Launch of the SURSA oral history project

Stirling has a precious opportunity denied to most other universities: a chance to create an oral history of the University right from its foundation.

Read more about the launch Oral History of the University of Stirling on UNESCO Audio-Visual World Heritage Day on 27 October

Forthcoming events

Friday 29 March - 10:00am
THE DATE HAS CHANGED FROM 14 TO 29 MARCH The route consists of paths which can be very muddy, tarmac and rough pasture which is wet and a bit tussocky so boots and gaiters and poles are advised.
Wednesday 3 April - 10:45am
We meet at about 10:45am in the Smith Gallery on the first Wednesday of every month for coffee and a chat. There are usually between 20 and 30 members there - everyone is welcome to join us.
Wednesday 3 April - 2:30pm
Eric Shaw will give a talk entitled The Red Flag and the Union Jack in Cottrell 2X6.
Friday 5 April - 9:45am
The Backhouse Family has a Quaker heritage and family members were bankers from 1774, botanists, naturalists and geologists. The estate has the national collection of narcissus together with many other spring flowers and shrubs.
Tuesday 16 April - 7:30pm
A performance at the King's Theatre, Edinburgh with a possible alternative date of 20 April, depending on members' preferences
Friday 26 April - 7:30pm
A concert in the City Halls, Glasgow