More than 1,100 graduates – from the Faculties of Arts and Humanities, Health Sciences, and Stirling Management School – celebrated their achievements on the final day of the University of Stirling’s summer graduation ceremonies.
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.
New research has given weight to Sigmund Freud’s claim that love and work are important for our well-being – by highlighting how the threat of unemployment can activate thoughts of death for those not in a relationship.
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.