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  • Visit by Beijing University of Technology

    March 27 2013

    Professor WANG Shoufa, Chairman of the University Council of Beijing University of Technology visited the School with a delegation of staff from the University.

  • UK Human Geography: Number One in the World

    March 5 2013

    Head of School steers benchmarking review on Human Geography.

  • Dr Livingstone I Presume?

    March 1 2013

    Alastair M. Smith presented the inaugural lecture in an annual series hosted by the Scottish Fair Trade Forum.

  • Research Impact: Putting the 'Environment' at the Heart of the London Olympics

    January 30 2013

    The impact of research into the 'ecological footprint' approach developed for major sports events features in January's issue of Cardiff University News.

  • Graduates Reflect on China Internship

    January 29 2013

    Julia Podedworny and Greg Taylor give a glimpse into planning in China after an internship at the China Academy of Urban Planning and Design in Beijing. The article is published in the latest issue of Cymru Young Planners Newsletter.

  • 'They think it’s all over....'

    December 11 2012

    Report from the eagerly anticipated inaugural staff-student charity football match.

  • Movember

    November 30 2012

    Once again, the school has been involved in supporting this worthy cause. Money was raised through 'Mo'-growing sponsorship, the sale of posters, postcards and raffle tickets and a final day event selling cakes and wearing false 'Mo's.

  • Student wins Bill Unsworth Memorial Prize

    November 26 2012

    Thomas Wilson has recently been awarded this RTPI Cymru annual prize that recognises excellence in coursework and examin

  • What is the Future for the South Wales Valleys?

    November 22 2012

    Professor Kevin Morgan will share two important messages for the future of the South Wales Valleys at the 2012 Keir Hardie Public Lecture.

  • New Report into the Environmental Impact of the Tour de France

    November 16 2012

    Environmental impact assessment methods should be integrated into the planning of major sporting events using projections of visitor numbers and forecast travel patterns, according to academics from Cardiff University.

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