Student teaching

I am not teaching University classes at present. However, I do supervise undergraduate and taught graduate-level final year research projects. If you are a St Andrews Maths and Stats student on our BSc, MMath or MSc programmes, then lists of suggested project titles will be circulated to you. In addition, I'll happily consider supervising a project of your suggestion — drop me a line if you have an idea you wish to discuss. Lastly, I'm happy to supervise summer undergraduate research projects by well qualified students — again, contact me about this.

Training workshops

Our research group, CREEM, organizes public training workshops on various aspects of statistics and statistical ecology, aimed at academics, students and professional wildlife biologists and conservation scientists. Workshops are typically taught in our purpose-built classroom in St Andrews, although recently we have moved to online teaching via video-conference. We also organize courses worldwide on occasion. I have co-taught over 40 workshops to more than 800 people on distance sampling, estimating animal population density from passive acoustics, and statistical modelling.