School of Geography and Planning

Developing the smart cities of the future

17 December 2018

Event considers use of digital technologies in creating more efficient and inclusive cities

Spotlight on student excellence

19 November 2018

Celebrating academic achievement and high-performance at annual student awards presentation

Prestigious bursary for Master’s student

16 November 2018

MSc Transport and Planning student receives 2018 Brian Large Master’s Bursary

Group of male and female academics sat behind a table with British and Chinese flags in front of them

Enhancing links with China

12 November 2018

Exploring future research and scholarship collaborations

Image of twelve men and women of mixed ethnicities

Event explores hidden histories

24 October 2018

Lottery-funded project shines a spotlight on previously unidentified merchant seamen who fought and died during World War II

Top 10 for Planning

15 October 2018

Planning places in the top ten of the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019

Field

Uncertainty and constitutional dispute puts Green Brexit at risk

10 October 2018

Challenges ahead for UK and devolved governments

Sleeping doormouse

Biodiversity vital for future of Wales

10 October 2018

Report explores wider benefits of conservation efforts

Global citizenship key to transforming people and places

8 October 2018

School hosts local Welsh Baccalaureate pupils for Global Issues Workshop

Tackling food security and world hunger

24 September 2018

Leading academic invited to address the European Commission

Cardiff Half Marathon

Half marathon runners spend £2.3m in city

24 September 2018

Cardiff University research sheds light on spending and travel habits of runners

Industry body recognises research excellence

17 September 2018

RTPI Research Excellence Awards 2018 recognise pioneering work on religious diversity and spatial planning

Farming

Urgent action needed for a sustainable future

4 September 2018

Landmark book explores significance of nature and environmentalism in Social Sciences

Skyline

Major conference explores changing geographical landscapes

29 August 2018

Future of the UK after Brexit to be discussed

Breaking down surf culture clichés

17 August 2018

Exploring surfing culture and the limiting nature of widely held stereotypes

Bursary success

9 August 2018

Three students awarded Rees Jeffreys Bursaries to pursue postgraduate programmes

Eisteddfod sign

Results of Eisteddfod study to be revealed

30 July 2018

Researchers investigate visitors’ satisfaction levels, travel plans and cultural attitudes

Potatoes

The clock is ticking for UK food security unless a deal is done, says new report

24 July 2018

Specialists urge the Government to keep focussed on food during Brexit negotiations

Graduation marked with awards

24 July 2018

Congratulations to the Class of 2018

RGS conference draws record numbers to Cardiff

17 July 2018

Hundreds of delegates registered to attend the three-day conference