This month’s events

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  1. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  2. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by Revd Mandy Ralph, Minister, Annbank linked with Tarbolton...

  3. The McPherson Singers

    The McPherson Singers

    Michael Downes (director) The Music Centre's new chamber choir for staff and postgraduates makes its debut appearance in an informal concert featuring...

  4. Music in Museums

    Music in Museums

    Immerse yourself in music at the Wardlaw Museum. Drop in to hear music by St Andrews' most talented performers. Today, listen in to the talent of one of...

  5. Music in Museums: Scholarship Saxophone Quartet

    Music in Museums: Scholarship Saxophone Quartet

    The Wardlaw Museum's Sunday afternoon concert series returns with an informal concert by the Music Centre's scholarship saxophone quartet....

  6. Wispelwey as Mentor

    Wispelwey as Mentor

    Internationally renowned cellist Pieter Wispelwey follows his Friday evening concert with a morning of workshops working both with the Music Centre's...

  7. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Prof David Jasper and Prof Jeremy J. Smith (University of Glasgow), 'The Victorian Invention of Medieval Liturgy: a case study in cultural appropriation'

    Professor David Jasper and Professor Jeremy J. Smith (University of Glasgow), 'The Victorian Invention of Medieval Liturgy: a case study in cultural...

  8. St Andrews Concert Series presents Pieter Wispelwey (cello)

    St Andrews Concert Series presents Pieter Wispelwey (cello)

    Bach: Cello Suite no. 1 in G, BWV 1007 Reger: Suite no. 1 for cello solo, op.131c Bach: Cello Suite no. 2 in D minor, BWV 1008 Britten: Cello Suite no. 1, op.72...

  9. Social Anthropology Departmental Seminar: Prof David Zeityln (University of Oxford)

    Social Anthropology Departmental Seminar: Prof David Zeityln (University of Oxford)

    Making Theory soup: concepts for an eclectic anthropology

    Speaker will be in-person, participants can join in person in UCO50 or online.

  10. Compline

    Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  11. Thinking Allowed

    Thinking Allowed

    Join the Chaplain looking at issues in faith and society. What are your questions about faith and science? All are welcome, no matter your faith or background....

  12. Cultural Prescription

    Cultural Prescription

    Now more than ever it's important to take time for your wellbeing, connect to others, and to St Andrews. If you want to try something new and creative,...

  13. Grief Group Student Lunch

    Grief Group Student Lunch

    This group is open to all students who are grieving, and this does not have to be a recent loss. It offers an opportunity to find common ground with others in...

  14. The Bell Pettigrew Sessions

    The Bell Pettigrew Sessions

    Join Museums of the University of St Andrews, the Students' Association and STAR: St Andrews Radio to enjoy fantastic live music from St Andrews'...

  15. Understanding and supporting knowledge sharing in the midst of uncertainty

    Understanding and supporting knowledge sharing in the midst of uncertainty

    Global Challenges Lecture Series: Leadership in Global Health

    This lecture, given by Dr Vicky Ward, examines the case of interprofessional healthcare teams as a powerful way of bringing together the knowledge and expertise...

  16. Kazakhstan: Living With and Giving Up the Bomb

    Kazakhstan: Living With and Giving Up the Bomb

    Dr Togzhan Kassenova, Senior Fellow at the Center for Policy Research

    The Institute of Middle East, Central Asia & Caucasus Studies (MECACS) presents Dr Togzhan Kassenova on Kazakhstan: Living With and Giving Up the Bomb. In...

  17. The Reformation Day Lecture - Dr Kat Hill (Birkbeck, London)

    The Reformation Day Lecture - Dr Kat Hill (Birkbeck, London)

    'Silent in the Land: Mennonites, migration and long legacies of the radical Reformation'

    For all questions regarding the 2022 Reformation Day Lecture, please contact Dr Matt McLean mam5@st-andrews.ac.uk

  18. Environmental Change Research Group Seminar, Tobias Nyumba (African Conservation Centre)

    Environmental Change Research Group Seminar, Tobias Nyumba (African Conservation Centre)

    Environmental safeguards for nature, people and linear infrastructure

  19. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  20. Simply Quiet

    Simply Quiet

    In the middle of the week the Chaplaincy offers a time of stillness to pause, gather and reflect. All students and staff welcome - come when you can and...

  21. Music Talk by James Cook

    Music Talk by James Cook

    Music in Pre-Reformation Scotland: Adventures in Digital Prosopography

    Our series of talks highlighting a hugely diverse range of musical research returns! All are welcome -- FREE admission...

  22. Theology Research Seminar

    Theology Research Seminar

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - The Doctrine of God and Theological Ethics (chaired by Dafydd Daniel)

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - The Doctrine of God and Theological Ethics (chaired by...

  23. Photography: BAME Network X Wardlaw

    Photography: BAME Network X Wardlaw

    Join the BAME Network and talented student artists to explore different art forms and the ways they can help you to express yourself. You'll have the...

  24. Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Dr Jamie Grant (UH&I), 'A

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar: Dr Jamie Grant (UH&I), 'A "Thick" Reading of the Epilogue: Ecclesiastes and Old Testament...

  25. The France of Houellebecq and Macron

    The France of Houellebecq and Macron

    Free, but please book your tickets on the Byre Theatre website - Free

    What is the state of today's France as presided over by Emmanuel Macron and observed by the ageing enfant terrible of French letters, Michel Houellebecq?...

