European Awareness Day

  The Division of Communications, Media and Culture, University of Stirling is organising a European Awareness Day, which will take place from Tuesday 13 – Wednesday 14 June 2017. There will be two showings of a free music recital ‘Europe: What a Passion!’ at the Read More …

Students say NO to online extremism and make their #GenerationProud

Five students from the Division of Communication, Media and Culture (CMC) at University of Stirling have launched a social media campaign to say ‘NO’ to online extremism in all its forms. The campaign also aims at promoting tolerance and respect for each other, and encourages Read More …

Postgraduate CMC Students Visit Brussels for Public Affairs in the EU Seminar

  Brussels, 3-4 November 2016 Postgraduate public relations and gender studies students spent two days visiting Brussels for a series of specialist public affairs seminars organised by Dr Alenka Jelen-Sanchez. The annual event aims to introduce students to public affairs, advocacy, public policy and communication Read More …

Stirling Production Students win again at Scottish Student Journalism Awards

Communications, Media & Culture production students are on a roll with their current win at the Scottish Student Journalism Award taking them to 3 years in a row for Best Broadcast.  The quality and dedication shown by our students has been recognised and they winning Read More …

Why “macho” is key word in Dame Janet Smith’s report

In her opening statement in her report (http://www.damejanetsmithreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Opening-Statement-of-Dame-Janet-Smith-25.02.16.pdf)  on Jimmy Savile’s years abusing girls, boys, women and men at the BBC, Dame Janet Smith refers to a “macho culture” as an important element that enabled Savile to get away with decades of criminal, abusive behaviour. Read More …

Peter Dimmock: Television pioneer and master of the deal

The death of Peter Dimmock, age 94, should be marked as the passing of a remarkable television pioneer. Among many firsts in television, Dimmock was the man behind the remarkable images of Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation and the man who negotiated, smooth talked and cajoled Read More …