News Archive 2007-08
The School's news archive for the academic year 2007-08.
Congratulations to our students who were extremely successful at this year's Eisteddfod...
A re-union for past students of the School was held to celebrate the University and the School's 125th birthday...
The very first volume in the series "Gwerin Gwlad" (Folk Life) was launched at the Eisteddfod this year...
The International Ballad Conference was officially opened by the First Minister, Rhodri Morgan...
Dr E Wyn James will be admitted to the Gorsedd of Bards at the National Eisteddfod in Cardiff this summer.
Professor Colin Williams has been awarded a grant of £6337 by the British Academy to investigate systems of language regulation in the USA, Canada and Ireland...
Congratulations to Eirian Jones on being awarded an MPhil. The title of her dissertation was 'B. T. Hopkins - Bardd Gwlad?'.
Many congratulations to Huw Foulkes who won the Drama Medal in the Urdd Eisteddfod.
Many congratulations to Cath Pugh, School Administrator, who has been awarded an MA in Ethnological Studies, with distinction.
The School of Welsh Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships worth £400 each for 2008-09 have been awarded.
A new paperback version of Professor Sioned Davies' translation of the Mabinogion tales was published today in the World's Classics series (Oxford University Press).
To celebrate St David's Day, a merry evening of poems and pints took place at the Students Union.
Congratulations to our students who excelled in the Creative Writing competitions at the Inter-Collegiate Eisteddfod held at Trinity College Carmarthen.
Dr Juliette Wood, an Associate Lecturer at the School, participated in a programme on the myth of the Fisher King on Melvyn Bragg's 'In Our time' (BBC Radio 4).
Congratulations to Llyr Lewis (Year 2) and Huw Foulkes (Year 3), who have been awarded scholarships.
A reception was held to launch the latest websites and publications of members of staff, in the company of Rhodri Glyn Thomas AM, Minister for Heritage.
Congratulations to four of our new undergraduate students, Hanna Hopwood, Lisa Williams, Catrin Fflur Jones and Caryl Pritchard, who have been awarded the 2007 Cardiff University Scholarships.