  26. Lunchtime concert: piano scholar showcase

    Lunchtime concert: piano scholar showcase

    Two of the Music Centre's most talented piano students curate a varied lunchtime programme. Admission: £4, FREE to Music Centre Members

  27. School of Management pedagogy development session

    School of Management pedagogy development session

    Projects for publishing from teaching

    This session builds on the series of in-person research and pedagogical workshops held in May and June 2022 with Professor Kathy Lund Dean, Honorary Professor...

  28. Professor Bhakti Shringarpure: 'Stories and Saviors: On Literary Humanitarianism'

    Professor Bhakti Shringarpure: 'Stories and Saviors: On Literary Humanitarianism'

    CIMS Seminar Series

    The Cultural Identity and Memory Studies Institute welcomes Professor Bhakti Shringarpure from the University of Connecticut's Department of English and...

  29. Prussians at Sellasia: How Ancient Military History Earned its Bad Reputation

    Prussians at Sellasia: How Ancient Military History Earned its Bad Reputation

    Roel Konijnendijk - Oxford

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. The format for this event will be confirmed shortly. For further information please contact...

  30. Turning Pages

    Turning Pages

    Turning Pages is a monthly group for staff discussing readings mainly on faith. For more information contact Revd Dr Donald MacEwan, dgm21@st-andrews.ac.uk.

  31. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  32. Organ Concert by Rory Moules (Oxford Oratory)

    Organ Concert by Rory Moules (Oxford Oratory)

    Our lunchtime organ series featuring players from throughout the UK takes place in St Salvator's Chapel (Gregor Hradetzky organ, 1973) and in the...

  33. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  34. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by His Excellency Archbishop Claudio Gugerotti, Apostolic...

  35. Empire is Everywhere, Even in your Kitchen

    Empire is Everywhere, Even in your Kitchen

    What is Empire? and how can it be found in your kitchen cupboards? Join us to explore how empire has shaped our lives and homes, and plant your own herbs and...

  36. Quiet Opening

    Quiet Opening

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum for a Quiet Opening. Free from the hustle and bustle of a general visit, with adjusted operations, our Quiet Openings are designed...

  37. Learning about Community in a Crisis

    Learning about Community in a Crisis

    Global Challenges Lecture Series: Leadership in Global Health

    Professor Stephen Reicher, a social psychologist and expert in crowd psychology, presents on the phenomenon of collective resilience, what it tells us more...

  38. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  39. Empire is Everywhere, Even in your Kitchen
    Limited access

    Empire is Everywhere, Even in your Kitchen

    3-6 year olds

    What is Empire? and how can it be found in your kitchen cupboards? Join us to explore how empire has shaped our lives and homes, and plant your own herbs and...

  40. Empire is Everywhere, Even in your Kitchen
    Limited access

    Empire is Everywhere, Even in your Kitchen

    7-12 year olds

    What is Empire? and how can it be found in your kitchen cupboards? Join us to explore how empire has shaped our lives and homes, and plant your own herbs and...

  41. A tale of two strategies to efficiently explore the conformational space of molecular systems

    A tale of two strategies to efficiently explore the conformational space of molecular systems

    Research seminar as part of the School of Biology's Biomolecular Sciences (BMS) external seminar series by Dr Didier Devours, University of Edinburgh.

  42. Sustainable Resource Use - From Coring to Coding

    Sustainable Resource Use - From Coring to Coding

    The issue of sustainable resource use within a European context continues to be an important topic, particularly in light of the green and digital transitions....

  43. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Raisin Sunday and St Andrews Voices

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by Jo Love DCS, Wild Goose Recourse Group. Gowns are welcome...

  44. St Andrews Voices: Festival Service

    St Andrews Voices: Festival Service

    University Chaplain, the Rev Dr Donald MacEwan leads a service during which St Salvator's Chapel Choir will sing Sir Charles Villiers Stanford's Te...

  45. St Andrews Voices: St Andrews Scottish Songbook

    St Andrews Voices: St Andrews Scottish Songbook

    Jamie MacDougall (tenor) Scott Mitchell (piano) St Andrews Voices and the University of St Andrews launch the St Andrews Scottish Songbook, a new collection of...

  46. Performance evening with Alfie Packham and Sheena Blackhall

    Performance evening with Alfie Packham and Sheena Blackhall

    Free

    St. Leonard's College is hosting a multi-disciplinary and multi-modal performance evening, incorporating poetry and comedy, in the Old Burgh School. There...

  47. Platonic zoology

    Platonic zoology

    Professor Dimitri El Murr - Paris

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event and will be held Online. To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing...

  48. Wee Wardlaws
    Limited access

    Wee Wardlaws

    Faces and Emotions - Free

    Help your little one explore the world around them through museum objects, stories, songs, crafts and things to do and spot. Places are limited and booking...

  49. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Dr Mary W. McCampbell (Lee University), 'The Empathetic Imagination: How Art Can Help Us Love Our Enemies'.

    Dr Mary W. McCampbell (Lee University), 'The Empathetic Imagination: How Art Can Help Us Love Our Enemies'.

  50. What Are You Wearing? Upcycle It!

    What Are You Wearing? Upcycle It!

    Where do your clothes come from? and what do you do with them when they're old and tired? Get hands on and give them a new lease of life through...

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