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News Archive 2005-06

The School's news archive for the academic year 2005-06.

An American in Cardiff


American Chris Cope has moved from St Paul, Minneapolis to Cardiff with his wife Rachel to start a three-year Welsh degree after learning the language online.

alt text Ceri Elen wins the Drama Medal


Warm congratulations to Ceri Elen Morris, a final year student of Welsh and English Literature, on winning the Drama Medal at the Urdd Eisteddfod 2006.

Bilingual Business of the Year Award


Llio Penri, PR Officer for the Principality Building Society, accepted the 'Bilingual Business of the Year Award' 2006.

Representing Wales in Northern Ireland


Lowri Jones, who is a member of the Caerwedros Young Farmers Club, has been chosen to represent Wales at the Ulster YFC Annual Convention.

PhD Success


Congratulations to Maite Puigdevall Serralvo on being awarded a PhD degree for a dissertation on 'The Challenge of Language Planning in the Private Sector: Welsh and Catalan Perspectives'.

Y Ferch ym Myd y Faled published


A reception was held on Thursday, 15 December to launch the publication of Y Ferch ym Myd y Faled (University of Wales Press), a study of the representation of women in eighteenth-century ballads by Dr Siwan Rosser.

MPhil Success


Congratulations to Gruffydd Lewis on being awarded his MPhil degree. The title of his dissertation (writen in Welsh) is 'A Study of the schools of Griffith Jones in the context of Welsh education since the Protestant Reformation'.