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Actor James Ashton from the Quiet Hands company

Putting mate crime centre stage

11 September 2017

Awdur creadigol a llwyddiannus yn ymdrin â troseddu dinistriol a dirgel sy'n effeithio ar bobl fregus yn ei ddrama diweddaraf

Florence Pugh Saxophonist

Music student busks her way around Europe

8 September 2017

A student at the School of Music has funded a trip around Europe through busking

New Entrepreneurs in Residence scheme announced

8 September 2017

Scheme will support and embed entrepreneurial and innovative thinking within the School

A woman holds a red bag with journalism studies written on it.

Major conference to discuss Journalism in a “Post-Truth” Age

7 September 2017

Two hundred delegates set to attend sixth biennial Future of Journalism conference.

Compass with Welsh economy concept

Rethinking Growth

7 September 2017

Academics argue for socially and ecologically positive growth in new paper

Young girl hugs mother's leg

Visiting mothers in prison

7 September 2017

Visiting Mum: an essential asset for children of female prisoners

THE Awards 2017 Logo

‘Oscars of higher education’

7 September 2017

University experts in the running for three prestigious THE Awards

Ancient stone inscription

Ancient Athens revealed through its inscriptions

5 September 2017

Attic inscriptions in UK collections to be made accessible in new project

Dr Huw Bennett, Reader in International Relations, who will begin a fellowship with the British Academy this September.

Mid-Career Fellowship awarded to International Relations Reader

5 September 2017

The national body for humanities and social sciences in the UK has awarded a School of Law and Politics academic with a prestigious Mid-Career Fellowship.

Crowd of people overlayed with radiowave grid

Communications policing is the new community policing

4 September 2017

Collaborative research finds UK policing approaches to social media analytics are struggling to keep up with technological advances.