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Using Policy Briefs as an Innovative Form of Assessment – workshop

Using Policy Briefs as an Innovative Form of Assessment – workshop

Ever considered using a Policy Brief as an innovative form of assessment? CEE’s Emilka Skrzypek teamed up with colleagues at the University of St Andrews’ Organisational and Staff Development Services to develop a workshop for staff members with a keen interest in innovative teaching and learning, and research and policy engagement.

The Centre for Energy Ethics Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Centre for Energy Ethics Postdoctoral Fellowship

We are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for the Centre for Energy Ethics Postdoctoral Fellowship. This is a 1-year award offered to an outstanding early career researcher working on issues of energy ethics in the arts, humanities, social or natural sciences.

What is the place for oil in the energy transition?

What is the place for oil in the energy transition?

On April 26-30 our team member Dr Leyla Sayfutdinova organized a workshop “A Place for Oil: memory of oil and place in museums across the world.” The cross-sectoral workshop brought together oil museums and leading scholars researching oil industry heritage in...

Africa@2050 Cli-Fi Competition Launches

Africa@2050 Cli-Fi Competition Launches

The world is on fire. Under business as usual, scientists warn that by 2050 over half of the world could face water scarcity, unsafe levels of air pollution, and increasingly unpredictable weather events. The world is at a crossroads. If we act now, we have a unique...

All About Energy Podcast Episode 3 Out!

All About Energy Podcast Episode 3 Out!

Episode 3 of the All About Energy podcast features an interview with Professor John Irvine, Energy Material Scientist at the University of St Andrews.

Art of Energy Exhibition To Stay Open!

Art of Energy Exhibition To Stay Open!

We are thrilled to announce that Dr Sean Field and Sarah O’Brien at the Centre for Energy Ethics have been awarded a Knowledge Exchange and Impact (KEI) grant to advance the Art of Energy...

All About Energy Podcast Second Episode Released

All About Energy Podcast Second Episode Released

Host James along with PhD Researcher Anna Rauter (St Andrews) discuss recent studies on the climate impacts of trawling and what happens when you feed cows seaweed. Then our two hosts interview the Art of Energy Award winner, Adam Sébire, an artist on the front-lines of Climate Change.