Ewch i’r prif gynnwys

Newyddion

Conference to focus on how children in care can reach full potential

3 Medi 2015

For the first time in Wales, residential child care workers and foster carers will come together for a conference to discuss how to improve outcomes for children in care and those leaving care.

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Erasmus & international exchange enrolment information

2 Medi 2015

All new erasmus and international exchange students need to complete enrolment at Cardiff.

Graffiti on wall

Capture China in young photographer competition

1 Medi 2015

Young Photographers competition run by UCL IOE Confucius Institute for Schools is happening again this year.

Dame Teresa Rees receiving DBE

Receiving my Damehood - Professor Emerita Dame Teresa Rees DBE FAcSS FLSW

28 Awst 2015

Professor Teresa Rees was awarded a Damehood for services to Social Sciences in the 2015 New Years Honours. In July she was invited to Windsor Castle to receive the accolade from the Queen. Here she shares her experience with us.

Innocence Project

Prosiect y gyfraith wedi'i enwebu ar gyfer gwobr iawnderau dynol uchel ei bri

27 Awst 2015

Prosiect Ysgol y Gyfraith wedi'i enwebu ar gyfer gwobr iawnderau dynol uchel ei bri

Alison Parken

Managers’ gender pay gap related to gender segregation and lack of promotion

26 Awst 2015

Dr Alison Parken, Senior Research Fellow and Director of Women Adding Value to the Economy programme, spoke to the BBC about the obstacles women face in the workplace

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Language Exchange Scheme launched

25 Awst 2015

Meet new people, learn about other cultures and improve your English.

Law at Cardiff is 5th in the Russell Group for overall student satisfaction

25 Awst 2015

Results of the 2015 National Student Survey (NSS) ranks Cardiff University's School of Law in fifth place.

Social Data Science Lab finds link between social media and crime patterns

25 Awst 2015

Social and computer scientists at the Social Data Science Lab at Cardiff University have analysed tweets to help predict crime patterns in London.

Funding success supports the School of Social Sciences’ international research links

24 Awst 2015

Professor Helen Sampson, Director of the Seafarers International Research Centre, was the co-applicant on a successful funding bid of £85,665.