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CUSEIP placement addresses gaps in knowledge

1 December 2022

Maya Morris, a master’s student at the School of Music, has undertaken a Cardiff University Education Innovation Programme (CUSEIP) placement.

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Farmers unwilling to vaccinate badgers in fight against bovine TB, research finds

1 December 2022

Major new study explores farmer and stakeholder attitudes towards vaccinating cattle and badgers against bovine tuberculosis

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New public policy research and knowledge exchange academic network launched

1 December 2022

PolicyWISE brings together academics and policymakers

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Adolescent wellbeing improved by online contact with close friends

1 December 2022

Frequent communication with ‘real life’ friends associated with better mental health in young people, but virtual-only friendships linked to lower wellbeing

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Human rights and environment journal welcomes students to international editorial team

1 December 2022

Two law and politics students have joined the editorial team of a ground-breaking journal that explores the relationship between human rights and the environment.

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A century of religion on the BBC

28 November 2022

Media expert Dr Caitriona Noonan joined BBC Cymru/Wales’ All Things Considered programme to discuss the BBC’s first religious radio broadcasts.

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Feast of opportunities at Reading Week Festival

23 November 2022

Students in the School of English, Communication and Philosophy have been exploring career and skills, expanding cultural horizons and trying something new on campus in the latest Reading Week Festival.

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University celebrates Living Wage Week

22 November 2022

Employers and employees have celebrated #LivingWageWeek in Wales by marking Cardiff’s journey towards becoming a Living Wage City.

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Professor David James wins Sir Hugh Owen 2022 medal to make it three in a row for Cardiff University

21 November 2022

Professor David James third School of Social Sciences academic to receive the Hugh Owen Medal from the Learned Society of Wales for three consecutive years.

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UNICEF and the School of Social Sciences seek to support national statistical systems in the United Republic of Tanzania

18 November 2022

School of Social Sciences and UNICEF collaborate to help generate policy-relevant analysis to monitor child poverty and material deprivation.