UHI Archaeology Institute research students.
- Sandra Henry – Prehistoric seafaring in Scotland and Ireland.
- Amber Rivers – Weaving Time: researching the prehistoric textile production in Scotland through archaeological and creative practice.
- Anna Estaroth – The role of dark and light skies during the Late Neolithic in Orkney and Shetland.
- Holly Young – Shore Life: The contribution of shellfish to prehistoric subsistence and social life.
- Jenny Murray – A Saint in Stone: The sign of the materiality of the cult of saints as evidenced in the cult of St Magnus the Martyr.
- Kath Page – The Deer Turn: reimagining nature and culture duality through human-red deer relations in Scotland’s archaeological past.
- Adam Markham – Understanding mind, economy and social transitions in the Viking Age and Late Norse British Isles through the use and meaning of birds.
- Joanne Machin – A study of medieval pilgrimage through landscape and seascape perspectives.
- Bruce Sutton – Fuel for the Fire: An anthracological investigation of fuelwood resource use from the burnt mound deposits in Ireland.
- Sarah-Jane Haston – Farming at the Edge: Neolithic agricultural evidence from the Ness of Brodgar, Orkney.
- Cameron Taylor – Neolithic Narratives: examining storytelling methodologies, tools, and technologies for enriching visitor engagement with prehistory.
MRes (Masters by Research)
- Jackson Clark – Burning issues: the significance of burnt and cremated faunal assemblages in Neolithic Orkney.
- Claire MacKay – Marine mammal exploitation in Late Iron Age and Medieval Orkney.
- Keith Neilson – Within the Round: An archaeobotanical investigation of the floor deposits of an Iron Age broch at The Cairns, South Ronaldsay, Orkney.
- Asta Pavilionyte – Evaluating and reviewing archaeological mitigation undertaken as a result of major road infrastructure development in Scotland and associated public benefits.
- Gary Lloyd – Coarse Stone Tools from the Ness of Brodgar: Investigating the Function and Significance of Orcadian Neolithic Multi-Hollowed Cobbles.
- Sara Marinoni – Forged in Fire: an anthracological investigation of woodland management and fuel selection for Iron Age metalworking at Culduthel, Invernesshire, UK.
- Susan Dyke – Brave New World: a palaeoecological investigation into Neolithic human-environment interactions on Ness of Brodgar Isthmus, Orkney.
- Farrah Skimani – An investigation of the impact of commercialisation on money circulation and trade in medieval and early modern Shetland.