June 2023 news
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Alloa pupils have won a University of Stirling climate competition with an innovative composting idea
Marie-Anne N’Guessan came to the University of Stirling on a mission – a very specific one: to learn the skills to run her own school for underprivileged children.
Care homes entrepreneur and charity founder honoured by University of Stirling
Graduate who captained Stirling football side to historic Scottish Cup run sets new goal with Stenhousemuir
The Queen of Sweden and the former CEO of Mars have received honorary degrees from the University of Stirling.
The next generation of historians, journalists, and politicians received their award certificates from The Rt Hon. Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale, Chancellor of the University of Stirling.
An outstanding performance from University of Stirling sports scholar and soon-to-be graduate Brandon McMullen has led Scotland to the latter stages of the Cricket World Cup qualifiers.
The Queen of Sweden to be celebrated alongside business and social luminaries at University of Stirling graduation
The Queen of Sweden, former Mars CEO Grant Reid, gender and equality campaigner Khadija Coll MBE, and entrepreneur Robert Kilgour will receive honorary doctorates from the University of Stirling next week.
Drug taking at football matches has superseded alcohol as a major safety concern, according to new research led by health and behaviour experts at the University of Stirling.
University of Stirling golfer Lorna McClymont to compete for her country
Health and social care experts at the University of Stirling are taking part in a multi-million pound research endeavour that is expected to lead to major changes in the UK’s health and social care policies.
Air pollution expert Dr Heather Price marks Clean Air Day 2023 by urging action on global crisis
Trees are growing at record-breaking heights atop Scotland’s Munros, new research by the University of Stirling has found.
The University of Stirling has won a top national award for its communications and marketing campaign celebrating the recent success of its history-making men’s football team.
The University of Stirling’s reputation for sporting excellence and promoting wellbeing was underlined this week – winning in three categories at the Scottish Student Sport Awards.
A Creative Writing student has taken the top prize at a new competition celebrating local authors.
Miles Briggs MSP has opened up for the first time about his father’s alcohol use, as, together with Monica Lennon MSP, he backs a campaign aimed at reducing the stigma that surrounds deaths due to alcohol and drugs.
An expert on environmental pollution from the University of Stirling has given a talk to more than 2,000 school pupils about improving the air they breathe.