My name is Natasha Roberts I am conducting my undergraduate dissertation on Internet Crime victimisation. The survey is completely confidential and will only take a few minutes.
If you would like to complete the survey please follow the link below: https://qtrial2014az1.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_4I4q06ydeAu8vUp
We are looking for individuals to participate in a control group for a study on the Individual Differences in Rewards-Seeking Behaviour. If you are between the ages of 40-60yrs and have no family history of neurological or psychiatric symptoms we would greatly appreciate your time.
Our aim is to investigate how individuals attempt to maximize rewards under risky conditions. The study involves completing a computer task. You will be able to communicate with the researcher at any time.
Our results may be published in scientific papers but your name will not appear in any public document. Our results will be published in a form which would make it impossible for you to be identified. There are no know risks associated with the study.
The whole experiment takes approximately 1 hour and £6 will be given for your contribution. You may withdraw from your participation at any stage without any adverse consequences.
If interested please contact me via e-mail: GloverAS@cardiff.ac.uk or by phone on: 02920688242.
Thank you, Alys Glover, Cardiff University School of Psychology
If your essay writing skills need a bit of tweeking or your presentations could do with a more dynamic approach, come along to one of our classes and see what you can learn. We run free, one-hour classes for undergraduates on these and other topics such as note-taking, referencing, revision strategies and time management.
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National Museum of Wales, Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre,
Friday 6 Feb 1.10 pm
Free entry for Cardiff University Staff and Students
To kick off Cardiff University’s new lunchtime concert series in the National Museum of Wales, concert pianist Kenneth Hamilton takes us on an entertaining exploration of the music of Chopin, his friends and contemporaries, along with some relaxed, illuminating and entertaining commentary on the pieces performed. Chopin and his Contemporaries: Kenneth Hamilton (piano)
Friday 6 February 1.10 pm
- Chopin: Nocturne in E flat, op.9 no.2
- John Field: Nocturne in A-major
- Franz Liszt: The Bells of Geneva (Nocturne)
- Chopin: Ballade No.1 in G-minor
Friday 13 February 1.10 pm
- Chopin: Polonaise-Fantasy
- Beethoven: Fantasy, op.77
- Mendelssohn: Fantasy on “The Last Rose of Summer”
Friday 20 February 1.10 pm
- Chopin: Études
- Schumann: Fantasy, op.17
The lunchtime series continues with a concert by gifted young harpsichordist August Guan:
Friday 13 March 1.10 pm
- Handel: Sonata in G Major, HWV 579
- Geminiani: Pieces I-III in D Major from Pièces de Clavecin
- William Croft: Suite III in C Minor
- Blow, Purcell and Clarke: Selected Theatre Music William Babell Selected movements from Suite IV, in G Major.
Friday 20 March 1.10 pm
Jenni Cook (soprano), Amy Likar (flute)
- Michael Head: A Piper David Diamond:The Mad Maid’s Song
- Henry Bishop: Lo! Here the gentle lark
- John Corigliano:Three Irish Folksong Settings (1988)
- The Salley Gardens The Foggy Dew She Moved Through the Fair
- Henry Cowell: I heard in the night (1956)
- Camille Saint-Saëns: Une flûte invisible
- Wilhelmine von Bayreuth: ‘S’avvien ch’il destino no’ from the opera Argenore
- Albert Roussel : Deux poemes de Ronsard
Rossignol, mon mignon . . . Ciel, aer, et vens . . . Mieczyslaw Kolinski: Six French Folksongs Je m’en vais à Livaro Voici le mois de mai La recette du cuisinier Les charpentiers du roi Viens nous y promener La bergère
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Wednesday 4 March 2015, 12.45-5.00pm
Paul Spencer Lecture Theatre, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Redwood Building, King Edward VII Avenue
The plenary speaker at this event will be Professor Cameron Alexander from the School of Pharmacy, University of Nottingham. He is an internationally recognized leader in polymer therapeutics and will highlight how his work and this field is contributing to advances in drug delivery, tissue engineering and beyond. A large focus of the meeting will be on the application of microscopy for drug delivery research and other research reemits. For this we have Dr Peter Watson, School of Biosciences Cardiff University, (fluorescence microscopy), Dr Lewis Francis, Swansea University (Atomic Force Microscopy) and Dr Wayne Nisho Ayre from the School of Dentistry at Cardiff University will discuss how microscopy is helping his research on utilizing liposomes as drug delivery vectors. Professor Mark Gumbleton (Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences) will share his extensive experience of studying the delivery of therapeutics across biological barriers. As an added bonus Mr John Hilton (Business development officer, Cardiff University) will discuss Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and how we can apply for funding through this route. We will close the afternoon via an informal networking event with light refreshments provided.
