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Making Well – a partnership for health and healing

6 December 2022

Fathom and Cardiff support wellbeing

School of Welsh alumni represents Wales in the world

6 December 2022

Welsh and Celtic studies MA alumni, Dr Matthew Jones, received ‘Wales to the World’ special recognition 30ish award following his outstanding contribution to the promotion and celebration of Welsh language, culture and history on an international scale.

Richard Price stencil

New street art stencil celebrates under-appreciated philosopher from Wales

5 December 2022

Portrait aims to revive interest in the writings of Richard Price

Photo of the Celebrating Excellence Awards 2022 award winners.

Celebrating Excellence at the School of Geography and Planning

5 December 2022

Two members of the School of Geography and Planning have been recognised at the Cardiff University Celebrating Excellence Awards.

School welcomes new lecturer

5 December 2022

Llewelyn Hopwood joined the School of Welsh in November

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CUSEIP placement addresses gaps in knowledge

1 December 2022

Maya Morris, a master’s student at the School of Music, has undertaken a Cardiff University Education Innovation Programme (CUSEIP) placement.

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Farmers unwilling to vaccinate badgers in fight against bovine TB, research finds

1 December 2022

Major new study explores farmer and stakeholder attitudes towards vaccinating cattle and badgers against bovine tuberculosis

Sharon Ng’ang’a and Isabel Jenkinson

Human rights and environment journal welcomes students to international editorial team

1 December 2022

Two law and politics students have joined the editorial team of a ground-breaking journal that explores the relationship between human rights and the environment.

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Adolescent wellbeing improved by online contact with close friends

1 December 2022

Frequent communication with ‘real life’ friends associated with better mental health in young people, but virtual-only friendships linked to lower wellbeing

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New public policy research and knowledge exchange academic network launched

1 December 2022

PolicyWISE brings together academics and policymakers