This week’s events

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  1. Tiepido-Cool
    Limited access

    Tiepido-Cool

    A cross-cultural exploration of how we perceive shifts and contrasts of temperature, visually and through touch

    Participants will be invited to respond to the work of visual artist, Davide D'Elia, and to work collectively with word and image to produce prose poems...

  2. 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.

  3. 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,...

  4. Damascene Reformers

    Damascene Reformers

    The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.'

    The Syrian Arab Republic has rarely been out of the headlines following the rise to power of Hafiz al-Asad in 1970 and Bashar al-Asad in 2000 and has been at...

  5. Utama (12A)

    Utama (12A)

    St Andrews Green Film Festival presents - Pay What You Can £8.00 / £6.00

    This stunningly beautiful film takes us to the Bolivian highlands, where an elderly Quechua couple has been living the same daily life for years. During an...

  6. Heaven or Heat Death?

    Heaven or Heat Death?

    Christian and Scientific Perspectives on the End of the Universe

    The University Chaplaincy has invited Br. Guy J. Consolmagno, SJ, Director of the Vatican Observatory, astronomer, physicist and Jesuit Priest to speak on this...

  7. 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.

  8. Chaplain's Conversations

    Chaplain's Conversations

    with Dharini Balasubramaniam - FREE but please book

    Discover more about the people of the University of St Andrews. In conversation with the Chaplain, Donald MacEwan, key figures explore their path to the...

  9. 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...

  10. Taming the Garden (15)

    Taming the Garden (15)

    St Andrews Green Film Festival presents - Pay What You Can £8.00 / £6.00

    Taming the Garden tells the story of centuries-old trees that an influential man collects for his private park. Director Salomé Jashi accompanies this bizarre...

  11. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by Revd Dr Jenny Wright, Chaplain to the Archbishop, of York....

  12. The Man in the Submarine

    The Man in the Submarine

    [Y Dyn yn y Llong Danfor] - Pay What You Can £15.00 / £12.00 / £10.00

    Byre Theatre and Perth Theatre present the World Premiere of The Man in the Submarine [Y Dyn yn y Llong Danfor] by Laila Noble Winner of the inaugural St...

  13. New Testament Research Seminar

    New Testament Research Seminar

    Catrin Williams, "Sign(s) and Scripture in the Gospel of John"

    Catrin Williams, "Sign(s) and Scripture in the Gospel of John"

  14. Hebrew Bible Research Seminar

    Hebrew Bible Research Seminar

    Dr Andrew Mein (St Andrews), 'Seeing Ezekiel's Visions in Early Modern Europe'

    Dr Andrew Mein (St Andrews), 'Seeing Ezekiel's Visions in Early Modern Europe'

  15. School of Economics and Finance Seminar

    School of Economics and Finance Seminar

    Identifying the Social Network of Influence

    Speaker: Dr Christopher Kops, Maastricht University Abstract: We live in a socially networked world and choices made by those within this network who influence...

  16. Energy Cafe: Energy, Elites and Social Media

    Energy Cafe: Energy, Elites and Social Media

    Anna Rauter, graduand of the CEE and University of St Andrews discusses the contemporary spaces of Anthropology. Anna's research examines how energy...

  17. Energy Cafe: Energy, Elites and Social Media

    Energy Cafe: Energy, Elites and Social Media

    Anna Rauter, graduand of the CEE and University of St Andrews discusses the contemporary spaces of Anthropology. Anna's research examines how energy...

  18. Gerald Finzi - The Man and His Music

    Gerald Finzi - The Man and His Music

    Join us for a day celebrating the musical world of one of Britain's most distinctive 20th century composers, who enjoyed close links to the University of...

  19. Lunch & Learn: Social Media Marketing - the basics

    Lunch & Learn: Social Media Marketing - the basics

    Organised by the Entrepreneurship Centre

    In this month's Lunch & Learn we will be covering Social Media Marketing: the basics. We're delighted to be joined by Mike Scott, who will be...

  20. Reverend Al Sharpton Interview and Audience Q&A

    Reverend Al Sharpton Interview and Audience Q&A

    American Civil Rights Leader Reverend Al Sharpton will be addressing St Andrews students with a keynote address followed by a 'fire-side chat' and...

  21. Organ Concert by Matthew McIlree (University of Glasgow)

    Organ Concert by Matthew McIlree (University of Glasgow)

    Free Style: From Buxtehude and Bach to jazz

    Organists from near and far perform a wide variety of repertoire on the 1974 Gregor Hradetzky organ (IV/40) in St Salvator's Chapel and on the 1868 T.C....

  22. CREEM Seminar: Dr Jessica Clark, University of Glasgow

    CREEM Seminar: Dr Jessica Clark, University of Glasgow

    Determining between biological, operational, and behavioural drivers of sustained schistosomiasis transmission

    Schistosomiasis is a neglected tropical disease affecting 240 million people. Endemic in Uganda, it has been the target of mass drug administration since 2003....

