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June 2018 news

Students and a Dame honoured at Jim Naughtie’s last graduations as Chancellor
Gold Coast stars toasted at celebratory reception
Students celebrate alongside award-winning journalist and novelist at Stirling graduation
Stirling scientist in major international space mission
Stirling students secure success in top television awards
Stirling academic sparks groundbreaking development in Irish giant case
Award-winning journalist, novelist and a Dame to be honoured at Stirling graduations
Foam rolling warm-up enhances performance
University of Stirling student enterprise secures Santander support

Stirling to help shape tennis stars of the future

The University of Stirling is to host one of the UK’s leading tennis pathway programmes. Tennis Scotland at Stirling was named one of two National Academies, as part of the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) 10-year Performance Strategy for British Tennis.

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Stirling to help shape tennis stars of the future
Urgent action on risks to aquaculture workers needed, study finds
Freud’s views on love and work backed up by Stirling research
Innovative dementia app wins international design award
Stirling’s new aquaculture link with Chinese university

Community impact of serious organised crime

The changing face of serious organised crime, its impact in communities and the potential for local services to prevent exploitation, have been highlighted in new research involving the University of Stirling.

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Community impact of serious organised crime
World-leading surveillance scholars gather in Stirling
New research examines children’s rights to participate in legal disputes
Scotland’s post-Brexit environmental law landscape examined by Stirling expert
University celebrates student journalism success
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