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William Seagrim

CPLS lecturer recognised in 2016 Chambers’ guide

9 December 2015

BPTC lecturer at the Centre for Professional Legal Studies to be included in prestigious directory of barristers.

Whose land is it anyway?

9 December 2015

The Africa Research Institute (ARI) hosted the launch of Whose land is it anyway? The failure of land law reform in Kenya.

Welsh Language Lecturer Sian Lloyd

The School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies welcomes new Welsh language lecturer

7 December 2015

ITV journalist Sian Morgan Lloyd takes the reigns of Welsh language module Yr Ystafell Newyddion (The Newsroom)

School launches linguistic resource for Welsh actors

4 December 2015

School of Welsh launches a new resource for Welsh actors and scriptwriters.

Robert Lodge

Final year student scoops inaugural essay prize

4 December 2015

Final year student Robert Lodge announced as the inaugural winner of the student essay competition.

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship announced

3 December 2015

The School of History, Archaeology and Religion is delighted to announce a prized Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship for 2016.

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Tackling sexual harassment

3 December 2015

New Young people’s guide on safe and creative ways to promote gender equalities for respectful relationships

Students with globe

Tackling the decline in modern foreign languages

3 December 2015

Four Welsh universities announce programme to tackle ‘serious decline’ in foreign language take up.

The dark arts of deception

2 December 2015

Cardiff University Philosopher appears in BBC Radio Four series

Promotional image for the UWE concert

Composers keep their Cardiff connection for Bristol concert

2 December 2015

There is a special Cardiff connection at the heart of an upcoming concert at Bristol’s Colston Hall