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June 2017 news

Stirling athletes make the grade for World University Games
Geddes graduates to top job at University of Stirling FC
First cohort on University and College integrated degree graduate
Students honoured alongside humanitarian and arts leaders at Stirling graduation

Social status of listener alters our voice

People tend to change the pitch of their voice depending on who they are talking to, and how dominant they feel, a study by the University of Stirling has found.

Social status of listener alters our voice
Students celebrate alongside Ryder Cup hero and leading sports psychologist at Stirling graduation
Stirling students earn passport to brighter future
 Importance of GPs in reducing alcohol-related harms
Ryder Cup hero and leading sports psychologist among those to be honoured at Stirling graduation
Parliamentary reform could ‘maximise’ benefits of Scottish devolution
Stirling expertise to inform inquiry into Scotland’s energy future
Flights can make aircrew sick, Stirling study suggests
International focus on curriculum development
Retailers and manufacturers should promote healthy choices, Stirling-led study finds

Top Marks for Stirling at Scottish Student Sport Awards

It was almost a clean sweep for Stirling at the Scottish Student Sport Awards this week as athletes and coaches claimed the titles of Team, Male Athlete and Coach of the Year at the governing body’s flagship annual event.

Top Marks for Stirling at Scottish Student Sport Awards
Murdoch swaps trunks for tie-breaks to promote summer of sport at Stirling
Stirling cleaner fish projects unwrapped on Channel 4 show
Tweeters’ feelings towards main UK political parties revealed ahead of #GE2017

Mackay Clinic backs Stirling footballers

One of the world’s leading sports surgeons, Professor Gordon Mackay, has signed a three year sponsorship deal with the University of Stirling football teams.

Mackay Clinic backs Stirling footballers

Dementia experts host international masterclass

International experts in the design of environments for people with dementia have gathered at the University of Stirling to attend a masterclass hosted by the Dementia Services Development Centre.

Dementia experts host international masterclass
New app to help improve environments for people living with dementia
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