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The Best Defence Is...

Today is exactly one month since one of the best days of my PhD: the viva. Having had a month to come to terms with real life after 8 years of being a student, I wanted to write something about my viva experience. 1,154 more words

Physics

A brief note of thank you

A Message from SDHI Co-Director Thilo Kroll: I would like to thank the SDHI Team  for making my time in SDHI over the past (nearly) six years not only an extremely gratifying and successful journey but an exciting and creative one. 137 more words

Sdhi

New Beginnings!

As a new cohort of students are preparing to travel to St Andrews this weekend to begin their academic careers we’ve been reflecting on where it all began!  389 more words

St Andrews

New Associate Editor: Michael Morrissey

Today, we are pleased to be welcoming a new member of the Methods in Ecology and Evolution Associate Editor Board. Michael Morrissey joins us from the University of St Andrews in Scotland and you can find out a little more about him below. 331 more words

Journal Updates

'P' is for Passport

In 27 days, I will be squished into a window seat with my headphones in, ignoring the safety demonstration prior to take off.  Behind me; my home town, my family, and any sense of familiarity in my daily life. 194 more words

'P' Is For Passport

This student experienced the terror -- and surprising beauty -- of the Turkey coup attempt

Like many high school graduates, Carine Ghannoum, from Miami, used the summer before college to travel.

When she and her family set foot in Istanbul, Turkey on July 14, the mood was jovial. 754 more words

News

The Regiam Majestatem

Special Collections was recently able to ‘bring home’ an exciting copy of the key Scottish legal text.  The manuscript of Regiam Majestatem, written in Lowland Scots, dated 18 October 1548, and was owned by a St Andrews student, the poet and writer Alexander Hume.   477 more words

Manuscript Collection