We are a scientific community that studies the Earth and its neighbours in space.  We aim to provide a diverse, inclusive environment which fosters open-minded critical thinking and debate, and we are committed to creating a scientifically literate and informed society.  We welcome everyone who shares these aspirations.  More about SEES >>

Specific current vacancies are listed below.  For general information on opportunities and studentships in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences see our opportunities page.

  • Seminars 2017/8

    27 Sep 2017 – Room 310 @ 1pm Richard Baker (SEES) : Proterozoic tuffs of Scotland – new rocks from old 11 Oct 2017 – Playfair @ 1pm Eleanor Mare (SEES) :  When you squish magma, its structure changes, and this affects trace element partitioning 18 Oct 2017 – Room 310 @ 1pm Patricia Sanchez-Baracaldo […]
  • Visiting Days

    Attendance for these events must be pre-booked via Visiting Days Undergraduate Visiting Days Wednesday 4 October 2017 Wednesday 18 October 2017 Wednesday 25 October 2017 Wednesday 1 November 2017 Postgraduate Visiting Days Wednesday 15 November 2017 Wednesday 14 March 2018 School specific Visiting Day packs can be collected from the School office on Wednesday morning.
  • Inaugural Lecture by Professor Adrian Finch – 25th Oct 2017

  • Climate Change Event: simple, serious, solvable

    Public lecture, 1700 Wednesday 1 Nov, Student’s Union Climate Change: the science is simple, the impacts are serious, the problem is solvable. Join Dr James Rae at 1700 on Wednesday 1 November to discover more about climate change as part of St Andrews Green Week 2017.  Suitable for a general audience and featuring explosions, live […]