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First feature film for Welsh writer

23 June 2015

A Welsh writer, who teaches at Cardiff University, is to see his first feature film hit the big screen this year.

Damian Walford Davies giving talk at Hay Festival

Latest work reveals dramatic autobiography of arguably the world’s best known betrayer

23 June 2015

The latest work by poet and literary critic Damian Walford Davies, Professor of English at Cardiff University, Judas has hit bookshelves this summer following its launch at the Hay Festival.

Calgary Alumni

First alumni events in Canada promote the creation of a regional alumni network

23 June 2015

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences alumni based in Canada holds first meetings.

Kate Samways

Spotlight shone on language talent in Welsh Routes into Languages event

22 June 2015

Routes into Languages Cymru held a showcase event this month to highlight the variety of support available in Wales to encourage young people to learn new languages.

A unique insight into the Welsh Settlement in Patagonia

22 June 2015

This year, the Welsh Settlement in Patagonia is celebrating a major milestone in its history, the 150th anniversary of its establishment in 1865. To mark this significant event Cardiff University’s School of Welsh will hold an international conference on the history and the contemporary position of the Settlement on Monday, 6 July and Tuesday, 7 July 2015.

Alan Evans, OBE

Alan Evans has services to Education honoured with OBE

18 June 2015

Alan Evans, a longstanding partner of the School of Social Sciences, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

School signs two new MoUs with Malaysian institutions

18 June 2015

Cardiff Business School has signed MoUs (Memorandum of Understanding) with two respected institutions in Malaysia.

Surveillance cameras

Edward Snowden’s lawyer among prestigious line-up of privacy campaigners, scholars, journalists and tech experts in Cardiff for major surveillance event

18 June 2015

Conference will also see the presentation of new research showing a "lack of transparency" on state surveillance to be a "major concern" among British public

policy award

Support for ‘coma’ families wins innovation award

18 June 2015

Research into how best to support families of loved ones with severe brain injuries has been recognised with a Cardiff University innovation award.

Chris Hayes

Modern Languages student takes on three minute thesis challenge!

16 June 2015

Chris Hayes, a current Modern Languages student, recently took part in the national Three Minute Thesis competition, organised by the University Graduate College.