School news

New lecturer in Sustainable Development appointed

New lecturer in Sustainable Development appointed

We are delighted to announce that Dr Jessica Hope will be joining the school as lecturer in Sustainable Development from 1 June 2020.

PhD studentships available

PhD studentships available

The School of Geography and Sustainable Development invite applications for PhD studentships.

New lecturer in Sustainable Development appointed

New lecturer in Sustainable Development appointed

We are delighted to announce that Dr Antonis Vradis will be joining the school as lecturer in Sustainable Development from 1 July 2020.

New lecturer in Sustainable Development appointed

New lecturer in Sustainable Development appointed

We are delighted to announce that Dr Ifesinachi (Ife) Okafor-Yarwood will be joining the school as lecturer in Sustainable Development from 1 May 2020.

iMigMob2020: Call for Papers

iMigMob2020: Call for Papers

We invite abstract submissions for papers to be presented at the Third International Conference on Migration and Mobilities (iMigMob) in St Andrews, 8-10 July 2020.

Geography top according to The Times and Sunday Times

Geography top according to The Times and Sunday Times

Geography and Environmental Science at St Andrews has been ranked first in the UK by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020.

SGSD staff and students welcome Scotland’s First Minister

SGSD staff and students welcome Scotland’s First Minister

SGSD staff and postgraduates present at the launch event of the new Scottish Oceans Institute.

Doug Benn honoured by the RSGS

Doug Benn honoured by the RSGS

Congratulations to Professor Doug Benn on his award of the prestigious Coppock Research Medal by the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS).

SGSD staff at climateXchange

SGSD staff at climateXchange

Simone Riegel and Bill Austin gave invited lectures at climateXchange on Wednesday 12 December.

SGSD staff launch blue carbon citizen science project

SGSD staff launch blue carbon citizen science project

SGSD staff and the Scottish Government’s Blue Carbon Forum led Montrose school pupils for the launch of a blue carbon citizen science project.