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November 2018 news

University of Stirling wins “higher education Oscar”
University tennis scholar selected for French competition
Homecoming for University of Stirling’s new Chancellor
UK Cabinet minister visits University of Stirling
University graduates awarded membership of banking institute
Experts highlight importance of research in tackling problem drug use
Student awarded top community nursing prize
University experts awarded £100k to evaluate domestic abuse programme
Stirling contributes to new handbook on salmon welfare
MBA student recognised for leadership skills
Human rights report unveiled by Scottish Parliament committee
Stirling experts working on NASA’s latest mission to Mars
Judy Murray and Duncan Scott among hundreds of fans at University cup tie
Former chief inspector of prisons and leading environmentalist among Stirling’s winter graduates
€2.6 million transport project to identify women’s needs
Swimming star Duncan Scott scoops another top award
University of Stirling footballers bid to make history in Scottish Cup
Occupational health study links air pollution and cancer
Climate change predicted to end truffle production
Behavioural science expert gives TEDx talk on ‘nudging’
Former prisons chief inspector and leading environmentalist to receive honour at Stirling graduation
Mental health nursing students recognised for trauma work
Celebrations as 106 graduate with Stirling degrees in Oman
Top award for Stirling academic’s learning disabilities and dementia course
Ambassador to outline Slovakia’s key anniversaries in Stirling talk
Digital design should embed ethical and political values
Professional recognition for top Accountancy and Finance students
Establishing responsibility for the impacts of climate change
Golf star Nicola joins scholarship programme
Stirling academic outlines options for strengthening human rights laws and addressing poverty in Scotland
Stirling students celebrate alongside Olympic curler at Inverness graduation
Empowering students to be the difference
Experts call for a targeted approach to cancer prevention
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