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Our engagement activities include primary school workshops, design and build summer projects in Indonesia and constructing new facilities in Zambia.

Two women standing outside with holding buckets on their heads.

Orkidstudio – Zambia Design for Health project 2016

7 Ionawr 2016

This project considers the impact of good design on health and well being and will challenge students to grapple with issues facing health care provision in remote and deprived communities.

Concrete back yard

Green roofs for Pollinators

22 Hydref 2015

School staff have supported Julian Rees of Pollen8 in his successful bid for funding, which will enable a number of green roofs to be planted in South Wales, providing safe habitat and forage for pollinators.

The team outside Grangetown Pavillion

Community Gateway – Grange Pavilion Project

22 Hydref 2015

Community Gateway is working with Architecture and Business School students and community partners to explore a wide range of ideas for transforming the vacant Grange Gardens Bowls Pavilion into a community hub.

Community Gateway project

Community Gateway

10 Hydref 2015

Community Gateway aims to develop long-term, equal and mutually beneficial partnerships between Cardiff University and Grangetown residents and those organisations which serve them.

Professor Phil Jones talking at the event.

College leads international energy event in Brussels

22 Mai 2015

Supported by the College’s EU team, the Energy Systems Research Institute has held a networking event in Brussels to encourage new links between academia and business.

A group site visit.

Energy Institute – South West and South Wales branch

10 Ionawr 2015

As a branch committee member Vicki Stevenson suggests and helps to organise events including presentations and site visits for professionals and students interested in energy.

Lynne

Love Grangetown

20 Mehefin 2014

We supported Community Gateway and Grangetown partners in running the third annual ‘Love Grangetown’ planning and celebration event.