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REF 2021: Success for School as results announced

Confirmation of research excellence from the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences (PPLS) and the socio-economic benefits this brings

Psychology tutor shortlisted for Teaching Awards 2022

Congratulations to psychology PhD tutor, Brittany Blankinship, who has been shortlisted for Student Tutor of the Year award at the 2022 Students’ Association Teaching Awards.

Success for PPLS student at Young Scot Awards

Linguistics student Hannah Feben-Smith wins at 2022 Young Scot Awards.

Psychology student wins 'Best Overall Conference Presentation' award at 2022 BPS Scottish Undergraduate Research Conference

Congratulations to final-year psychology student, Orestis Michaelides, who won the 'Best Overall Conference Presentation' award at the 2022 BPS Scottish Undergraduate Research Conference.

Psychology Society award on permanent display in 7 George Square

Congratulations to the Psychology Society (PsychSoc), whose Student Award is now on display in the mezzanine level of the Psychology Building, 7 George Square.

Rector Debora Kayembe's Inaugural Lecture

Rector Debora Kayembe's Inaugural Lecture now available.

The Open Future

The Open Future: Why Future Contingents are All False.

Bilingualism Matters to be launched as spin-out

After being part of the University of Edinburgh’s landscape for almost 15 years, we are pleased to announce that Bilingualism Matters will launch as a spin-out company.

University’s Student Awards celebrate achievements of PPLS students

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Students from the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences have secured four nominations across three categories at the Student Awards 2022.

Linguistics professor Caroline Heycock made fellow of RSE

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Congratulations to Linguistics and English Language Professor Caroline Heycock on being named as a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).