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May 2018 news

Green light for £20m sports facility transformation
University receives £22 million for international research hubs
Groundbreaking agreement will increase understanding of the experiences of looked-after children in Scotland
Tree species vital to restoring disturbed tropical forests
University academics share their expertise in child welfare
Politicians join academics at event to shape policy on housing and ageing
Stirling toasts its inaugural Pint of Science event
Heritage sector opportunities opened up by Stirling Art Collection
Scotland’s leading planetary experts meet in Stirling
New study could improve monitoring of tropical trees in face of climate change
Minister learns more about Stirling’s strategy to prevent sexual violence
Stirling students top in Scotland for journalism awards nominations

University goes green in support of mental health campaign

The University of Stirling’s Cottrell Building was last night (Monday 14 May) illuminated green in support of Mental Health Awareness Week. Stirling joined other landmarks across the UK – including Edinburgh Castle and the Bank of England – when it lit up the building between 9pm and midnight.

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University goes green in support of mental health campaign
University of Stirling management expert plays part in Oman’s future
Stirling academic joins new national open government network group
A 15-minute ‘Daily Mile’ could enhance children’s health
Stirling expert leads research expedition to the Arctic
Final of Dragon’s Den competition to be held at Stirling
Swing back in time to the 1960s at University’s Festival of Museums event
Stirling Art Collection boosted by new funding
Stirling joins forces with top Singapore education institute
University launches study into gambling marketing
Scientists make major breakthrough on omega-3 production
Photo of young carers wins inaugural images competition
Heroes’ welcome for returning Gold Coast stars
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