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Cardiff University Honorary Fellow Susanna Reid

Alumna Susanna Reid to receive Honorary Fellowship

13 July 2015

Susanna Reid will receive an Honorary Fellowship from Cardiff University at its annual degree ceremonies this week.

Professor Jenny Kitzinger (Left) and York University’s Professor Celia Kitzinger

ESRC award for Professor Jenny Kitzinger's work on catastrophic brain injury

25 June 2015

Cardiff University research scoops prestigious award for work on catastrophic brain injury.

Surveillance cameras

Edward Snowden’s lawyer among prestigious line-up of privacy campaigners, scholars, journalists and tech experts in Cardiff for major surveillance event

18 June 2015

Conference will also see the presentation of new research showing a "lack of transparency" on state surveillance to be a "major concern" among British public

policy award

Support for ‘coma’ families wins innovation award

18 June 2015

Research into how best to support families of loved ones with severe brain injuries has been recognised with a Cardiff University innovation award.

Rebecca Smith

Cardiff University alumna announced as one the 30 future UK radio champions

4 June 2015

Cardiff University alumna announced as one the 30 future UK radio champions

David English 2

Academic who’s taught more British newspaper journalists than any other puts down pen after 35 years at leading Cardiff journalism school

3 June 2015

A Cardiff University lecturer who's thought to have taught more British newspaper journalists than any other has officially put down his red pen after 35 years at the helm of one the UK's longest-running and most successful journalism courses.

ESRC Impact Prize

Professor Jenny Kitzinger shortlisted for ESRC research impact prize

2 June 2015

The nomination, alongside her colleague, and sister, Professor Celia Kitzinger (University of York) relates to their research on family experiences of coma, the vegetative and minimally conscious state.

Cardiff ranked first for journalism and public relations by the Guardian

27 May 2015

Cardiff ranked first for journalism and public relations by the Guardian

Joint-runner up in the Guardian University Awards 2015

14 April 2015

Professor Jenny Kitzinger’s research into family experiences of vegetative and minimally conscious states has been recognised at the recent Guardian University Awards.

Strengthening the future of Welsh language journalism

13 March 2015

The importance of skilled and trained Welsh language journalists needed to support a healthy and effective Welsh media industry was the topic of discussion at a panel event on Wednesday evening.

Coma Songs

10 October 2014

Academic research into the experiences of families of patients with severe brain injuries has been translated into a radio programme, providing insight into the heart-breaking dilemmas they face.

Jon Snow at JOMEC

Jon Snow visits Cardiff journalism students

29 September 2014

King of the News’ shares his insight on the future of journalism.

Helping carers of brain injury patients

Helping carers of brain injury patients

17 September 2014

Researchers launch online resource for families and healthcare practitioners

Creative Citizens come together

Creative Citizens come together

19 August 2014

Cardiff University to deliver first UK conference on creative citizenship

Llais y Maes students

Llais y Maes digital first

4 August 2014

Cardiff University launches digital newspaper in partnership with the National Eisteddfod of Wales.

Arts & Humanities Research Council

Showcasing arts and humanities research

30 June 2014

City hosts national festival to promote arts and humanities research.

Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol

Journalism competition

30 May 2014

Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and Cardiff launch Journalism Competition.

New MOOC brings together essential journalism knowledge with practical digital skills

27 March 2014

Former BBC Director of Global News leads on-line course.

Hand holding a camera

World’s first Community Journalism MOOC

23 January 2014

Cardiff University’s new course with FutureLearn

A nurse's hand on a patient's hand

Family perspectives on terminal sedation

15 January 2014

Some families would consider terminal sedation for brain injured relatives in a permanent vegetative state.