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Limitations of Welsh Government’s violence bill addressed by Professor Emma Renold on the BBC’s The Wales Report

10 December 2014

Professor Emma Renold, who leads the Gender and Sexualities Research Group in the School of Social Sciences, will feature on The Wales Report on BBC One Wales, Wednesday 10 December.

Innocence Project

Making history in university innocence projects

9 December 2014

Cardiff Law School Innocence Project made history today, as the Court of Appeal announced its decision that Dwaine George’s conviction for murder was unsafe.

Women in Leadership seminar

Women in Leadership: Stereotypes, Structure and Change

4 December 2014

Nearly 100 people including academics and representatives of the public, private and voluntary sectors, as well as members of the general public, attended the recent Women in Leadership seminar at Cardiff University.  

Cardiff and BNU staff

Cardiff teams up with Beijing Normal University to launch Joint College and flagship degree programme

4 December 2014

The joint college will be home to a flagship dual degree programme in Chinese Studies.

Criminology Professor presents at inaugural anti-corruption forum in Korea

3 December 2014

Mike Levi, Professor of Criminology at the School of Social Sciences, has been invited to speak at an anti-corruption forum at the Korean Institute of Criminology. The event will be attended by key Korean government officials and representatives from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the French and US governments, and the World Bank.

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Shaping the future of the Cardiff Capital Region

28 November 2014

Professor Gillian Bristow leads the University’s City Region Exchange project to engage with key stakeholders in the Cardiff Capital Region.

Mike Levi is presented with his Sellin-Glueck award

Criminology Professor wins prestigious Sellin-Glueck award

26 November 2014

Mike Levi, Professor of Criminology, was last week presented with the 2014 Sellin-Glueck award for comparative and international criminology - the highest award given by The American Society of Criminology to scholars from outside the USA.

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Learning from the community impacts of the Lee Rigby murder

25 November 2014

A study led by Professor Martin Innes, Director of the Universities' Police Science Institute, has looked at what lessons can be learned from the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby by analysing community reactions to the impacts of terrorist attacks.

Professor Emma Renold

Domestic abuse Bill ‘doesn’t go far enough’

24 November 2014

A leading Cardiff University academic will argue this week that a Welsh Government Bill designed to improve arrangements for the prevention of domestic abuse and sexual violence will fail if it doesn’t place education, children’s rights and children and young people’s own experiences at its heart.

Meet Tony Woodcock, Music graduate and honorary fellow

21 November 2014

You graduated from the School of Music in 1974. What were your highlights from studying here?