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Immerse yourself in Chinese culture with Cardiff Confucius Institute

30 September 2015

The Confucius Institute is celebrating two important dates in the Chinese calendar with an event in Cardiff Library.

Cardiff Student highly commended in Women in Property National Student Awards

30 September 2015

Cardiff University student Rhiannon Jones has been highly commended at this year’s Women in Property National Student Awards.

Professor Angela Devereux

Law professor joins pack as roving reporter for Rugby World Cup

30 September 2015

Professor Angela Devereux, Head of the Centre for Professional Legal Studies, gets involved in The Pack.

Ancient inscription translated by Attic Inscriptions Online

Latest treasure trove of Ancient Athenian inscriptions revealed

29 September 2015

Attic Inscriptions Online (AIO) has announced the publication of over 130 new English translations of inscriptions from ancient Athens, making a total of 648 now available.

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Film Festival brings a taste of Africa to Wales

29 September 2015

School staff are supporting a film festival which brings a taste of Africa to Wales.

Aerial view of Ely area

CAER Heritage animation

25 September 2015

City’s roots brought to life in community film

Dr Rhiannon Marks from the School of Welsh

Literary award for lecturer

24 September 2015

Dr Rhiannon Marks, lecturer and Admissions Tutor at the School, has won the Sir Ellis Griffith Memorial Award for her first academic volume Pe gallwn, mi luniwn lythyr, which looks at the Works of Menna Elfyn.

Placement student returns for final year with an award on her mantel

24 September 2015

Final year BSc Business Management student, returns to the lecture theatre having achieved considerable success during her placement year with Lidl.

Leading experts warn that proposals for ‘reserved powers’ for Wales will leave major constitutional problems unresolved

24 September 2015

Report argues that a ‘reserved powers’ model is not a simple technical change but also requires a number of other major changes.

Professor Jean Seaton

Future of Journalism conference 2015

24 September 2015

The conference, now in its fifth iteration, welcomed nearly 200 journalism academics to Cardiff