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Sea serpent sightings influenced by ancient marine reptile fossil finds

Sea monster sightings in the 19th century were influenced by the discovery of ancient reptile fossils, says St Andrews research.

23 April 2019Research

Teaching Excellence Awards 2019

Excellent teaching has been recognised by staff and students at the University of St Andrews.

23 April 2019Awards

Sun shines on St Andrews Pride

Hundreds of people from across the rainbow in St Andrews and beyond basked in the sunshine as Fife's longest running Pride event took place.

22 April 2019Local community

Frenchman sings praises of Fife writer

An online resource celebrating acclaimed Fife writer Joe Corrie is launched by the University thanks to an enthusiastic young Frenchman.

18 April 2019Public interest stories

Yorkshire female entrepreneurs take centre stage in Summer Showcase

Research from St Andrews will shine a light on the impact of Yorkshire women as part of the British Academy annual Summer Showcase 2019.

16 April 2019Research

St Andrews shows its PRIDE

People from across the rainbow are invited to join Fife’s PRIDE event, to celebrate love, diversity and identity on Saturday 20 April.

16 April 2019Public interest stories

Smithsonian curator to lead St Andrews museums

The University has appointed a new Director of Museums to lead on a significant period of transformation for its galleries and collections.

16 April 2019University news

Art exhibition focuses on mystery of Easter

A multi-format art exhibition, exploring the journey towards Easter in Christianity, has been organised by the University for Holy Week.

12 April 2019Local community

Prestigious research grants worth half a million pounds awarded to university

World-leading academics from the University have been awarded research funding worth a total of almost half a million pounds.

11 April 2019Awards

Nordic fare finds Fife niche

Two St Andrews graduates are bringing Nordic cuisine to Fife to pair Scottish produce with its culinary traditions.

9 April 2019University news