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School Newsletter Summer 2013 [2.86 KB]
The latest news from the School
The School of Welsh has secured over £50,000's worth of scholarships to be awarded between research students and MA students.
Two students from the School of Welsh, Cardiff University have won scholarships to travel to Patagonia during the summer holidays.
There are four posts available at the School of Welsh, Cardiff University...
Two of our research students were awarded prizes at Cardiff University’s annual Voice of Humanities Conference.
As part of the Dylan Thomas centenary celebrations, T. James’s new publication was launched in Cardiff Univeristy.
A special opportunity for work experience placements in South America and to promote the Welsh Language at the same time!
School of Welsh students celebrated World Book Day 2014 by launching a brand new blog for reviewing Welsh books aimed at children and young people.
Two members of staff will be taking part in a special conference on Thursday 6th of March to discuss the protection and development of the Welsh language in Cardiff.
Dr Jeremy Evas, Lecturer at the School of Welsh, outlines minority languages fight for survival in the digital age.
The School of Welsh has been seizing the opportunity to work closely with both Welsh medium and English medium schools, promoting the benefits of studying Welsh at Cardiff.
One of our final year students, Cerith Rhys Jones, will receive the Norah Jones award at the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol’s assembly in Carmarthen tonight.
The report ‘A Review of the Work of Mentrau Iaith, Language Action Plans and the Aman Tawe Language Promotion Scheme’ has now been published on the Welsh Government’s website.
The School of Welsh at Cardiff University will be launching the staff’s most recent publications on Monday 3 February 2014 at 6.00pm in the Council Chamber in the company of Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas PC AM.
A revision day for more than 200 second language pupils was hosted at the School last week. Pupils from all over south Wales spent the day attending interactive language and literature...
Up to 50 PhD scholarships are available for research in the Arts and Humanities from September 2014.
On Monday 16 December, two researchers from the School of Welsh were invited to run an interactive workshop with Welsh for Adults tutors at the Glamorgan Centre in Trefforest.
Dr Rhiannon Marks, a lecturer in the School of Welsh, has just published a monograph entitled, ‘Pe gallwn mi luniwn lythyr’: golwg ar waith Menna Elfyn.
Dr Siwan M. Rosser, a lecturer in the School of Welsh, has been working with S4C to create a special programme celebrating the 100th anniversary of the novel Teulu Bach Nantoer (The Little Family of Nantoer) by Moelona.