Class of 66 reunite
28 September 2016
Geography and Planning alumni gather to celebrate fifty years of research and teaching excellence.
The School of Geography and Planning will welcome back some of the very first students to study in the School at a special event in October 2016. Established in 1966, the School of Geography and Planning is a leading centre for teaching and research in human geography and spatial planning. Since then the School has seen considerable change in terms of the student intake, staff composition and research profile. From January 2016 the School has adopted a new name and identity as the School of Geography and Planning.
Speaking about the event, Dr Neil Harris said: ‘The School was established in 1966 and we are delighted to have some of ‘the Class of ‘66’ visit the School as part of its fiftieth anniversary. Around a dozen alumni will be welcomed to the School for an informal event in the Glamorgan Building Committee Rooms with current staff and students.”
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