When I decided to undertake a degree in Broadcast Journalism, it was partly because I was weary of numbers –I took three years of mathematics, physics, and chemistry during my time at High School– and yet there I was, attending a University of Sheffield seminar on Statistics and Journalism entitled “Statistics in Journalism Practice and […]
Dr Alenka Jelen, public relations I am very excited to join the University of Stirling, which is the cradle of public relations education in the UK. I took over the role of the Programme Director for MSc Strategic Communication and Public Relations (Joint Degree with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) and am teaching postgraduate modules on […]
Maggie Laidlaw, from Stirling to Glasgow School of Art It’s hard to believe it’s been a full year since I sat writing about my T.A. Dunn Award received from Stirling University’s FMJ dept in 2012…but here I sit, again writing about another very unexpected award. I studied at Stirling University’s dept of Film, Media and […]
Damyan Kachulski gives us his view on life as a Journalism student and making the transition from Undergraduate to Post Graduate study within CMC My experience with the Division of Communications, Media and Culture has been a great one. I chose to do my undergraduate course in Stirling because of the flexible, yet robust program […]
From The Sporting Past To Future Wellbeing: Intergenerational Sports Heritage in Glasgow’s Souths...
Arts & Humanities Research Council Funds Professor Richard Haynes project on Sport & Heritage: From The Sporting Past To Future Wellbeing: Intergenerational Sports Heritage in Glasgow’s Southside is an exploratory action research project funded by the Arts and Humanties Research Council under its ‘Care for the Future’ theme. The project was prompted by a need […]