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Events in November 2013

  • Gastronomica Meet-and-Greet (A Short Publishing Workshop)

    Professor Melissa Caldwell - University of California
    Friday 29th November 2013 - 3:45pm

    Prof. Melissa Caldwell, the Editor of the journal Gastronomica and Co-Director of the UC Multi-Campus Research Program on Studies of Food and the Body will join us for a Gastronomica meet-and-greet (a short publishing work).

  • CPLAN Open Day

    Wednesday 27th November 2013 - 9:30am

    The School looks forward to greeting you at the CPLAN Open Day. You are required to register. Registration details enclosed.

  • Consumer Anxieties about Food

    Professor Peter Jackson, The University of Sheffield, Department of Geography
    Tuesday 26th November 2013 - 5:30pm

    Food safety and food security are priority issues throughout Europe at present, the subject of intense governmental concern, public interest and media speculation.

  • GLAMORGAN LECTURE SERIES - What is to be Done About Health Inequalities?

    Ruth Hussey, Chief Medical Officer for Wales, Kate Pickett and Katherine Smith
    Tuesday 19th November 2013 - 5:30pm

    Inequalities in health within the population of the UK remain a major concern for policy-makers and citizens, and these inequalities appear to be showing minimal signs of narrowing.

  • Wales: Doing Things Differently - Leanne Wood AM

    Leanne Wood AM, Plaid Cymru
    Friday 15th November 2013 - 5:15pm

    This is a follow-on event from the 'Wales: Doing things Differently Conference'. The event is hosted by the Innovation and Engagement Unit and will feature a lecture from Leanne Wood AM

  • Wales: Doing Things Differently Conference

    Presentations provided by PhD Students and Keynote: Sarah Powell, CEO Sport Wales
    Friday 15th November 2013 - 9:30am

    This PhD led full day conference funded by the University Graduate College intends to bring together researchers from different schools within the University who are conducting research on contemporary Welsh issues.

  • Royal Society of Architects in Wales Annual Conference 2013 - The Place of Home - The RSAW Annual Conference

    RSAW Annual Conference
    Friday 15th November 2013 - 9:30am

    The RSAW Conference is part of a programme of linked events during November exploring themes of integrated and sustainable regeneration, sustainability and wellbeing in Wales.

  • Royal Society of Architects in Wales Annual Conference 2013 - The Place of Home - Conference Warm-up: Practitioner Masterclass

    Conference Warm-Up : Practitioner Masterclass
    Thursday 14th November 2013 - 3:45pm

    The RSAW Conference is part of a programme of linked events during November exploring themes of integrated and sustainable regeneration, sustainability and wellbeing in Wales.

  • Public Art and Regeneration

    Wednesday 13th November 2013 - 9:30am

    The Arts Council of Wales, CREW Regeneration Wales, and ixia public art think tank have organised two events which focus on the relationship between public art projects and regeneration schemes.

  • New Planning Strategies for Energy Efficient Cities in Germany

    Prof. Dr. Detlef Kurth, University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart
    Tuesday 12th November 2013 - 5:30pm

    Because of climate change cities need sustainable energy and climate action plans to reduce their vulnerability of energy scarcity and to reduce carbon emission

  • From Evidence to Action - The Housing Research Conference

    Co-hosted by Cardiff University, Welsh Government and Shelter Cymru
    Friday 8th November 2013 - 9:30am

    As the first ever Welsh Housing Bill enters scrutiny stage this autumn, Cardiff University, the Welsh Government and Shelter Cymru are co-hosting a conference that will be a platform for current housing research, policy and practice.

  • The Welsh Transport Planning Society Lecture 2013 - Where Next for Transport Planning in Wales?

    Speaker list enclosed
    Wednesday 6th November 2013 - 5:30pm

    The Board of the Transport Planning Society invites you to join them for the Welsh Transport Planning Society Lecture 2013. This promises to be a lively debate regarding the future direction of transport in Wales over the next decade.