My name is Katia Vione I am conducting my PhD in Social Psychology under the supervision of Prof. Greg Maio. We are recruiting female participants for a 15-minutes online study looking at everyday choices and the importance of various abstract ideas. All answers are confidential, and you can choose to participate in the prize draw for one voucher worth £50. This is for female participants only. Please do not participate if you already done this study two weeks ago. If you would like to complete the survey please follow the link below:
The coordinating Chaplain Fr. Jones will celebrate the Holy Week ceremonies in the Sister’s church at Nazareth House on Colum Rd., (access via main entrance with plenty of parking). Maundy Thursday 6:00pm, Good Friday 11:00am, Holy Saturday 6:00pm. All staff, students and families are very welcome. Happy Easter!
The Carvery & Bar facility is closed on Tuesday 7 April 2015. Open as normal on Wednesday 8 April 2015.
Come to the café between 12-1 at the John Percival building to practice your Welsh and meet fellow Welsh speakers.
The Staff Cricket Club will hold pre season NETS at Talybont sports centre at 5.45 for 6pm on Wednesday 15th of April .
A General Meeting will be held immediately after nets at 7pm in the Sports Bar. New or prospective staff /postgraduate cricketers are most welcome to join existing players and attend both events. Our first Match is scheduled for 29th April at St Fagans vs Eclipse Print.
For further information contact Quentin Jones at email@example.com
We are looking for healthy controls over the age of 40 for a brain imaging study examining whether there are differences in brain waves and chemicals between healthy individuals and those with psychosis. This study will take place in CUBRIC until Apr 2015. You will be paid £35 for your participation. If you are interested in participating or would like more information then please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 02920 870345. Thank you.
You are invited to attend a free training session this Friday to learn more about working with young people to improve the health and wellbeing of children in Wales. This is an excellent opportunity to receive top quality training from an Education Consortia which will offer you the opportunity to:
- Engage with young people while volunteering in a range of exciting projects and settings
- Get involved in dynamic new Physical and Arts based projects working across schools and communities
- Develop your skills, CV and student profile by becoming a Friend of the Physical Literacy Programme for Schools team
- Be part of a #Physical Revolution
Date: Friday 27th March Time: 12pm-4pm Location: Room 0.65, Main Building, Cardiff University, CF10 3XQ Book: To book a place, please reply to email@example.com with your full name and YES We look forward to welcoming you to the #Physical Revolution and creating dynamic opportunities for you to access training and get involved in future projects.
As part of the global celebrations of the hundredth anniversary of the birth of the French literary and cultural critic Roland Barthes, the School of English, Communication & Philosophy will be hosting an international conference entitled ‘Roland Barthes at 100’ on 30 and 31 March.
City of Light: Paris 1900-1950 Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Choir Mark Eager (conductor) John Hugh Thomas (Choir Master) Jeremy Huw Williams (baritone) Stephen Walsh (narrator) Friday 27 March 7.30 pm St David’s Hall, Cardiff Debussy : Nocturnes Jolivet :Poèmes intimes – UK premiere Debussy: L’Histoire de Tristan – Prélude (completed Robert Orledge) World premiere Debussy: No-Ja-Li ou le Palais du silence (completed Robert Orledge) World premiere Ravel: La Valse City of Light in Cardiff climaxes with a programme of new French discoveries – world premieres of two works by Debussy, and the UK premiere of Jolivet’s beguiling song-cycle of love and longing. Introduced by Caroline Rae and Robert Orledge, these exciting explorations are juxtaposed with Debussy’s atmospheric Nocturnes and Ravel’s thrilling apotheosis of the dance, La Valse. Two tickets for £10, special offer for Cardiff University Students and Staff.
We are looking for participants to take part in a psychological study which assesses the relationship between certain unusual feelings and experiences and performance on a range of cognitive tasks. You will be paid £15 for your participation. You are eligible to participate if you are aged between 18-35 years, have normal or corrected to normal vision and hearing and possess a high level of fluency in English. You will not be eligible if you have a current diagnosis of any psychiatric illness, are taking psychotropic medication, experience current illicit substance abuse or have mobility problems due to the nature of some of the tasks. You will be asked to fill in three questionnaires which are designed to measure various feelings and experiences you may have had at some point in your life, and also complete five cognitive tasks related to learning and memory. The session usually takes around 2 hours of your time. Your participation is entirely voluntary and you can withdraw at any point without any negative consequences. The data collected for this project will be kept strictly confidential. This study has been fully reviewed and approved by the School Research Ethics Committee (EC.14.12.09.4044R2A); thorough risk assessment and safety precautions are in place so that participants will not be harmed psychologically or physically. If you wish to take part or would like to find out more, please contact Clara Humpston, PhD Student, School of Psychology at HumpstonCS@cardiff.ac.uk
The Undergraduate Awards are inviting academics to join the international Judging panel for the year’s awards programme. The Judging Panel is a collection of world-renowned academics across all disciplines who are headhunted each year to judge some of the best undergraduate work from around the globe. If you would like to be a judge in the 2015 awards programme, you can apply here. This voluntary process will take place in July & August of 2015 (exact dates to be decided). The work submitted is judged anonymously by academics from around the globe. Judges
- Support an organisation working to inspire creative thinkers and problem solvers by acknowledging and celebrating their ideas.
- Join a network of international academics and work collaboratively with other experts within your discipline.
- Gain insight into the focus of research and the quality of coursework being taught at undergraduate level in top tier universities around the world.
Your role will to be to work with the other panelists and help to decide which of the papers represents excellence in undergraduate academia. You can read more about becoming an Undergraduate Awards Judge here. Cardiff University is an affiliate of The Undergraduate Awards, which is an Irish not-for-profit organisation that runs the world’s only pan-disciplinary academic awards programme.
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.
The Way – Chaplaincy Lent Course. Every Tuesday 6pm – 8pm at The Chaplaincy at 61 Park Place. Based on the film, ‘The Way’, each week, we will eat together, watch clips from the film, and reflect and consider our own faith journeys. All staff and students welcome.
Do you often consume energy drinks like Red Bull and Monster (on average more than two per week)? Researchers in the psychology department are conducting a study to investigate whether consuming such products is related to academic efficiency and wellbeing, and need volunteers to complete a 10-minute online survey. All participants can choose to enter a prize-draw with three chances to win £50! Follow this link to complete the study
To find out more about the research, please contact Gareth Richards: RichardsG6@Cardiff.ac.uk.
Join us for a charity evening in aid of St David’s Hospice Care
Where: Aberdare Hall
When: Wednesday 15 April 2015 at 7.30pm
To include a traditional Welsh supper (cawl, bread and cheese, apple pie and welsh cakes) with an informal quiz, raffle and entertainment.
Tickets are £7.00 and may be purchased in advance from Aberdare Hall Reception. Alternatively, call 029 2087 6476 or email JonesDM5@cardiff.ac.uk