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Celebrating Excellence at the School of Geography and Planning

5 December 2022

Two members of the School of Geography and Planning have been recognised at the Cardiff University Celebrating Excellence Awards.

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Farmers unwilling to vaccinate badgers in fight against bovine TB, research finds

1 December 2022

Major new study explores farmer and stakeholder attitudes towards vaccinating cattle and badgers against bovine tuberculosis

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School of Geography and Planning research at the forefront of tackling climate change

3 November 2022

A new case study series highlights Cardiff University projects tackling climate related issues through collaborative research in Africa.

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Master’s degree students secure bursary support

3 November 2022

Three postgraduate students at the School of Geography and Planning are celebrating after securing prestigious bursaries to fund their studies.

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Rule-breakers and change-makers: 30ish alumni making a big impact

31 October 2022

The university’s first 30(ish) Awards celebrated the achievements of alumni who have made a positive contribution to their community.

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Celebrating Athena SWAN success

6 October 2022

The School of Geography and Planning has received an Athena SWAN Bronze Award in recognition of its commitment to tackling gender inequality.

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Top marks rewarded with prize-winning book

3 October 2022

Jack Kinder has been recognised for his outstanding academic performance.

Transport for Wales partnership delivers unique benefits to MSc students

26 September 2022

Transport for Wales (TfW) and the School of Geography and Planning are working together to provide a one-of-a-kind transport modelling module.

A Grangetown to grow up in

3 August 2022

Young people give their vision for a child-friendly community after COVID-19

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Cardiff University students past and present competing at Commonwealth Games

28 July 2022

Many developed their passion and skills for their sports while in Cardiff

Edible insects and plant-based proteins to be the subject of classroom debates

26 May 2022

Children will give their views on climate change and the future of food

School of Geography and Planning 9th in UK for research power

12 May 2022

Celebrating success in the latest Research Excellence Framework

Postgraduate student receives dissertation award

28 March 2022

Rebecca Gormley has been awarded the 2022 Postgraduate Dissertation Prize by the Geography of Leisure and Tourism Group of the Royal Geographical Society (RGS).

Children’s views to drive a better future for their community

16 March 2022

Project explores the impact of urban planning on the youngest members of society

Cole Cornford receives his book prize

Top-performing student recognised

3 February 2022

Cole Cornford has been recognised for his outstanding academic performance.

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Four opportunities for postgraduate studentships

21 January 2022

Cardiff University’s School of Geography and Planning is pleased to announce the availability of four PhD studentships.

Prestigious prize celebrates impact of two Cardiff University research projects

29 November 2021

ESRC awards researchers in public policy and early career categories

Research films put science at heart of COP Cymru

24 November 2021

Video series demonstrates strength of Wales’s climate research

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Planning ahead – Master’s students secure bursary support

11 October 2021

Each recipient of the Brian Large bursary will receive £8,000 to support their studies.

Cardiff University academic receives top honour

19 May 2021

Professor Terry Marsden recognised for world-leading research in his field