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Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams launching the Spanish Embassy Education Office (SEEO) and the Goethe Institut London satellite office at the School of Modern Languages

Cabinet Secretary for Education visits School to launch new collaborative language office

21 September 2017

Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams visited the School of Modern Languages this week to learn more about two new collaborative partnerships which aim to increase and aid the professional development of language teachers in Wales.

Orkney

Fluctuating fortunes of one of UK’s world heritage sites revealed

20 September 2017

Picture of Prehistoric Orkney changes through new scientific dating study in internationally-respected journal Antiquity.

Amanda Robinson

Criminology community come to Cardiff for prestigious conference

19 September 2017

More than 1100 delegates from across the world visited Cardiff University for the European Society of Criminology annual conference.

Ranked 4th for Public Administration

18 September 2017

Influential ranking recognises School's Public Administration provision and expertise

Senedd building

What has devolution ever done for us?

18 September 2017

New data reveals impact of devolution to be mediocre

Cardiff Half Marathon Start

Research examines travel to half marathon

15 September 2017

University experts work with race organisers to reduce carbon footprint

Staff and stakeholders around information sign

Hidden Hillfort connects people with the past

14 September 2017

Mark Drakeford AM and Cardiff University’s Vice-Chancellor launch major community project

Michaelston Community College pupils and retired residents, with Dr Stephanie Ward and Dr Dave Wyatt

Our World War – Cardiff suburb reclaims lost heritage

13 September 2017

Community-led research project reveals homes fit for heroes and the lasting effects of the First World War on a corner of Wales

Recognition for outstanding supervision

13 September 2017

Professor Jon Anderson shorlisted for the 2017 Times Higher Education Awards

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