Ewch i’r prif gynnwys

Newyddion

Professor Angela Devereux

Academydd o Gaerdydd yn ohebydd crwydrol ar gyfer Cwpan Rygbi'r Byd

1 Hydref 2015

University law professor volunteers in ‘The Pack’

Carly-jo and Sarah in NYC

Successful summer in New York for two students

1 Hydref 2015

Two final year Social Science students – Carly-jo Rosselli and Sarah Fuller – have recently returned to Cardiff having just completed summer placements at the Murphy Institute.

Visiting academics and school staff

School of Modern Languages welcomes translation team on fact finding mission

1 Hydref 2015

Staff from Portugal’s most prestigious polytechnic institution visited the School on a fact finding mission.

Centre for Islam

Canolfan Astudiaethau Islam y Brifysgol yn 10 oed

1 Hydref 2015

Cyfarfod rhyng-ffydd hanesyddol yn garreg filltir.

Chinese dragons on the side of a building

Immerse yourself in Chinese culture with Cardiff Confucius Institute

30 Medi 2015

The Confucius Institute is celebrating two important dates in the Chinese calendar with an event in Cardiff Library.

tab on computer showing Twitter URL

Gwyddonwyr yn mynd i'r afael ag ymosodiadau ar Twitter

30 Medi 2015

Ymchwilwyr y Brifysgol yn datblygu system ddeallus i adnabod dolenni maleisus a gaiff eu lledaenu drwy'r cyfryngau cymdeithasol.

Conference attendees

Harvard hosts Cardiff conference

30 Medi 2015

An ecumenical colloquium was held at Harvard University in Cambridge under the auspices of the Centre for Law and Religion.

Professor Angela Devereux

Law professor joins pack as roving reporter for Rugby World Cup

30 Medi 2015

Professor Angela Devereux, Head of the Centre for Professional Legal Studies, gets involved in The Pack.

Cardiff Student highly commended in Women in Property National Student Awards

30 Medi 2015

Cardiff University student Rhiannon Jones has been highly commended at this year’s Women in Property National Student Awards.

Ancient inscription translated by Attic Inscriptions Online

Latest treasure trove of Ancient Athenian inscriptions revealed

29 Medi 2015

Attic Inscriptions Online (AIO) has announced the publication of over 130 new English translations of inscriptions from ancient Athens, making a total of 648 now available.