Resources for Current Staff
This page continues to be a 'work in progress' - if you are a member of School of Biology staff and there is something you would like to have added here, please contact Steve Smart with details.
Health and Safety
Information about School Health and Safety Policy
Health and Safety Policy Document
The School Structure pages provide an overview of the management committees within the School of Biology, and access to committee membership and outline details. Links to committee minutes (stored on bioInternal) are also provided. See here.
Details of physical locations in the School are also available.
bioIntenal is a shared internal work and document filing space for the School of Biology which may be accessed here.
bioInternal is delivered using 'Sharepoint' - the University is currently (Autumn 2011) considering the option of a new sitewide Sharepoint, but at present bioInternal is 'local' to the School of Biology and requires a separate password. Access is restricted to School of Biology staff. If you wish to enquire about access, please contact Steve Smart or Sean Earnshaw
School Staff Pages
A school staff page should have been set up for you when you started work, if this has not happened, or if you require further assistance, please contact Steve Smart or
Margaret Wilson. Staff involved in research staff should also find out about having a profile in research@st-andrews, the University's research portal. This is powered by an application called PURE, you can find out more about this, and contact details for staff at the Research Policy Office here
The newsletter is distrubuted via email weekly.
The current newsletter is also a web page.
A monthly digest of the newsletter is also available. (Entries begin in September 2011).
Facebook, Twitter, and RSS
Various social media and news feeds are used by the School. These are mainly for promotional purposes, but may also be of interest to staff.
Biology Research Funding RSS Feed
This RSS feed is collated within the School and lists funding opporunities which may be of interest to biology researchers.
See current opportunities online, and find out more about how to get the feed...
School Ethics Committee
The School Ethics Committee (SEC) reviews research and teaching
activities involving living subjects. more
The full staff list is here, but below is a shortlist of some key roles in the School of Biology
Director of Postgraduate Studies
Admissions Officer International
Teaching Administration Staff
Year Co-Ordinator: 1000 level
Year Co-Ordinator: 2000 level
Year Co-Ordinator: 3000 level
Year Co-Ordinator: 4000 level
The Institute of Biology
The Institute of Bioogy is the professional body for biologists. It aims to
promote the biological sciences, to foster the public understanding of the life sciences generally, to serve the needs of members, to enhance the status of the biology profession, and to represent members and the biology profession as a whole to government and other bodies in the UK and abroad.