Take a look at upcoming events from across Cardiff University that are open to alumni. Missed one of our past events? Watch again in our archive of event recordings.
For Alumni, By Alumni - Digital innovation in a time of crisis (4 November 2020)
Tune in for this alumni-led conversation with George Bellwood (BA 2019) and Mared Jones (BA 2015, MA 2017) as they discuss how they’ve utilised digital innovation in response to COVID-19.
Breast Cancer Stem Cells: unlocking the code to targeted cancer therapies (22 October 2020)
Join Dr Richard Clarkson, Institute Deputy Director and Research Associate, Dr Giusy Tornillo discussing their research into cancer stem cells in breast cancer and their role in metastasis, the spread of malignant tumours around the body.
Arthritis: Individual pain requires holistic, personalised treatment (29 September 2020)
Join Professor Simon Jones and Professor Ernest Choy as they discuss their research into how patients with the same diagnosis of arthritis display fundamental differences in their symptoms and response to treatment.
Building a positive future for young people's mental health (17 September 2020)
We hosted a research showcase with our neuroscience and mental health researchers on 17 September 2020. Professor Frances Rice and Professor Simon Murphy joined President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Riordan to discuss their current research into the causes of anxiety and depression in young people.
For Alumni, By Alumni - Diversity in the creative industries (6 August 2020)
Re-watch our webinar from 6 August 2020 featuring Cardiff University alumni Joycelyn Longdon (BSc 2019) and Pat Younge (BSc 1987).
From Cancer to COVID-19: can we harness viruses for good? (22 July 2020)
Dr Alan Parker and Dr Carly Bliss joined TJ Rawlinson to discuss whether we can harness viruses for good. Their research has seen them apply virology in cancer therapies and infectious diseases, and latterly in the fight against COVID-19.
#TeamCardiff Q&A: Charlotte Arter (1 July 2020)
Join #TeamCardiff Captain Hannah Sterritt for a question and answer session with international athlete Charlotte Arter. Charlotte is the Welsh half marathon record holder, the female parkrun world record holder and a Great Britain international athlete.