 Apr 2013

Disadvantage and Ritual Excess

Stirling Management School, Dr Julie Tinson explains why financial disadvantages does not necessarily lead to exclusion from American style proms.
17 Apr 2013

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