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Equality at Stirling

At the University of Stirling there are a range of great activities and initiatives going on to promote and ensure equality for our staff and students. 

Welcome to Stirling Professor Maggie Cusack

We are delighted to welcome Professor Maggie Cusack to the University of Stirling as our new Dean of Natural Sciences. Joining us from University of Glasgow, Maggie has had a successful career in academia and we’re delighted to get to know her, and… Continue Reading →

Converge Challenge 2017

Converge Challenge provides ‘students and staff of all Scottish Universities and research institutes with practical commercial skills enabling them to bring to market novel products and services, thus creating sustainable profitable companies helping Scotland grow as a CAN Do competitive… Continue Reading →

Thinking about Drinking: A Year in the Life of an Alcohol Researcher at Stirling

Niamh was active in helping the media understand the implications of the 2016 new alcohol guidelines. Here she discusses what happened as a result of the publication of the new guidelines and how the media portray the facts in their… Continue Reading →

Why will studies of exercise and nutrition for healthy ageing achieve high altmetric scores? An interview with Dr Oliver Witard

Interview with Oliver Witard, Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, by Lauren Wilson and Fiona Millar Reflecting back on some of the headlines by University of Stirling researchers in 2016, the work done by the Physiology, Exercise & Nutrition Research Group… Continue Reading →

Research Profile: Adam Hayward

Adam Hayward; Research Profile; @adhayward18; Email Eleven years ago, I took a class on Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution during my degree at the University of Nottingham. Last week, I found myself back at Nottingham and in the same class, but… Continue Reading →

Research & Scholarly Communications team

By Lisa Haddow, Research & Scholarly Communications Team Manager The Research and Scholarly Communications team will provide a tailored support service to the research community, in order to support the University’s ambitions to grow research income and activity. We came… Continue Reading →

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