To register your attendance, please email Jane Graves, CITER Administrator (GravesJA@cardiff.ac.uk)
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Engineering Young Entrepreneurs Scheme (YES) is a training programme and competition which covers all aspects of the commercialisation of new products and services from discovery, to the first sales. Participants will learn how to plan a new business venture, meet entrepreneurs and business leaders who have done it for real, and gain employability skills. There are cash prizes worth over £3000 up for grabs. The competition is open to postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers from ALL disciplines who are interested in working on an engineering related business idea. You do not need to have a business idea to take part. All costs will be covered for successful applicants including travel and accommodation. Deadline for applications: Sunday 1 March, midnight.
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A service of Taize songs and meditation – Monday 2nd February at 6pm at The Chaplaincy at 61 Park Place. All welcome
We have hundreds of part-time courses available in a variety of subjects starting this spring. If you are a member of staff, we’re offering a discounted fee. You only have to pay the concessionary fee (which is discounted up to 20%). If you are a full time Cardiff University student please call us to find out if you are entitled to a discounted rate. Learning can enhance your life in so many ways. So if you want to improve your CV, keep your mind active, meet like-minded people, gain a qualification or simply love to learn then enrol on a course today.
For a copy of our prospectus call 2087 0000 or visit our website now for the full course listing.
Student & staff £1 lunch, every Thursday (in term-time) 12:30pm-14:00pm in the hall at the rear of 62 Park Place. Veggie & Halal options.
The Families, Identities, and Gender Research Network (FIG) is an interdisciplinary research group convened by members of ENCAP, PSYCH, SHARE and SOCSCI. FIG aims to explore the following areas: -
- different disciplinary definitions, concepts, and approaches to the study of family, identity, and gender
- different subjective (bodily, emotional, and psychological) experiences of family, identity and gender, and their appropriate modes of investigation
- modes of representation of family, identity, and gender, and their social, political, and historical influence
- the relation of gender and family to other central organising concepts and aspects of identity such as race, class, and place
On Wednesday 4th March, 2-5pm the group will host a session at which existing members of FIG and scholars interested in the group will provide brief introductions (up to three minutes) on their research. We hope this will provide an opportunity to find out more about the diverse research on families, identities and gender being undertaken at Cardiff University. If you would like to present, or simply to attend this event, please contact Tracey Loughran (LoughranTL@cardiff.ac.uk) by Friday 13th February.
For further details please visit our website.
Drop-In Café – Every Monday & Friday 12:00-14:00 offering free tea & coffee, biscuits, toast & fruit. A comfortable social space to relax, chat and make some new friends whilst enjoying a snack! Everyone is welcome. Hosted by the Methodist & Anglican University Chaplains. Venue: Anglican Chaplaincy, 61 Park Place.
Anglican Eucharist – Every Wednesday 13:05-13:30 – a short said service of Holy Communion celebrated in the chapel for the university community, staff & students. Venue: Anglican Chaplaincy, 61 Park Place.
Student Workshop Tuesday 3 February 2015 17:00 – 18:00 Go To Room 4F, 4th floor, Students Union This workshop will introduce you to a number of strategies that can help you relax. Learning to relax and maintain a calm attitude towards the challenges of everyday living is a core self management skill, and will increase your ability to handle workload demands, and positively manage working relationships in the future. There will also be a chance to practice some of these strategies during the workshop. To Sign up, please go to the following website Relaxation
The next “Monday Lunch-time Concert” for the 2014/2015 season at the Heath Campus will take place in the Sanctuary, UHW [opposite ward B5] at 1.10 pm (finishing by 1.50 pm) on Monday 2 February 2015. This concert will feature Mark Wright, a singer/songwriter in the vein of Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens, who will perform music from his favourite songwriters. The concert is free of charge and ALL (staff, students, patients, visitors) are welcome.
If you can, please encourage as many people as possible to come along, and display this poster
Would you like to play a fun online game about social life and earn £10? Cardiff University School of Social Sciences is conducting a research study looking at local understandings of social life. We would like to recruit a number of students to participate so that we can measure how different social groups understand each other. For more information and to volunteer for the study, please follow this link:
The Imitation Game