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Joint-runner up in the Guardian University Awards 2015

14 April 2015

Professor Jenny Kitzinger’s research into family experiences of vegetative and minimally conscious states has been recognised at the recent Guardian University Awards.

Harrison Birtwistle Studies

10 April 2015

A new collection of essays, edited by Drs David Beard, Kenneth Gloag, and Nicholas Jones, has just been published in celebration of one of the key figures in European contemporary music.

Languages for All students

Cardiff University students gain access to new interactive Language Hub

9 April 2015

This March, Senghennydd Library hosted the launch of an exciting new Languages Hub open to all students who are learning a language at Cardiff University.

Postgraduate Teaching Centre shortlisted for prestigious construction awards

2 April 2015

Cardiff Business School’s Postgraduate Teaching Centre, and contractor ISG Construction, have been shortlisted for two prizes at the Constructing Excellence in Wales (CEW) Awards 2015.

Professor Kevin Morgan

Professor Kevin Morgan to advise European Commissioner

1 April 2015

Professor Kevin Morgan has secured a prestigious role to advise the European Commissioner for Regional Policy

Scene of gentlemen from Jane Eyre novel

The Illustration Archive

31 March 2015

Global treasure revealed: World’s largest searchable archive of book illustrations opens up more than a million images for free.

Twitter helps predict hung parliament

30 March 2015

Researchers from Cardiff and Manchester have used Twitter to predict election result

French Ambassador

School of Modern Languages welcomes French Ambassador

27 March 2015

The School of Modern Languages was honoured to host a visit to Cardiff University by the French Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Her Excellency Sylvie Bermann on 16 March 2015.

Cardiff University academic makes BBC Arts film as part of New Generation Thinkers

26 March 2015

Dr Sophie Coulombeau of the School of English, Communication and Philosophy asks what the treason trials of 1794 tell us about Britain’s supposed attachment to freedom of speech.

School Health Research Network

The School Health Research Network: achievements and future plans event

25 March 2015

This seminar took place at Cardiff University on Thursday 19 March sharing the network's achievements with representatives from research, policy and practice