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Music visit close up

Schools project hits all the right notes

18 December 2015

Pupils record album with University students

Henri Dutilleux

Celebrating the Dutilleux Centenary

16 December 2015

Special series of events in tribute to the music and legacy of Henri Dutilleux

Siân Powell speaking to the Welsh Affairs Committee

Investigating the state of broadcasting in Wales

16 December 2015

Academic and industry experts warn Commons Select Committee over funding cuts to S4C

Efa Mared Edwards holds the Welsh translation of Longbow Girl

Student triumphs in translation

14 December 2015

Postgraduate student celebrates the launch of her Welsh language translation of an English children's novel

Community engagement

School award-winners take centre stage at national engagement conference

10 December 2015

Leading members of the award-winning CAER Heritage Project addressed colleagues leading engagement in Higher Education across the UK at Engage 2015 this month.

Professor Gramich speaking at a conference

‘My People’: controversial text turns 100

9 December 2015

Leading English Literature academic Katie Gramich plays her part in the centenary of the major work of the writer once called the most hated man in Wales.

The Louvre, Paris

Parisian premiere

9 December 2015

French premiere of Dr Arlene Sierra’s Butterflies Remember a Mountain at the Louvre

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.

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.

Conference

Expert Witness Conference invites Cardiff lecturer to provide annual legal update

9 December 2015

Jason Tucker of Cardiff Law School was invited to provide the Annual Legal Update at The Bond Solon Expert Witness Conference.