Monthly Archives: November 2013

A little funding can go a long way..

This week’s blog comes from Dr Helen Rawson, Co-Director, Museum Collections Unit, who received CAPOD funding to help her attend an international conference in relation to her collections work. In September 2011 I attended the XI Annual Meeting of UMAC … Continue reading

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Training in Good Academic Practice (TGAP)

The fundamental values promoted by the University of St Andrews for academic work are: honesty, responsibility, fairness, justice, (self) respect for your work, learning and ultimately your degree.  These values have been written into our Good Academic Practice Policy (GAP). … Continue reading

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Reflections of a PhD graduate (from the blissful embrace of gainful employment)

This week’s blog entry comes courtesy of Dr. Brian Surgenor, recently graduated from the School of Chemistry. Thanks Brian for the kind words, and good luck in Leipzig. “If you have just completed your undergraduate, Master’s or PhD degree you … Continue reading

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