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British psychologist to receive prestigious award

Steve Reicher, Wardlaw Professor in the School of Psychology and Neuroscience, has been awarded the 2018 Harold Lasswell Award.

6 July 2018Awards

Professor Reicher on Turkey

This week Steve Reicher, Professor of Social Psychology, was in Istanbul as an observer under the auspices of the International Society for Political Psychology at the trial of an academic colleague accused of terrorist propaganda by the Turkish Government. This is his personal first-hand account.

1 February 2018Public interest stories

The Impact of Brexit on UK Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

Most innovative and economically important may be hardest hit.

22 January 2018Business

Explaining Trump’s appeal

New book predicted the success of the new US President

10 November 2016Public interest stories

Message from Principal Elect on the EU Referendum

Professor Sally Mapstone reassures staff and students.

24 June 2016University news

Versaille… and St Andrews

To celebrate the 300th anniversary of Louis XIV’s death in 1715, the French television channel Canal Plus commissioned 'Versailles', a ten-part drama on the Sun King and the great palace with which he is most associated. The first episode on BBC2 was transmitted on Wednesday 1 June, after a good deal of advance billing that generated high expectations of lust, violence and intrigue.

2 June 2016Public interest stories

Darling: “We belong together”

Alistair Darling to use public address to make the case for Scotland remaining in the UK.

10 June 2014Government

Fife pupils solve international crisis

Youngsters learn to be ‘global citizens’.

5 March 2014Local community

To a yes?

The Bard would vote for independence, says leading expert.

10 January 2014Research

Hillary Rodham Clinton to address academic leaders in St Andrews

Former United States Secretary of State to join in University of St Andrews 600th Anniversary Celebrations

27 August 2013Government