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April 2018 news

Nursing celebration at the Macrobert Arts Centre

Two decades of nursing at the University of Stirling and the 70th anniversary of the NHS will be marked with a special event featuring guest speakers and musical performances.

Nursing celebration at the Macrobert Arts Centre
University lecturer lands top nursing award
Camouflage protects animals – even if they are spotted
Stirling student experience set for £21m transformation
Study reveals greater ape population than predicted – but numbers are still on decline

BUCS brilliance from Stirling athletes

Following swimming and triathlon glory at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, the University of Stirling’s athletes continue to deliver as its golfers and tennis players claimed British titles over the past week amongst other successes.

BUCS brilliance from Stirling athletes
Student‘s ‘Dialogue Dinners’ will promote intercultural respect
Enjoy a drink – and a serving of science – at new event
Graded punishment system could improve anti-doping in sport
New link supports college students progressing to university
Stirling hosts 100th meeting of freshwater forum
Children’s experiences of domestic violence and child marriage discussed
Stirling academics blame low wage growth on underemployment
Stephen Kerr MP visits Stirling’s £6.5m international student facility
Scott takes Stirling’s final Gold Coast medal tally to eleven
Inaugural images competition captures essence of University of Stirling research
Scotland leads the way on fracking analysis, experts find

Historic Commonwealth Gold Medal for Stirling’s Duncan Scott

The University of Stirling’s Duncan Scott has become Scotland’s most decorated swimmer at a single Commonwealth Games, adding to his earlier haul of three bronze medals by winning gold and bronze in the 100m Freestyle and 4x200m Freestyle.

Historic Commonwealth Gold Medal for Stirling’s Duncan Scott
Stirling celebrates more success at Commonwealth Games
Stirling’s Willmott takes gold at Commonwealth Games
Stirling graduates lead the way in the aquaculture sector
Stirling cleans up at the Scottish Student Golf Championships
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