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AHSS Library after refurbishment

Costa-nominated writer returns to celebrate library revamp

23 March 2015

A creative writing graduate who was shortlisted for a celebrated literary prize is returning to the University for a special event.

Scholarships available for a Patagonian adventure

18 March 2015

Cardiff University’s School of Welsh, with funding provided by Banco Santander, is offering two scholarships worth £3,000 for two undergraduate students to travel to Patagonia for a month of work experience this summer.

World social work day

Promoting the dignity and worth of peoples: World social work day at the School of Social Sciences

18 March 2015

Tuesday 17 March marked a celebration of social work across the world. The School of Social Sciences hosted the Wales event.

Alice Reilly

Final year student makes Language Undergraduate of the Year shortlist

18 March 2015

Alice Reilly reached the final stage of the Languages Undergraduate of the Year competition.

Tarandeep Ghatrora

Cardiff Law School student makes final of UK Legal Mind competition

17 March 2015

Tarandeep Ghatrora shortlisted for the Future Legal Mind competition 2015.

Christopher Hood

Dr Christopher Hood discusses new book ‘Japan: The Basics’

16 March 2015

Dr Christopher Hood’s book Japan: The Basics has been a mainstay on the charts of Amazon Japan for weeks. We spoke to Dr Hood, Reader in Japanese Studies at the School of Modern Languages to find out more about his latest book.

Prof David James

School of Social Sciences academic elected as Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

16 March 2015

The Academy of Social Sciences confirmed on Friday 13 March that it had conferred the award of Fellow on a number of leading social scientists.

Welsh language journalism

Strengthening the future of Welsh language journalism – Launching a new course from the School

13 March 2015

The importance of skilled and trained Welsh language journalists needed to support a healthy and effective Welsh media industry was the topic of discussion at a panel event at Cardiff University this week.

Colgate students meet Cabinet ministers at the Senedd

13 March 2015

Each year, during the spring semester, students from Colgate University, in Madison County, New York, USA come to Cardiff University as part of a Study Abroad Scheme. In addition to their own degree subjects at Colgate, students are given a unique once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study modules at the School of Welsh which focus on the language and culture of Wales.

Emma Renold

Opposition parties accept Welsh Government bill following changes driven by Cardiff academic

13 March 2015

Research by Professor Emma Renold, School of Social Sciences, was this week credited as one of the catalysts for significant amendments to the Welsh Government's Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence bill.