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 25 January - 10:30am
Meet at Braeval car park which is almost three miles from Port of Menteith on the RHS of A81 going towards Aberfoyle.
Wednesday 6 February - 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 6 February - 2:30pm
Mary Taylor will give a talk on Protecting Stirling’s Built Heritage in Cottrell 2X6. Mary taught postgraduate Housing Studies at Stirling for 20 years and became a trustee at the Stirling City Heritage Trust having recently completed major renovation works to create a home in the centre of Stirling.
Monday 18 February - 10:30am
Darn walk/Glen Road, led by Bill
Wednesday 27 February - 2:30pm
Wendy Perry will give a talk on Facing Dementia in the Iris Murdoch Conference Centre 1/2. She will discuss some of the issues that have to be faced when someone is diagnosed with dementia.
Wednesday 6 March - 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.