One of the world’s top universities is set to host a Forth Valley College student for a summer of sporting and academic training.
Today [Wednesday 12 June 2019] CDN is delighted to welcome Dr Kirsty Robb as the first inductee of the CDN College Hall of Fame.
Two student artists from Forth Valley College have won Graduate Studio Prizes and been selected to make use of two fully funded studios at the Cowane Centre in Stirling as part of a joint initiative.
Technical Assistant George Mawhinnie has celebrated reaching the 25 years mark working at the Falkirk Campus.
Julie Warnock’s chances of completing a two day running and trekking challenge across the Sahara desert is more like a sure thing, rather than 50-50, after she stepped up her training regime in the Falkirk Campus gym.
Young people with additional support needs in the Falkirk area who are on the hunt to find a job with the help of DFN Project SEARCH – have graduated from their one year internship programme at Forth Valley Royal Hospital.
Forth Valley College Principal and Chief Executive Dr Ken Thomson is to receive an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
A multi-million pound fund that aims to get people out their cars and travelling sustainably has celebrated its first birthday in the Forth Valley.
A degree and diploma art exhibition at Forth Valley College’s Stirling Campus starts tomorrow Friday 7 June.
Some green-fingered Pathfinder students got their hands dirty planting marigolds in Falkirk recently.