Month: March 2018

Message from the Vice-Chancellor

Posted on 16 March 2018 by Colin Riordan

Message from the Vice-Chancellor: Action short of a strike and phased pay deductions We understand that colleagues who are participating in industrial action care passionately about their students, and regret what they sincerely see as a necessity for continued action. On that basis, and within the constraints of action short of a strike, we take
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UEB, 12 March 2018

Posted on 12 March 2018 by Mairwen Harris

UEB received a verbal update on the industrial dispute. It was noted that the Vice-Chancellor and Professor Holford were meeting with the President, Secretary and one other member from the People and Planet student society today. It was noted that HEFCW had offered funding for a degree apprenticeship and a paper on degree apprenticeships for
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Student Innovation Festival

Posted on 9 March 2018 by Amanda Coffey

As a leading research-intensive University, Cardiff understands the socio-economic benefits of bringing great ideas to life. Innovation builds great partnerships to tackle ‘real world’ issues – from public health to policing and pollution. Students with soaring imaginations instinctively rise to the challenge of tackling these and other big ideas. Our Student Ambassadors who have volunteered
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UEB, 5 March 2018

Posted on 5 March 2018 by Mairwen Harris

UEB received a presentation from Cubane consultants on Cardiff’s latest Uniforum data set. UEB received a verbal update on the industrial dispute and noted that the Vice-Chancellor had attended today’s UCU Q&A session with several UEB members in attendance and a statement had been agreed. It was noted that seven subjects had ranked in the
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Strike action: commitment from the Vice-Chancellor

Posted on 5 March 2018 by Colin Riordan

Dear students, Last week was a very difficult week for all of you and I am writing to reassure you that the University’s priority and commitment remains to ensure that all students will have opportunities to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes attached to your programmes and modules of study. The bad weather hit just
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