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William Aled Jones

Tackling child poverty in Wales

27 January 2016

Conference presents latest findings

 teenagers infront of graffiti wall

Young people positive about Merthyr Tydfil

27 January 2016

Research reveals perceptions of stigmatised locations

University of Leuven

PhD student secures European research opportunity

26 January 2016

Hiu Chan to begin research with Professor Roel Vande Winkel in Belgium

Dr Stephanie Ward

Cardiff’s maritime history gives food for thought

25 January 2016

A Cardiff historian shared her expertise on the history of the Welsh capital for BBC Radio Four’s The Food Programme.

Breakfast Briefing series considers process driven innovation

25 January 2016

Executive Education Breakfast Briefing series starts 2016 with a session on innovation to stimulate business growth

Breakfast Briefing series considers process driven innovation

25 January 2016

The Executive Education Breakfast Briefing series kicked off the New Year with a session on innovation to stimulate business growth.

Professor Alasdair Whittle

Game-changing shift in understanding European pre-history

21 January 2016

Pioneering research project wins international archaeology award

Enthusiastic students participate at the language study day

Passion for languages ignited at university study day

21 January 2016

In December we reported news of an initiative supported by Welsh Government to tackle the decline in modern foreign language learning

Nicole Ayiomamitou

KTP Partnership judged ‘outstanding’

21 January 2016

New deal strengthens link

Troops leaving Hyde Park on a route march, December 1914

Commemorating WW1: Conflict and Creativity

20 January 2016

The School of Music has been awarded prestigious AHRC Cultural Encounters funding to run a series of public engagement events commemorating the First World War.