June 2018 news
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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.
A celebratory reception was held this past week to recognise the achievements of the University of Stirling’s Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games athletes.
Nearly 1,000 graduates today (Wednesday 27 June) celebrated their achievements on the first day of the University of Stirling’s summer graduation ceremonies.
A University of Stirling scientist is set to begin analysing – and attempting to recreate – conditions on a primitive asteroid as part of a major international space mission led by the Japanese.
University of Stirling students are celebrating after being recognised at a leading UK television awards ceremony.
An article by a University of Stirling academic has led to a groundbreaking development in a campaign to have the skeleton of an 18th century Irish giant released from a London museum.
Leaders from the worlds of journalism, politics and the arts will receive honorary degrees at the University of Stirling’s summer graduation ceremonies this month.
Sportspeople should consider replacing static stretch warm-ups with foam roller routines in a bid to maximise performance, a new study by the University of Stirling has suggested.
The University of Stirling has been awarded nearly £50,000 through the Santander Universities Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Fund.
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.
Health and safety within the global aquaculture industry is widely overlooked – despite the sector posing a great risk to workers, according to University of Stirling-led research.
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.
An innovative app which helps improve home environments for people living with dementia has won an international award for ‘best collaborative’ project.
A new agreement between the Universities of Stirling and Ningbo, in China, will see aquaculture staff and students share knowledge and collaborate on research and teaching projects.
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.
The impact of new GDPR data protection regulations and the scandal of Facebook’s dark ads will come under the spotlight at a meeting of world-leading surveillance scholars in Stirling.
New research led by the University of Stirling will examine the rights of children to participate in family law cases.
An expert group – including a University of Stirling academic – has outlined potential environmental law challenges for post-Brexit Scotland.
University of Stirling students are celebrating after landing eight accolades at a national journalism awards ceremony.