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Scandinavian links forged

29 July 2015

Scandinavian links forged

Aerial view of Ely area

Most compelling evidence yet of Cardiff’s 6,000-year-old origins

27 July 2015

Community excavation uncovers huge Stone Age enclosure in Cardiff

Gemma McBader shortlisted as ICON Student Conservator

Alumna shortlisted in UK’s coveted ICON Conservation awards

16 July 2015

In the Institute of Conservation (ICON) national awards, a Cardiff University student has once again been shortlisted as Student Conservator of the Year.

Pathways to degrees celebrates first graduating students

15 July 2015

An innovative scheme offering people a way back into education celebrate its first group of graduates this week.

Staff sign work experience agreement

Cardiff University signs new heritage placement partnership with Welsh museums

10 July 2015

A new partnership between Cardiff University and three heritage partners will enable students to gain valuable work experience while also assisting leading South Wales museums with their work.

Group of World War One soldiers in front of a pyramid

Your country needs YOU

14 May 2015

Call for WW1 images of Egypt and Palestine for online collection

Old books in row on shelf

Cardiff University historian makes 2014 Whitfield Prize Shortlist

7 May 2015

An historian from the University's School of History, Archaeology and Religion has been shortlisted for the prestigious Royal Historical Society (RHS) Whitfield Prize, one of the most sought-after book prizes for early career historians.

Bringing thousands to Cardiff virtually in 10th anniversary year

2 February 2015

Celebrating its tenth anniversary year, Cardiff University’s Centre for the Study of Islam in the UK is to welcome thousands of people from around the world to a fascinating range of free public lectures over the next two months thanks to a livestreaming service.

Putting Welsh-American pioneer back on historic map

29 January 2015

A Cardiff University historian is helping put one of Wales' long-forgotten pioneers back on the historic map in a new programme shining light on the writer & women's rights campaigner Margaret Roberts 

Pictures speak a thousand words

28 October 2014

Images created during the First World War are to be on show and debated at a free event at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea.