2014 Teaching Awards Shortlist

Congratulations to Dr Sarah Marsden on her shortlisting for the 2014 Teaching Awards. These awards are organised by the St Andrews Students Association and are a way of recognising and rewarding the excellent teaching and learning that occurs within the University.

Sarah has been shortlisted for the Excellence in Teaching (Postgraduate level) award.

Full details and the list of other nominees can be found here.

Stanford Humanities Center International Visitor Richard English discusses the evolving landscape of terrorism studies

CSTPV’s Richard English is currently in residence at the Stanford Humanities Center as an International Visitor during the spring 2014 quarter. English talked to Patricia Blessing, the Executive Officer for the International Visitors Program, about how the history of nationalism in Ireland relates to the study of terrorism and the importance of viewing terrorism through a historical lens.

Please see the Stanford Humanities Center website for the text of the interview.

CSTPV 20th Anniversary Symposium - September 2014

Terrorism Research: Past, Present and Future

A Symposium to Mark the Twentieth Anniversary of the Establishment of CSTPV

Registration is now open for the 20th Anniversary CSTPV Symposium, 19th - 20th September 2014 . This event is free to attend so no official registration is required, however for catering, please visit our online shop and submit the relevant details.


Symposium details

Paul Wilkinson Lecture 2014 - Professor Ariel Merari

The 2014 Paul Wilkinson Lecture will be given by Professor Ariel Merari on 24 April 2014, 5 PM in the Arts Lecture Theatre.

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CSTPV Symposium - Political Violence and The Long Great War 1914-1923

CSTPV will hold a one-day symposium on the 28 June 2014 in the Hebdomadar’s room to which all are welcome.

Please see the
Symposium webpage for further details.

Association of University Administrators (AUA) Administrator Award 2014

Gillian Duncan, The Handa CSTPV's Administrative Manager is to receive the first ever Association of University Administrators (AUA) Administrator Award 2014. As well as recognising Gillian's commitment to the AUA, it also recognises the wider overall improvement of higher education administration. The award is designed to acknowledge the sustained or exceptional service of an AUA member to the administration or management of their institution, over and above what is normally expected within their role.

Gillian will collect her award at the Annual AUA Conference Gala Dinner on 15th April in Manchester. (
http://www.aua.ac.uk)