March 2023 news
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The University of Stirling tennis development programme has been expanded after securing vital funding from The Stirling Fund.
University of Stirling golfers enjoyed a match to remember this past week as they hosted Yale University in an exhibition match at the King’s Course, Gleneagles.
Digitisation of a Burns Club’s historical archives has uncovered menus going back almost a century which reveal how the traditional supper held to celebrate Scotland’s national poet has changed.
The University of Stirling is working with a Ukrainian university to monitor water quality in the war-torn country.
The University of Stirling is launching the first event of its kind to profile the ‘forgotten’ jobs in politics.
An international project led by the University of Stirling is to investigate how people living with dementia can be better included in decisions taken in their communities.
Scotland’s national poet Professor Kathleen Jamie and Dr Sally Witcher, a high-profile campaigner on disability, inequality, and exclusion, have received honorary degrees from the University of Stirling.
Professor Andrew Tyler has spoken of the University’s work to mitigate the effects of climate change to mark the 30th anniversary of World Water Day.
It was a day of passion, unwavering team spirit and hard-fought competition for Stirling’s tennis and football athletes as they vied for top titles in UK university sport.
Professor Dave Little of the University’s world-renowned Institute of Aquaculture used the resource to discover that adolescent girls in Bangladesh are particularly vulnerable.
Three senior staff at the University of Stirling and a former Chair of University Court have been elected to the prestigious Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), it has been announced.
A new performance triathlon centre designed to develop the next generation of world-class Scottish and British athletes, has launched at the University of Stirling.
Scotland’s national poet Professor Kathleen Jamie and Dr Sally Witcher OBE, a high-profile campaigner on disability, inequality, and exclusion, are to receive honorary degrees from the University of Stirling.
Excitement builds as University of Stirling football and tennis teams bid to be crowned best in the UK
The University of Stirling’s sporting prowess will be in focus next week when its student footballers and tennis stars bid to win the top UK university titles in their respective sports.
The first resource of its kind to support those living with Long Covid and the healthcare professionals involved in their care, has been launched by experts from the University of Stirling.
Growing mushrooms alongside trees could feed millions and mitigate effects of climate change, research finds
Growing edible mushrooms alongside trees can produce a valuable food source for millions of people while capturing carbon, mitigating the impact of climate change, a new study by University of Stirling scientists has found.
University of Stirling expert in substance use and inclusion health recognised by Academy of Social Sciences
One of the country’s leading experts in substance use and inclusion health, Professor Tessa Parkes, has been made a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
University of Stirling students have returned triumphant from a NATO simulation exercise held at the Foreign Office.
A new way to manage insect pests' resistance to greener pesticides is needed, according to analysis by University of Stirling scientists.
Stirling Management School welcomed the first students on its postgraduate dual degrees to campus in the spring 2023 semester.
Social science researchers at the University of Stirling will “hit the ground running” after major £1.25m funding boost
The University of Stirling has received a major funding boost that will have a major impact on social sciences research.
The public’s concerns about climate change could reduce support for natural gas as an alternative fuel source, research suggests.
Researchers involved in international collaborations should be offered a new resource to help them deal with potential security risks, according to a report co-authored by the University of Stirling’s Director of Research Services.
A community-led food growing project using renewable energy is to be developed by the University of Stirling and Clackmannanshire Council
A group of University of Stirling experts in criminology, sociology, law and management is behind a call for improvements to policing technologies in Scotland.
“You have to change this” - Alastair Campbell urges University of Stirling students to take action on politics
Young people are crucial to turning the tide of British politics, author and journalist Alastair Campbell told a University of Stirling lecture last night.
The University of Stirling is marking World Book Day today by launching a search for volunteers for a ‘human library’, in which readers borrow human beings as they would books.