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6 February 2016
Welsh local government reform is top-down and inconsistent, Cardiff academic tells conference
5 February 2016
Fifty year anniversary event to take the long view on homelessness in Great Britain.
4 February 2016
New study aims to provide sustained changes in physical activity and increase awareness of cancer-preventative behaviours in girls
New commissioned work to premiere in Lisbon
Magnum photojournalist Ian Berry will deliver the second Nick Lewis memorial lecture hosted by Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.
Head of School, Professor Claire Gorrara appeared on the BBC programme, The Wales Report this week to discuss the recent decline in the number of pupils in Wales who are opting to learn a modern foreign language.
3 February 2016
New research using Artificial Intelligence finds men’s views and voices more prominent than women’s.
Survey finds local authorities falling short on respite care
MRC’s £650,000 funding boost supports Cardiff innovation
1 February 2016
New lunchtime concert series at National Museum Wales begins
The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is a vibrant, diverse and inspiring community, spanning 10 academic Schools and committed to excellence in teaching and research.