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Tackling food security and world hunger

24 September 2018

Leading academic invited to address the European Commission

Cardiff Half Marathon

Half marathon runners spend £2.3m in city

24 September 2018

Cardiff University research sheds light on spending and travel habits of runners

“We shall be monsters”

21 September 2018

Celebrating Frankenstein bicentenary with public events and international collaboration

Aris

Business School’s ‘outstanding’ KTP hat-trick

20 September 2018

Third success for Panalpina Centre

Dr Lydia Hayes with former High Court judge Dame Linda Dobbs at the Inner Temple, London.

Stories of Care wins Society of Legal Scholars prize

20 September 2018

A book which explores the day-to-day sexism and class-bias encountered by homecare workers has won the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Peter Birks second prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship.

Geraldine Farrar as Carmen with cast, New York 1914

Global exploration of Bizet’s Carmen launched

19 September 2018

Carmen Abroad documents the travels of Bizet’s opera across countries and centuries

Rick Delbridge

Cardiff expert supports UKRI’s ‘Strength in Places’

19 September 2018

Professor Rick Delbridge to sit on assessment panel

The first cohort of students to study Portuguese at the School pictured here with Programme Director, Dr Rhian Atkin (centre) and Louise Ormerod (third from left).

Anglo-Portuguese Society announces Cardiff graduate as winner of annual student award

19 September 2018

A Modern Languages graduate who joined the School as a novice Portuguese speaker has been announced as the winner of a prestigious best student award.

Industry body recognises research excellence

17 September 2018

RTPI Research Excellence Awards 2018 recognise pioneering work on religious diversity and spatial planning

Digital maturity

Digital maturity Wales

13 September 2018

Survey to measure impact of broadband on Welsh business