September 2021 news

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New Entrepreneur in Residence for Stirling Management School

The University of Stirling Management School has appointed a second Entrepreneur in Residence to support students, staff and alumni with practical advice and mentorship for their business ambitions.

Allison Harrison

New study reveals hundreds of alcohol references during high-profile televised rugby matches

Experts from the University of Stirling have warned that rugby supporters – including young children – are being subjected to alcohol advertising hundreds of times during televised matches.

New study reveals hundreds of alcohol references during high-profile televised rugby

The University of Stirling congratulates graduates in Singapore

The University of Stirling has celebrated the graduation of students from its programmes at the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) Global Education in an online ceremony.

Professor Sir Gerry McCormac

Commission aims to put connectivity at the heart of inclusive growth

A new commission was formally launched today [27 September, 2021] to develop a coherent vision for transport and connectivity across Clackmannanshire, Falkirk and Stirling.

Internal bus shot of passengers

Experts to study secret doping of amateur athletes in East Germany

The doping of amateur athletes in the former state of East Germany is the focus of a new study involving experts from the University of Stirling and Aarhus University in Denmark.

Athletes running at a marathon

University of Stirling calls for applications for business growth scheme

The University of Stirling Management School has launched a training programme for managers across Scotland to help small and medium-sized businesses develop growth strategies and improve performance as they recover from the pandemic.

Young woman leads training session

University showcases research tackling loneliness to MSP

A local MSP has heard how experts at the University of Stirling are tackling the issue of social isolation and loneliness through technology.

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Global call for a ‘blue food revolution’ to tackle climate change and malnutrition

New landmark assessment finds fish, shellfish and algae offer untapped potential for global development if the right policies and investments are put in place

Shoal of sardines

University partners with data company for graduate apprenticeship programme

The University of Stirling will partner with an e-commerce platform headquartered in Stirling for the second year of its graduate apprenticeship programme.

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Stirling aquaculture expert awarded £1.5m to explore climate change

A University of Stirling scientist has been awarded £1.5 million for an innovative four-year data project that will enable marine aquaculture to respond to impacts from climate change.

Dr Lynne Falconer

Researchers to explore effectiveness of support for trafficked children

The University of Stirling is launching a new research project to investigate the impact of support services on the recovery of children and young people trafficked in to the UK.

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Scotland's International Environment Centre is approved

The Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Regional Deal has taken a major step towards delivering for local communities after plans for Scotland’s International Environment Centre - to be based at the University of Stirling - were approved.

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Stirling launches new partnership with Chinese university

The University of Stirling has added to its prestigious list of international affiliations with the launch of a new educational partnership with Chengdu University in China.

Chengdu University campus