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October 2018 news

Leading economist and businessman share expertise at public lecture series

Leading economist Professor Danny Blanchflower and Chief Officer of the Business Gateway National Unit, Hugh Lightbody, will discuss the impact of weak wage growth and the importance of being resilient in the face of Brexit, at the University of Stirling's November Public Lecture Series.

Leading economist and businessman share expertise at public lecture series
Inequalities between schools preparing pupils for university
Life and work of Scots filmmaker and poet celebrated

Wildlife filmmaker Doug Allan celebrated with Stirling award

Award-winning documentary filmmaker Doug Allan – whose work has featured on The Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Frozen Planet – has returned to the University of Stirling to pick up a special accolade celebrating his illustrious career.

Wildlife filmmaker Doug Allan celebrated with Stirling award
Hidden costs in education system impact on Scotland’s poorest families
One in 10 people may opt-out of proposed organ donor system
Stirling students to celebrate alongside Olympic curler at Inverness graduation

Dementia Studies course expands offer to Sri Lanka

The University of Stirling has expanded the range of its distance learning course in Dementia Studies to include a student from Sri Lanka for the first time - in addition to students from India and Bangladesh.

Dementia Studies course expands offer to Sri Lanka
Stirling renews partnership with Santander
Domestic abuse legislation should recognise children as victims
Beavers’ impact on biodiversity revealed
Experts identify the key to The Daily Mile’s success

SME business owners need skills to adapt to Brexit

A new report by Dr Oliver Mallett at the University of Stirling, which looked at how regulations affect small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), has called on policymakers to help prepare them for Brexit by providing them with the skills to adapt to changes.

SME business owners need skills to adapt to Brexit
Study challenges concerns around imported farmed shrimp
Stirling student scoops top industry award

Housing experts call for a Commissioner for Ageing

A University of Stirling-led report has called for a Commissioner for Ageing in England and Scotland – similar to the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales – to ensure that people are able to age in the right place.

Housing experts call for a Commissioner for Ageing
Stirling to receive share of £12 million in new funding

Public relations in spotlight at anniversary event

Experts from the field of UK public relations will gather for debates at the University of Stirling – as the institution marks 30 years of teaching and researching the subject area.

Public relations in spotlight at anniversary event
Titles, trophies and national call-ups for Stirling athletes
Students in Singapore to benefit from Stirling degrees
Singapore ceremony recognises Stirling’s newest graduates
Stirling scientist observes arrival of lander on asteroid
Climate change laws explored by Stirling expert
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