November 2018 news
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The University of Stirling has been recognised for its ‘Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development’ at this year’s Times Higher Education Awards.
University of Stirling student Maia Lumsden has be selected to compete in the Master’U Paribas Tennis event in France this weekend.
The Rt Hon Lord Jack McConnell has been unveiled as the University of Stirling’s new Chancellor.
A senior UK Government minister has visited the University of Stirling where he endorsed ambitious plans to create two multi-million-pound international research centres on campus.
Two University of Stirling graduates Stefan Pfitzmaier Pfitzmaier and Hanyu Ye have been awarded associate membership of the Chartered Banker Institute (CBI).
Experts from across the UK met to discuss the importance of research in tackling problem drug use, at a conference organised by the University of Stirling-hosted Drugs Research Network Scotland (DRNS).
University of Stirling graduate Morgan Myles has been awarded a national prize for her work in community nursing.
Academics from the University of Stirling have been awarded nearly £100,000 to evaluate a community project that aims to reduce acceptance of domestic violence.
The aquaculture industry is set to benefit from a new handbook – created in collaboration with the University of Stirling – which will help experts assess the welfare of Atlantic salmon.
University of Stirling graduate Daniela Sefzig has been recognised for her leadership skills and support of colleagues during her MBA studies.
The Scottish Parliament should be an international human rights leader, according to a report citing research by a University of Stirling academic.
Two University of Stirling scientists are working on NASA’s latest mission in an attempt to understand more about the formation and early evolution of Mars, Earth and other rocky planets.
Judy Murray and Olympian Duncan Scott joined hundreds of fans in cheering on University of Stirling footballers as they took on Elgin City in the William Hill Scottish Cup.
More than 1,500 graduates – and two esteemed honorary graduates – are today celebrating their achievements at the University of Stirling’s winter graduation ceremonies.
The University of Stirling has received a share of €2.6 (£2.3) million to create fairer and more inclusive transport systems that consider the needs of women as both users and employees.
The University of Stirling’s Olympic and Commonwealth star Duncan Scott is celebrating after being crowned Swimming Athlete of the Year at a prestigious awards ceremony.
Student footballers from the University of Stirling are aiming to make history this weekend as they take on Elgin City in the third round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
University of Stirling experts have discovered new evidence of the link between air pollution and cancer as part of a new occupational health study.
The lucrative truffle industry is set to disappear within a generation due to climate change, according to new research by a University of Stirling academic.
University of Stirling economist Dr Conny Wollbrant has highlighted how behavioural economics can be used to improve decision-making, during a TEDx talk in Glasgow.
Former prisons chief inspector and leading environmentalist to receive honour at Stirling graduation
A former police chief who also served as a prisons figurehead and a leading environmentalist will receive honorary degrees at the University of Stirling’s winter graduation ceremonies next week.
The University of Stirling's mental health nursing students are recognised for their work preparing nurses to deal with the effects of trauma in the workplace.
More than 100 graduates are today celebrating their achievements after receiving their degrees from the University of Stirling during a special ceremony at Muscat College in Oman.
University of Stirling academic Dr Karen Watchman has scooped a top award for her one-day course aimed at professionals supporting people with learning disabilities and dementia.
Seminal points in the history of Slovakia will be explored in a lecture by the country’s ambassador to the UK.
Digital developers should consider the ethical and political values of their users – rather than focusing solely on their needs – a University of Stirling-led report has said.
Top-performing Accountancy and Finance students have been recognised at a prize-giving lunch at the University of Stirling.
The links between climate change impacts – including storms, wildfires and environmental damage – and human rights obligations will be debated at a public event involving a University of Stirling academic at the London School of Economics.
English golfer Nicola Slater hopes to tee up a bright future in the sport after joining the University's renowned golf scholarship programme.
Stirling academic outlines options for strengthening human rights laws and addressing poverty in Scotland
Scotland can show the world how human rights can be effectively enshrined in law, a Scottish Human Rights Commission report authored by a University of Stirling academic has suggested.
Olympic curler Eve Muirhead joined students at the University of Stirling’s graduation ceremony in Inverness today.
Innovative approaches to learning and teaching showcased at Scottish Parliament.
Policymakers around the world should consider introducing more targeted early interventions in a bid to tackle cancer, according to experts at the University of Stirling.