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International Women in Science Day – Dr Heather Price

Dr Heather Price

Dr Heather Price is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Geography at University of Stirling. Her work aims to find new and creative ways to reduce environmental pollution and improve public health globally. We caught up with her ahead of International Women in Science Day to find out more about her. Read on Job title Senior

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International Women In Science Day – Dr Sabine Matallana-Surget

Dr Sabine Matallana-Surget is an accomplished Associate Professor of Environmental Molecular Microbiology. To celebrate International Women in Science Day, we had the opportunity to ask her some questions to discover what drives her and learn more about the inspirations and motivations that sparked her passion for a career in the scientific field. Let’s get started!

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Alumni stories: Charles Wang

Joining us from China, Charles Wang recently completed his MSc TESOL. Read on to discover Charles’ journey and find out how achieving his Masters has helped him develop the skills he needed to boost his career. Originally from Beijing, Charles began his career working as an English textbook editor at a well-known publishing house in

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5 Reasons to Study in Scotland

Let’s be honest: there’s nowhere on planet earth quite like Scotland. Our little country is warm, welcoming and totally inclusive. With our vibrant cities, historic landmarks and breathtaking scenery, you’re never far from adventure here. That’s just one reason why Scotland was named the most beautiful country in the world by Rough Guides in 2019

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Alumni stories: Eugene Bobrov

Joining us remotely from China, Ukrainian student Eugene Bobrov recently completed his MSc Sport Performance Coaching (Online). Read on to discover Eugene’s stellar journey and find out how achieving his Masters has helped fuel his passion and boost his career. Eugene Bobrov’s passion for football began in his hometown of Donetsk, Ukraine, where he played

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Campus Services over the 2023 Winter Break

Winter campus image - Wallace Monument, Loch, Cottrell Building, Snow, Ice

If you’re staying on or near campus during the winter break, we have pulled together this useful list of available services to help you during this time.     The winter break period runs from Friday 22 December 2023 to Tuesday 2 January 2024 inclusive.   Library and IT Information Services will be keeping the library open over

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Support for students over the 2023 Christmas break

Here at Stirling, we do everything we can to ensure our staff and students have access to the support they need — including during the holidays. A lot of us may be travelling away from Stirling during the Christmas period, but there will continue to be a range of support services in operation for those

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