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21 January 2016
In December we reported news of an initiative supported by Welsh Government to tackle the decline in modern foreign language learning
20 January 2016
The School of Music has been awarded prestigious AHRC Cultural Encounters funding to run a series of public engagement events commemorating the First World War.
Cardiff Business School announces that it has signed up to the Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative.
19 January 2016
Research event will challenge the increasing tendency of policy-makers to treat poverty as the fault of specific groups or individuals
18 January 2016
Dr Caroline Rae explores the life and legacy of internationally acclaimed French composer Henri Dutilleux on BBC Radio 3 this week
13 January 2016
New publication explores the theory and practice of resistance to work
The School of Modern Languages welcomed the new year by hosting the international conference of the Association of University Language Centres (AULC) at Cardiff’s iconic Millennium Stadium.
12 January 2016
German lecturer, Dr Hilary Potter has recently been awarded a publication subsidy by the Association for German Studies Great Britain and Ireland.
11 January 2016
The School of Geography and Planning celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2016 with a change of name and a series of events.
8 January 2016
One of the UK’s leading researchers in social work has joined the University and will help further its reputation for impact and research excellence in social sciences.
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.