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9 December 2016
As the Government’s appeal on Brexit has been heard by the Supreme Court, a Cardiff University academic says EU interpretation of Article 50 needs to be taken more seriously.
Two members of staff awarded fellowships for achievement in learning and teaching in higher education
8 December 2016
Students from the School of Law and Politics' innovative module 'Devolution in Practice' recently visited the Senedd in Cardiff Bay for a special seminar session.
Cardiff University academics delivered a joint CO-Growth (Collaborative Operations for Growth) workshop with WRAP Cymru
Teachers and pupils introduced to new digital study resources
The studio will be run under the artistic direction of festival founder and composer John Metcalf and Dr Robert Fokkens.
7 December 2016
Annual Christmas lights switch on held as a charity fundraising activity
Government is certain to miss its manifesto target to halve the disability employment gap by 2020
Dr Edwin Egede, Senior Lecturer in International Law and International Relations has recently been appointed as an expert consultant by the United Nations.
To get ahead Social Analytics is the new skill to have in our data-driven world
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