This month’s events

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  1. Work, Organisations and Society thematic research group meeting

    Work, Organisations and Society thematic research group meeting

    'WOASIS' writing workshop for work in progress, April 2024

    This meeting of the Department of Management's Work, Organisations and Society (WOS) thematic research group will be the second in the group's Work,...

  2. School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Jonathan R Nitschke

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Jonathan R Nitschke

    Molecules in Metal Boxes

    Simple organic subcomponents can come together around metal-ion templates to produce intricate hollow capsules, which can bind guest molecules selectively. This...

  3. Knowledge and Practice thematic research group meeting

    Knowledge and Practice thematic research group meeting

    Archaeospectrographies: affective engagements with land's scape

    This meeting of the University of St Andrews Business School Department of Management's Knowledge and Practice thematic research group (K&P) will...

  4. Talin in mechanomemory: spatial organisation encoded by binary mechanochemical switches

    Talin in mechanomemory: spatial organisation encoded by binary mechanochemical switches

    Research seminar as part of the School of Biology's Biomolecular Sciences (BMS) External Seminar series by Prof. Ben Goult, Institute of Systems,...

  5. Grief Group

    Grief Group

    Student lunch

    This group is open to all students who are grieving, whether your loss is recent or in the past. It offers an opportunity to find common ground with others if...

  6. Constructing Other Worlds: A practical workshop on Animation and Ethnography

    Constructing Other Worlds: A practical workshop on Animation and Ethnography

    How can thinking like an animator inform anthropological research?

    The workshop is open to all students of Anthropology (UG, PGT AND PGR) (15 seats). Department of Social anthropology brings to you a one of its kind hands-on...

  7. Law's Two Bodies Interview with Sir John Saunders

    Law's Two Bodies Interview with Sir John Saunders

    We are delighted to invite to the upcoming 'Law's Two Bodies' event featuring Sir John Saunders, which will take place on Friday, 19 April, at...

  8. Senses and disability: exploring sensory experience and disability in and beyond the Ancient World

    Senses and disability: exploring sensory experience and disability in and beyond the Ancient World

    Further information and registration details can be found via the link below. Please contact [email protected] if you have additional...

  9. Dr Aidan Fowler on 'Patient Safety'
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    Dr Aidan Fowler on 'Patient Safety'

    This April, the Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis will welcome Dr Aidan Fowler, who will deliver this seminar on patient safety. Dr Fowler is the National...

  10. School of Chemistry Colloquium:  Dr Josh Makepeace (University of Birmingham)

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Dr Josh Makepeace (University of Birmingham)

    Chemical and Electrochemical Energy Storage Facilitated by Lithium Imide

    This event is open to final year undergraduate project students, PhD students, post-doctoral researchers and academic staff. Effective energy storage is one of...

  11. Godfather Death: A Grimm's Musical

    Godfather Death: A Grimm's Musical

    The Avison Brothers present - Pay What You Can £15.00 / £12.00 / £10.00

    Based on a little-known Grimm's fairy tale, this musical tells the story of one poor boy's journey through life, with Death as his Godfather....

  12. Ali Ansari's Iran (Polity Histories) --- Book Signing
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    Ali Ansari's Iran (Polity Histories) --- Book Signing

    Ali Ansari is a Professor in the School of History at the University of St Andrews. In Iran (Polity Histories) Ali takes readers on a journey through...

  13. Institute of Scottish Historical Research --- Postgraduate Research Seminar

    Institute of Scottish Historical Research --- Postgraduate Research Seminar

    Frances Bickerstaff -- Timber, sheep and salmon: the monastic economy of south-west Scotland c. 1160-1230; Michael Fraser -- Scots and Huguenots in...

  14. The Importance of Judicial Craft in Constitutional Adjudication

    The Importance of Judicial Craft in Constitutional Adjudication

    We are delighted to invite you to the ILCR Lecture by Kate O'Regan (Oxford), which will take place on Thursday, 25 April, from 5.15pm in the Old Seminar...