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Go ahead for public value engagement scheme

24 October 2017

School funds three pilot projects

Image of Anni Llŷn, an alumna of the School of Welsh hosting Sabbatical Scheme awards evening

Celebrating language learning success

23 October 2017

Annual awards evening for Sabbatical Scheme participants

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Music alumna is an expert judge on Sky1's Sing: Ultimate A Cappella

20 October 2017

Rachel Mason is one of five expert judges on Sky1’s new singing competition

India Moore (second from left), winner of this year's Times Law Student Advocacy Competition pictured with her fellow finalists.

Cardiff Law student scoops Fake News advocacy competition

20 October 2017

A third year Law student was recently awarded first prize at this year’s Times Law Student Advocacy Competition.

Festival of Social Science

Festival of Social Science

19 October 2017

University takes part in nationwide event to showcase research to new audiences

“Bloodless death” of a landmark British poet

100 years on, poet’s “bloodless death” mystery solved

19 October 2017

Unlocking the mystery of the death of a Welsh Poet of the Great War through combining research techniques from Literature and Forensic Science

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Cardiff University’s Professor Marsden shortlisted for prestigious Newton Prize

18 October 2017

Professor Terry Marsden has been shortlisted for the 2017 Newton Prize for his project on developing healthier cities in Malaysia.

Students on trip to China

Students’ trip to China ‘an incredible experience’

18 October 2017

International exchange programme a resounding success

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Dr Arlene Sierra’s “Moler” with the Boston Symphony

17 October 2017

Composition by Dr Arlene Sierra has its U.S. East Coast premiere in Boston.

Wales Governance Centre Brexit event

Brexit and the devolved nations

17 October 2017

Cross-nations panel event held in Brussels