  23. Department of Social Anthropology Seminar - Elliott Oakley
    Cancelled

    Department of Social Anthropology Seminar - Elliott Oakley

    Making claims on Others: Affective politics and environmental conservation in Amazonian Guyana

    Seminar

  24. Organisations and Society thematic research group meeting

    Organisations and Society thematic research group meeting

    Reinventing the past to secure a future: changing a 500-year-old organisation

    This meeting of the School of Management's Organisations and Society thematic research group will welcome alumna Dr Toma Pustelnikovaite who will give a...

  25. In Person SEES Seminar - Dr. Lauren Marshall, Durham University, UK

    In Person SEES Seminar - Dr. Lauren Marshall, Durham University, UK

    Title: Interactive stratospheric aerosol modelling of volcanic eruptions and impact on climate

    Abstract: Explosive volcanic eruptions are important drivers of climate variability. Simulating volcanic eruptions is vital for understanding their impacts on...

  26. Early Modern and Reformation Seminar - Dr Ellie Woodacre (Winchester)

    Early Modern and Reformation Seminar - Dr Ellie Woodacre (Winchester)

    'Examining the Resources and Revenues of Royal Women in Premodern Europe'

    Dr Ellie Woodacre (Winchester) - 'Examining the Resources and Revenues of Royal Women in Premodern Europe' If you would like to join online...

  27. Middle East & Iranian Seminar - Dr Jaimee Comstock-Skipp (Oxford)

    Middle East & Iranian Seminar - Dr Jaimee Comstock-Skipp (Oxford)

    Remembering the Dismembering: Accounts of Muhammad Shaybani Khan's Dispatched Body Parts

    Dr Jaimee Comstock-Skipp (Oxford) - Remembering the Dismembering: Accounts of Muhammad Shaybani Khan's Dispatched Body Parts If you would like to...

  28. School of Chemistry Colloquium:  Dr James Cumby (University of Edinburgh)

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Dr James Cumby (University of Edinburgh)

    School of Chemistry Colloquium. This is open to final year undergraduate students, MSc students, PhD students, Post-Doctoral Research Fellows and Staff.

  29. Vernacular Rights Cultures and Rights Politics In Most of The World

    Vernacular Rights Cultures and Rights Politics In Most of The World

    A talk from Sumi Madhok

    Vernacular Rights Cultures offers a bold challenge to the dominant epistemologies and political practices of global human rights. It argues that decolonising...

  30. St. Andrews Centre for French History and Culture - BIANNUAL SEMINAR

    St. Andrews Centre for French History and Culture - BIANNUAL SEMINAR

    Dr Richard Taws (UCL) - 'Charles Meryon's Graphic Risk'

    Please email Tori Champion on [email protected] for the link to join online

  31. Lunchtime Concert by Lucy Schaufer (mezzo soprano) and Lana Bode (piano)

    Lunchtime Concert by Lucy Schaufer (mezzo soprano) and Lana Bode (piano)

    Grammy Award-winning Lucy Schaufer returns to St Andrews with a programme including the European premiere of The Divine Image - settings of William Blake...

  32. Vocal Masterclass by Lucy Schaufer (Bunyan-Craig Visiting Fellow in Singing)

    Vocal Masterclass by Lucy Schaufer (Bunyan-Craig Visiting Fellow in Singing)

    The ever-engaging Lucy Schaufer leads a group of vocal ensembles through a variety of classical and music theatre repertoire. Admission: FREE

  33. St Andrews Concert Series presents The Bach Players with Ricardo Barros

    St Andrews Concert Series presents The Bach Players with Ricardo Barros

    £16.00 / £12.00 / £6.00 / £0.00

    £16.00 £12.00 (Music Centre members / members of CMS-affiliated societies) £6.00 (students), children under 16 go free   McPherson Recital Room, Laidlaw...

  34. Damascene Reformers: The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.

    Damascene Reformers: The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.

    By Dr. Omar Imady, CSS associate, independent author Chair Prof Raymond Hinnebusch

    2022 saw the passing of two disparate yet similar Damascene Reformers: Muhammad Imady (June 2022) and Shaikha Munira al-Qubaisi (December 2022). Imady was the...

  35. From pearl formation to shellfish reefs: applying molecular techniques to malacological questions

    From pearl formation to shellfish reefs: applying molecular techniques to malacological questions

    Research seminar as part of the School of Biology's Biomolecular Sciences (BMS) external seminar series by Dr Carmel McDougall, Scottish Oceans Institute,...

  36. The importance of diversity in STEM: reflections on the past, opportunities for the future

    The importance of diversity in STEM: reflections on the past, opportunities for the future

    Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

    Melanie Welham, Executive Chair of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), gives a public lecture on 'The importance of...

  37. World Refugee Year and West German charitable aid to the global South, 1959-1960 the case of Algeria

    World Refugee Year and West German charitable aid to the global South, 1959-1960 the case of Algeria

    Speaker - Mathilde Von Bulow Chair - Bernhard Blumenau

    For over a decade after the Second World War, West Germany hosted over twelve million expellees, refugees, and displaced persons requiring assistance and...

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