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Deltas and Humans: A Long Relationship Threatened by Global Change

In this public lecture organised by the School of Geography and Sustainable Development and made possible with support from the Institute for Population, Wellbeing & Environment Research (I-POWER), Professor Thomas S Bianchi, Endowed Chair and Fellow at the University of Florida, will talk about his research and resulting publication on the long relationship humans have…12:00 PM to 23:50 PM

Thursday 27 June 2019

Student Experience Research Symposium

The Centre for Higher Education Research (CHER) and Medical Education Research Group (MERG) present a research symposium on the ‘Student Experience‘. The speakers will be presenting their research on various aspects of the student experience which has implications for policy and practice. Schedule 2pm to 2.05pm Welcome and introduction – Anita Laidlaw and Ken Mavor…Medical Sciences Building14:00 PM to 16:30 PM

Monday 10 June 2019

Marie Curie 10K Walk

Join us for this annual walk in aid of Marie Curie. Staff, friends, family, and even dogs are welcome! The route takes in some of St Andrews’ most iconic sites and will take around 3 and a half hours at a comfortable pace. For those doing the Step Count Challenge this is a great way…Select location10:00 AM to 23:50 PM

Saturday 8 June 2019

The Athena SWAN journey: three departmental Gold Award holders share top tips and best practice

Organised by the School of Biology Equality and Diversity Committee, and supported by Wellcome ISSF Equality and Diversity funds, this workshop aims to share and promote best practice between institutions and departments applying for Athena SWAN Awards. Join us in the Arts Lecture Theatre (adjacent/behind the University Library) to hear three Athena SWAN Gold Award…Arts Building10:00 AM to 15:00 PM

Tuesday 11 June 2019

Death Café

At a Death Café, people gather to eat cake, drink coffee and discuss death. The Death Café is an event which aims ‘to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives’. It offers a facilitated discussion of death with no objectives or specific themes. It is…12:30 PM to 13:30 PM

Wednesday 22 May 2019

Death Café

At a Death Café people gather to eat cake, drink coffee and discuss death. The Death Café is an event to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives. It offers a facilitated discussion of death with no objectives or specific themes. It is a discussion…16:30 PM to 17:30 PM

Tuesday 14 May 2019

Talk by Fiona Duncan, Chair, Independent Care Review, hosted by Professor Sally Mapstone

The Principal has invited Fiona Duncan, Chair of the Independent Care Review, to talk to staff, students and external guests about her work and some of the issues young people may face from this particular background in accessing HE. Following the talk, Ms Duncan will invite questions from the audience. You are invited to join…School III, St Salvator's Quad14:45 PM to 15:45 PM

Thursday 14 March 2019

Psychology and Neuroscience seminar: Dr Nathan Emery

Dr Nathan Emery’s seminar is titled: A Comparative Psychology of Fun & Games. The seminar will begin at 1pm in the Old Library. Abstract: Despite being an essential part of modern human life, with innumerable benefits to physical and mental health and wellbeing, fun has received scant attention from psychological research. In this talk, I…School of Psychology and Neuroscience13:00 PM to 14:00 PM

Friday 16 November 2018

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