You are reminded that Print & Design are ideally set up to help with the printing and binding of your dissertation. Black and white printing costs 5p per side and colour printing costs 60p or less per side (based on a discounted sliding scale). Soft-bindings cost £4 each (or £4.50 if over 150 pages).
Send your dissertation electronically (PDF format) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please allow 2 working days for production (combined time for printing and binding).
Tell us in your email:
- How many copies
- Which pages (if any) are to be printed in colour
- Whether printed single sided (standard) or double sided (on request – please check page numbering is set correctly for this and that blank sides are added where necessary)
- Whether to be bound fabric spine or Unibind style
- Date required
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU SEND IN YOUR FINAL VERSION
Please note: All dissertations printed at the Design Unit, (16 The Scores) will be Unibound. If your preference is for fabric spine binding, you must collect the prints from the Design Unit and take them to the Print Unit (65 North Street).
Alternatively, if you choose to print your dissertation yourself, you can bring it in to the Design Unit, 16 The Scores for Unibinding (completed within 15minutes) or to the Print Unit, 65 North Street for fabric spine binding (usually carried out within 30 minutes).
For more details about prices and services (including PhD thesis soft and hard binding), please see:
On Wednesday 21 August, the Thomson Reading Room in Martyrs will be closed until 13.00. All other sites will be open as usual.
On Friday 23 August, the Main Library, St Mary’s College Library including King James Library, and Martyrs Kirk, will close early at 16.00. Library at the Gateway and JF Allen Library will be open as usual. All sites will return to normal opening from Saturday 24 August, please check our web pages for full information.
24 hour pc classrooms are available.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
We are looking for participants for a study on the attentional mechanism underlying the perception of depth. This study is being conducted as part of my Laidlaw research project at the School of Psychology & Neuroscience.
We invite you to participate in an experiment where you will be asked to look at simple patterns of elements through a stereoscope. Looking through a stereoscope is a bit like watching a 3D film; each eye sees a slightly different image, resulting in parts of that image “popping out” at you. The task is simple; you will be shown simple patterns of elements and will be asked to pick out an element with a particular depth and orientation. A session will last around an hour.
Before the experiment we need to test your binocular vision. If you are one of about 10% of people with very poor binocular vision, we may need to let you go after less time. If so, we will compensate you for a minimum of £3. For those taking part in the full experiment, you will be compensated £5 per hour.
If you’re interested, please sign up on SONA with the following link:
If available slots aren’t convenient for you, you can also contact me at email@example.com and we can try to arrange an alternative time.
Researcher: Valeria Ryabchina
Supervisor: Prof. Julie Harris
Ethical approval code: PS13660
The University Postgraduate Researcher Induction and Essentials sessions are intended to help you make a smooth transition from undergraduate/masters study or the workplace to postgraduate research student.
- The Induction will explain the University structures, policies and procedures that apply to you as you undertake a doctoral or other research degree.
- The Essentials will introduce you to the full range of support and advice available to you as postgraduate research student, so that your time at St Andrews will be as rewarding and productive as possible.
To find out more and to book a place, please go to: https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/capod/students/pgresearch/universitypgrinduction/
If you started your degree in May so haven’t been on an Induction/Essentials yet, we encourage you attend – you may be surprised by how much there still is to learn
This study is being conducted as part of my (Meng Zhang, aka Logan) PhD research project at the School of Psychology and Neuroscience.
The study aims to explore how people react in a flood. We invite you to participate in an experiment where you will experience a simulated flood, and some scenarios adapted from previous field studies in 2018. In the experiment, you will need to report your feelings and perceptions of the event, and you will also need to make choices in certain scenarios.
You should be at least 17 years old and should not have experienced a flood before.
The experiment will take no more than 30 minutes and it is conducted in the Social Immersion Lab. You will be reimbursed with £3.
If you are interested, please sign up on SONA with the following link:
Ethical approval code: PS14082
Research postgraduates must complete mandatory courses before engaging in any teaching or marking, ideally just before the semester in which you first teach. The purpose of the workshops is to ensure that all postgraduate teachers have a basic understanding of the UK educational environment, awareness of relevant St Andrews policies and the range of support available for students, and grounding in the basic skills they will need to teach groups of students and to mark student work effectively. For the full range of support available see Support for Postgraduate Researchers who Teach.
