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Celebrating 50 years of research and teaching excellence

11 January 2016

The School of Geography and Planning celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2016 with a change of name and a series of events.

Volunteers planting crops

Participatory action research benefits local organisations as well as students

24 November 2015

Students from the School of Planning and Geography recently made an impact on food communities in Cardiff through their live project modules.

Mother breastfeeding baby

Cardiff academic to raise concerns on breastfeeding rates

24 November 2015

Dr Kate Boyer to share research with Westminster MPs

Mosque in Dubai

University research into faith relations commended by Archbishop of Canterbury

29 October 2015

Recommendations to improve relations between faith groups and local government planning systems supported.

Milan Urban Food Policy Pact

Professor of Environmental Policy and Planning delivers closing speech at prestigious event in Milan

16 October 2015

Professor Roberta Sonnino delivered the closing address at the Signing Ceremony of the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact on Thursday 15 October.

Shanty Town

Academics shaping UN policy on “critical global challenges”

9 October 2015

Three University academics appointed to UN Policy Units to shape agendas on housing and sustainable urban development.

Cardiff Student highly commended in Women in Property National Student Awards

30 September 2015

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

Cardiff University ranked 7th for geography

21 August 2015

The Telegraph has recently recognised Cardiff University as one of the top ten universities for geography.

Monopoly houses and hotels

Building with nature to make our cities greener

19 August 2015

‘Green infrastructure’ project aims to make urban areas more sustainable

National Student Survey reveals high results in student satisfaction

13 August 2015

Overall satisfaction at the School of Planning and Geography has been rated at 91% in this year’s National Student Survey (NSS) of final year undergraduate students.