This event is part of the Business School’s Breakfast Briefing series, a network that enables our business contacts to find out more about the latest research and key developments from our industrial partners.
The final concert in the University’s ‘Celebrating Debussy’ series features Ravel’s orchestration of Debussy’s Sarabande and Danse, Saint-Saëns’s first cello concerto which Shostakovich and Rachmaninoff considered to be one of the greatest examples of the genre and the ‘Paris’ Symphony, composed in 1778 while Mozart was based in Paris.
Cardiff University Special Collections and Archives, with generous support and funding from the Collingwood and British Idealism Centre, is hosting a two-day conference to celebrate the Collingwood Archive and the year-long project to catalogue it.
Join us for a showcase of the world-leading neuroscience and mental health research being undertaken by Cardiff University and hear presentations from Professor Sir Mike Owen and Professor Jeremy Hall.
At Public Uni, Cardiff University academics present their most exciting research in short 10-minute chunks. Enrolment is free, the syllabus is varied, and the only entry requirement is an inquisitive mind.