(Research staff who do some teaching can either do these workshops or the relevant Academic Staff Development Programme workshops.)
You need to do one Tutoring/Demonstrating and one Assessment workshop. If you can’t make the Faculty-specific workshops, you are welcome to attend any of the other ones – the same principles are covered, it’s just the examples that differ. You must also complete the online course Diversity in the Workplace before attending the face-to-face workshops.
Book these workshops using the online booking system (select “Research postgraduate” from the Audience drop-down menu).
- Tutoring and Demonstrating: An introduction (cross-Faculty) – Thurs 29th August 2019, 1-5pm
- Assessment and Academic Misconduct: An introduction (cross-Faculty) – Fri 30th August 2019, 1-5pm
- Tutoring in the Arts: An introduction – Tues 10th September 2019, 1-5pm
- Assessment and Academic Misconduct (Arts): An introduction – Wed 11th September 2019, 1-5pm
- Tutoring & Demonstrating in the Sciences: An introduction – Thurs 12th September 2019, 1-5pm
- Assessment and Academic Misconduct (Science): An introduction – Fri 13th September 2019, 1-5pm
There are “catch-up” sessions for students arriving later in the semester who will be teaching in semester 1. These workshops are for students from all Faculties.
- Tutoring and Demonstrating: An introduction (cross-Faculty) – Thurs 3rd October 2019, 1-5pm
- Assessment and Academic Misconduct: An introduction (cross-Faculty) – Fri 4th October 2019, 1-5pm
There is only one set of workshops in semester two: the Arts workshops are 21st & 22nd January, the Science workshops are 23rd & 24th January 2020.
We are looking for participants for a study examining the characteristics of positive memories in individuals experiencing low mood. The study is being conducted as part of my (Aleksandra Eriksen Isham) PhD project at the School of Psychology and Neuroscience.
Participants should have been experiencing low mood for at least the past week, be fluent in English and in the age range 18-65 years old.
In the first part of the study participants will be asked to complete questions about autobiographical memory, trait mindfulness, emotion regulation and their past and present mental health. In the second part of the study participants will be asked to complete a memory diary.
Individuals who are interested in participating in the study can email Aleksandra Eriksen Isham. They will then receive an email with additional information about the study to let them decide whether they want to participate in it. Individuals who agree to participate will be invited to complete a screening questionnaire to assess whether they meet the study inclusion criteria. Individuals who meet the inclusion criteria will be invited to participate in the study.
Individuals who are invited to participate in the study will receive monetary reward for their participation: £8 for completing part one of the study and £8 for completing part two of the study.
Aleksandra Eriksen Isham
Ethical approval code: PS13948
A number of important policy changes relating to postgraduate research students have been approved and will come into effect for the 2019/2020 academic year. A complete list of changes is available online. All policies are available on the Academic policies and regulations page. In particular, PGR students should be aware of the changes below.
Leave of Absence, Re-Engagement and Withdrawal
A new policy outlining the principles, procedures and deadlines surrounding leave of absence, re-engagement and withdrawal. (Policy came into effect in January 2019).
Compassionate Leave amendment
An option has been introduced for postgraduate research students on a Tier 4 visa to request a short break from their studies due to a bereavement or other serious personal or medical matter without needing to apply for a new visa.
Location of Studies
‘Commutable distance’ has been defined as within 75 miles of St Andrews .
Good Academic Practice
This policy has been restructured to make clearer the processes of identification, escalation, investigation and sanctioning of academic misconduct. More detailed information on how to deal with cases of PGR academic misconduct has been included and a broader range of sanctions has been introduced.
Policy for Postgraduate Research Students
The Policy for postgraduate research students, which was previously presented as a webpage, has been converted to individual PDF documents to align with other University policies. Links to the documents can be found on the webpage, as well as on the Academic Policies page. Notable changes to the policy include:
- Supervision of PGR students
- Definitions and requirements – Amended to allow postdoctoral researchers to be appointed as secondary supervisors.
- Research skills training – Added a section on required training which details new requirements for research integrity training.
Length of Studies and Associated Fees for Postgraduate Research Students
Introduction of a part-time continuation period for students who have been part-time for at least 12 months (6 months for MPhil students) prior to the start of the continuation period.