March 2022 news
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University of Stirling golfer, Louise Duncan, is taking on a unique challenge this week as she competes in the prestigious Augusta National Women’s Amateur in Georgia, US.
The hunting and trade of wild animals for meat is a threat to global sustainability that should be managed on the same scale as deforestation, say researchers.
A University of Stirling politics student has been recognised for her role in a NATO simulation exercise held at the Foreign Office.
University of Stirling students, Toni Shaw and Ollie Carter, will be Stirling’s latest athletes to compete on the world stage after being selected to represent Britain at the Para Swimming World Championships in Madeira this summer.
Professional golfer Catriona Matthew OBE and marine and polar scientist Professor Sir Ian Boyd FRS will receive honorary doctorates at next week’s University of Stirling graduation ceremonies.
A new Scotland Hydro Nation initiative launching on World Water Day today, 22 March, aims to drive Scotland’s water sector to net zero and beyond by 2040.
A University of Stirling social worker has launched an international network to support social and community workers impacted by the war in Ukraine.
University of Stirling golfer, Lorna McClymont, held off some of Europe's best university golfers this past week to win her third straight R&A Student Tour Series event at Infinitum Golf in Tarragona, Spain.
Researchers at the University of Stirling are exploring how singing and dancing can support healthy ageing and improve mental wellbeing among care home residents.
The widespread use of menthol cigarettes in underage smokers has been overlooked according to new research from the University of Stirling and Cardiff University.
Ahead of the first global seafood trade show of the year, research sheds new light on differences in seafood marketing messages between different regions of the world.
Calls to extend programme which supports people with alcohol problems in Glasgow’s Deep End Practices
A new study shows the effectiveness of specialist addictions nurses in general practices in the most disadvantaged areas of Glasgow in treating alcohol problems.
New guidance aiming to tackle and prevent human trafficking has been published by the OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe), supported by the expertise of a University of Stirling social work lecturer.
Politics experts from the University of Stirling are hosting a public event this week to discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
University of Stirling students, Scott Meenagh and Hugh Nibloe, are set to test themselves against the world’s best para-athletes this month as they represent ParalympicsGB at the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.
Scotland’s Higher Education Minister Jamie Hepburn MSP visited the University of Stirling today (March 7) to join students back on campus and seal a time capsule at the newly completed Campus Central development.
The University of Stirling has joined forces with North Ayrshire Council to grow the ‘blue economy’ in the west of Scotland.
A £17m world-class research and innovation facility at the University of Stirling has moved a step closer, after the ambitious plans were approved by Stirling Council.
Two University of Stirling staff members have been announced as Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences.