The aim of the Laidlaw Scholarship Programme is to equip undergraduate students with the necessary research and leadership skills to help them fulfil their ambitions beyond their course of study, whether they intend to pursue a career in research or in another sector. In the summer of 2017 fifty Laidlaw Scholars designed, pursued and reported on a research question of their own devising, working with an academic in their chosen School.
You are invited to attend a viewing of the posters created by this year’s Laidlaw Scholars.
Monday 30 October 2017, 1100 – 1200 and 1530 – 1630
Lower College Hall, St Salvator’s Quad
The Programme is generously sponsored by Lord Laidlaw of Rothiemay.
The Trustee of The Sutherland Page Trust invites applications from Under-Graduates or Post-Graduates studying courses in Medicine, Law, Arts, Divinity or Science who have successfully completed the first year of their course.
Only students who were born in Scotland, or who have at least one parent born in Scotland, or who were resident in Scotland for at least 3 continuous years prior to entry to a Scottish University need apply.
More information and Application forms are available to download here https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/students/money/bursariesandscholarships/sutherlandpagetrust/
Application forms should be returned, together with the necessary documentation, to Student Services at Eden Court by 5pm Monday 20 November 2017.
You are invited to take part in a short study (~10 minutes) that explores performance in a Trivia task, individual characteristics and decision making. At the end of the study you will be shown the answers to the Trivia questions. As reward for your participation you can also enter a prize draw for a £20/$25 Amazon voucher.
Here is the link: https://standrews.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9tsffBQn6J4NGfP
Thank you – your help is much appreciated! Your participation will be anonymous and contributes towards a PhD in the School of Management.
Ethical approval code: MN 11774
We are conducting research into eating behaviour and taste in people aged 18-50 years of age. This involves completing an online questionnaire (which will take approx. 20 min) and one visit to the Medical School (approx. 40 min). The online questionnaire includes demographic, lifestyle and eating behaviours. The visit to the Medical School includes height, weight, waist and body composition measurements and the collection of a saliva sample. You will also be offered a selection of soft cheese/milk samples to taste and you will be asked to complete brief questionnaires about eating behaviour. You will receive a £10 Amazon voucher for your time.
Email your full name to email@example.com if you are interested in taking part, or have any questions. UTREC Approval Code: MD11092
This study is being conducted with Enhancement Theme funding awarded by CAPOD (St Andrews). It expands upon research undertaken as part of my, Rayna Rogowsky’s, MSc Health Psychology dissertation in the School of Medicine, and investigates students’ perspectives on their health care needs and services.
We invite undergraduate and postgraduate students who self-identify as having a long-term illness, disability, or medical condition to take part in an interview, which will last no longer than 45 minutes. Before the interview, you will be asked to complete a brief questionnaire.
A maximum of 30 participants will be recruited. Each participant will be offered £4 compensation for taking part in an interview.
UTREC Approval Code: MD12586
If you’re interested in hearing more about participation, please contact:
The Environment Team is running a Green Raisin Competition for the most environmentally friendly costume/receipt! The greenest academic family (max 8 people) will win a land yachting or SUP-ing experience, generously sponsored by Blown Away! To enter, send a photo of your efforts to the Environment Team Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org by 26th October.
The Desert Roses is a dance troupe that represents Shimmy Soc St Andrews, and we perform a variety of dance styles from Bollywood to Beyonce!
Auditions to be a part of The Desert Roses will be held on Thursday 19th October 4-6pm in the Small Rehearsal Room.
Dancers of all levels and styles are encouraged to audition!
Stop by at any point and have prepared a short piece – bring some music and enjoy it! If you won’t be able to make this slot, email us and let us know in order to arrange another date or time. Feel free to email us a short clip of your dancing!
Find us on facebook or email us on eidsoc / lbbw
Hope to see you there!
This is a reminder that normally all exams, including resits, must take place in St Andrews, during one of the three official diets. The same goes for any postponement of a deferred assessment beyond the original academic year.
Please be reminded that:
- a) you must not plan to leave St Andrews before the end of the December and May diets, in case it is necessary to reschedule an exam to the end of its diet; and
- b) if a request for exam deferral is granted, it will require presence in St Andrews during the August diet.
Graham Kirby, Stephen Tyre and Martin Campbell