September 2022 news

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University of Stirling celebrates Singapore graduates

The University of Stirling is today celebrating the graduation of students from its programmes delivered at the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM).

Singapore graduation 2022

Stirling Golfers Scoop Silverware at Montrose

Stirling sport scholars Lorna McClymont and George Cannon have won the first round of the R&A Student Tour Series – the Stirling International – at Montrose Golf Links.

Stirling golfers George Cannon and Lorna McClymont pose for a photo with their trophies

Moving mussels: new insights into shellfish farming

Researchers have identified how mussel larvae move – giving mussel and other shellfish farmers important insights into where and how to grow them.


Evaluation finds extension of distress intervention during pandemic was a success

A ground-breaking mental health programme which supports people in distress was successfully extended during the pandemic, according to a new evaluation led by the University of Stirling.

An image of a loch

Pioneering tool to support design of dementia friendly spaces

Experts from the University of Stirling have created a new tool to support families, businesses and professionals to make homes, premises and public places more accessible to an ageing population and those living with dementia.

Computer generated image of a generic entrance to a public building. It shows double glass doors, with windows either side and two planters containing green shrubs to either side of the door. The building is red and a green bench is pictured to the right hand side of the right hand planter

University of Stirling pays tribute to Her Majesty The Queen

The University of Stirling is deeply saddened at the passing of Her Majesty The Queen.

Official photograph of Queen Elizabeth II

Tech project succeeds in connecting care home residents during pandemic

A pioneering project introducing iPads to care homes during the pandemic had a significant impact on social isolation, according to experts at the University of Stirling.

Healthcare worker with senior woman using digital tablet at care home

One in four children referred to mental health services in Scotland have suicidal thoughts or behaviours, study suggests

A quarter of children referred to mental health services in Scotland have been thinking about or attempted suicide – and face a postcode lottery as to whether they will be assessed or treated, a new study suggests.

Young man speaking to counsellor.