Scotland’s Big Challenges
We’re discovering issues which matter to our students and which will affect Scotland now and in the future.
As a group, including internal and external stakeholders, we are discussing and coming up with ways that we, in St Andrews can play our part in addressing these issues, whether through teaching or any other aspect of university life.
As a group we are working through the following stages
Identifying the issues and presenting them for discussion
Connecting with collaborators and relevant stakeholders in the context of your challenge
Developing a solution which can be actioned by us together at the University of St Andrews
The second stage of CItEE 2023 took place in April at the Eden Campus of the University of St Andrews in Guardbridge, as well as online. Our fantastic students dived deep into exploration of the challenges with external stakeholders as well as colleagues from across the University. Since complex challenges are best addressed in diverse…
Friday 10 March saw the first exciting stage of CItEE 2023 take place at the Eden Campus in Guardbridge. Our amazing students came together to introduce their ideas, receive their awards, and start thinking about taking their projects forward. They were joined by some of the most creative and innovative colleagues from right across the…
As part of their drive to bring a real-world change through a programme Creating Impact through Enterprise Education colleagues Dr Gosia Mitka (Associate Dean Education – Arts and Divinity, Convener of the Entrepreneurial Education Working Group), Dr Gayle Doherty (Director of Impact and Innovation, Senior Lecturer in the School of Neuroscience), Kenneth Boyd (Industry Focus…