September 2023 news
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In recognition of the impact on those left behind when someone they love dies because of alcohol and drugs, MSPs used a debate on See Beyond – See the Lives – Scotland in the Scottish Parliament this week to call for more compassion and support.
University of Stirling golfers have enjoyed a successful start to the 2023/24 season – delivering a whitewash at the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Autumn Trophy.
University of Stirling Public Relations students have swept the board at the EUPRERA Master Thesis Awards– a major European event recognising excellent academic contribution to public relations.
Adopting a new methodology approach could address concerns about student satisfaction surveys, according to new research.
The University of Stirling has celebrated the graduation of the largest group of students from its programmes delivered at the Singapore Institute of Management.
History-making Stirling students are expecting a tough Scottish Cup test against Albion Rovers on Monday.
Study shows detrimental impact of Long Covid on the education and lives of children and young people
New research, led by the University of Stirling, is shining a spotlight on the profound effect Long Covid can have on children and young people’s school experience and wider lives.
Plans to tackle the impacts of climate change on food security must integrate local knowledge to help preserve the Earth’s critical zone, new research has warned.
Flora Horvath was among the first students for the double degree between Budapest Business University and the University of Stirling.
Giant pandas living in zoos outside their native latitude range may not have optimal welfare if their body clocks are out of sync, new research by the University of Stirling has found.
The University’s history-making men’s football first team will begin another tilt at the Scottish Cup.
Experts at the University of Stirling have taken a deep dive into COVID-19 conspiracy theories in new research that aims to combat digital disinformation or ‘fake news’.
A study by the University of Stirling has found first-time participants in parkruns are more likely to return if events are near to freshwater and woodland.