June 2022 news
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Women and children’s rights campaigner Lydia Okroj and Paralympic gold medallist David Smith MBE have today [June 30] been recognised with honorary degrees from the University of Stirling.
The University of Stirling has today [June 29] bestowed honorary doctorates on Lewis Pugh and Mike Robinson – two public figures who have dedicated their lives to campaigning for the environment.
Scientists have proven for the first time that viruses can survive and remain infectious by binding themselves to plastics in freshwater – raising concerns about the potential impact on human health.
A new report has been published examining the Social Return on Investment (SROI) generated by Glasgow’s Helping Heroes (GHH) a partnership between SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity and Glasgow City Council.
New research is set to explore how health services can better support people released from prison in a bid to reduce the numbers dying from substance use, overdose, and suicide.
The University of Stirling will bestow honorary degrees on four inspirational public figures who are making a positive difference in their respective fields, it has been announced.
More than 2,000 University of Stirling graduates who were unable to attend a ceremony in 2020 or 2021 due to the pandemic are returning to campus this week to celebrate their achievements.
Vulnerable students are turning to online ‘essay mills’ to purchase written work that they then pass off as their own, threatening academic integrity and exploitation, a new study has found.
A team of researchers has ended a more than six-and-a-half-century mystery, after discovering the origins of the Black Death for the first time.
A new study is seeking to understand how a ground-breaking intervention designed to support people in distress has impacted suicidal ideation, suicidal behaviour, and self-harm.
The University of Stirling’s success in supporting upskilling and employability has been highlighted to a senior parliamentarian, during a visit to campus today [Friday, 10 June].
A new £265,000 study led by the University of Stirling is seeking to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected health visiting services across the UK, with a view to improving them in the future.