Sustainability Events Bulletin – 14 March 2023

Welcome to our Sustainability Events Bulletin. Below you will find a list of upcoming events about climate, energy, environment and sustainability at the University of St Andrews.  

To feature your upcoming University event in a future bulletin check out our blog post.

We hope you find this bulletin helpful for keeping track of events. 


Critical Conversations: Those Who Live by the Land 
Tuesday 14 March 2023, 5.30pm to 6.15pm 
Online event 

Irvine Memorial Lecture: The social sciences are better than the natural sciences (Discuss) 
Professor Steven Shapin, Harvard University 
Tuesday 14 March 2023, 5.15pm to 6.15pm 
Booth Lecture Theatre, Medicine 

School of Chemistry Colloquium: Dr Emilio Martinez-Paneda (Imperial) 
Predictive models for multi-physics challenges: Li-Ion battery degradation, hydrogen embrittlement and corrosion 
Wednesday 15 March 2023, 2pm to 3pm 
Purdie Building 

An international interdisciplinary conference on the materiality, spatiality, and processing of waste in the early modern workshop 
Thursday 16 March 2023 to Friday 17 March 2023, 8am to 6pm 
Online event 

Environmental Change Research Group seminar, Alex Houston (SGSD, UoStA) 
A novel method for radiocarbon dating greenhouse gas emissions from saltmarsh soils to address key blue carbon challenges 
Thursday 16 March 2023, 1pm to 2pm 
Irvine Building 

Sekai Machache’s Profound Divine Sky 
Film (2021): all proceeds going to RSPB Flow Country Partners Appeal Profound  
Wednesday 29 March 2023, 6pm to 7.15pm 
The Byre Theatre 

Training and development

OSDS and CEED are currently offering the following training for staff and students in 2023:

If you have any feedback about the bulletin, email us on [email protected]. Please note that only events featured on the University central calendar can be included in the bulletin. You can submit your event via the web page.

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