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Dean Robertson is Scottish Student Sport’s Coach of the Year

The University of Stirling’s Head of Golf Dean Robertson has been crowned Coach of the Year at the Scottish Student Sport Awards.

Dean Robertson

Motor racing driver makes pit stop in Stirling for graduation

Scottish racing driver Logan Hannah made a quick pit stop at the University of Stirling today to collect her degree.

Motor racing star Logan Hannah celebrates her graduation.

Elite sports roles for nutritionists graduating from Stirling 

Two top nutritionists working in elite sport returned to the University of Stirling today, to celebrate their graduation.

Graduating sports nutritionists.

Lord-Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire and leading business figure celebrated at University of Stirling graduation

The Lord-Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire and senior figure in Scotland’s business and accountancy sectors has received an honorary degree from the University of Stirling.

Sandy Manson on the University of Stirling campus, accepting his honorary doctorate.

Stirling students praise life changing access course

More than 40 students are starting degree courses this year after completing a University of Stirling access to higher education programme.

Stirling students standing together with their course completion certificates

Human rights campaigner and top business figure to receive honorary degrees from University of Stirling

A prominent human rights campaigner and a senior figure in Scotland’s business and accountancy sectors will receive honorary degrees from the University of Stirling next week.

University of Stirling graduation ceremony.

Wild bumblebees capable of logical reasoning, study finds

Wild bumblebees are capable of logical reasoning, new research has found

A wild bumblebee

Stirling in global top 100 for contribution to Sustainable Development Goals

Stirling in global top 100 for contribution to Sustainable Development Goals

University of Stirling campus

Research explores measures to reduce alcohol harms without impacting pubs and restaurants

Higher prices in shops and tighter restrictions on online alcohol sales could help to reduce rising alcohol harms whilst minimising impact on hospitality businesses, according to a new study.

Beer taps in a pub

Study suggests novel ways to use e-cigarette packaging to better protect consumers

E-cigarette packaging could be used to encourage smokers to switch to vaping and deter non-smokers from taking up the habit, according to new research from the University of Stirling.

Blurry showcase in vape shop close up

University of Stirling joins global Arctic network

The University of Stirling has joined a global network of organisations focused on the Arctic.

Greenland, Arctic