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teaching excellence Awards for teaching excellence

28/07/2011

Professor Chris Webster and Ms Julie Price recognised for their ‘outstanding impact on student learning’

Symposium Chinese experts debate science governance at Cardiff

28/07/2011

Influential symposium organised by Cesagen

Professor Martin Innes Phone hacking and the police

19/07/2011

UPSI director warns of future turbulence in policing

students Scholarships help students on the road to success

15/07/2011

Next generation of scientists and engineers get helping hand

Professor Howard Jones Pioneering Caribbean criminologist inspires bursary

14/07/2011

Offer to Caribbean and Guyanese students in memory of late Professor Howard Jones

dog owner Engage with young dog owners

05/07/2011

New report calls on Government to directly target ‘street cultures’

Aquamanile fragment Revealing Cosmeston’s medieval past

05/07/2011

Community archaeology project makes new discovery

elderly patient Dignity on the wards

01/07/2011

Study finds lack of dignity for elderly on hospital acute wards

Rudolph The Cardiff Story

30/06/2011

Artefacts conserved by University on show in city centre

Welsh flag Summer of Welsh

30/06/2011

Fast-track course helps learners improve language skills

IPA conference Politics, Practices and Power

28/06/2011

Cardiff hosts international Interpretive Policy Analysis conference

WISERD WISERD conference 2011

22/06/2011

Annual conference to review the social science landscape in Wales

Policing The future of policing

17/06/2011

Home Affairs Select Committee takes Cardiff experts’ evidence

Wales book of the year At the Welsh Oscars

14/06/2011

University lecturer to help decide Wales’ top literary prize

Prizewinning Bernie project Prizewinning Bernie project

10/06/2011

Social marketing campaign wins award for innovative approach to reducing deliberate grassfires

Cardiff University logo Public mission of universities

06/06/2011

Watch the first Distinguished Lecture live

WISERD Economic inequality in Wales

23/05/2011

‘Social background affects poverty’ suggests new University study

girl eating an apple Childhood obesity

23/05/2011

Cuts to school meal budgets and a u-turn on cooking skills could have a dramatic effect

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