Month: July 2018

Vice-Chancellor’s all-staff email – July 2018

Posted on 26 July 2018 by Colin Riordan

Dear colleague It is a pleasure to start this month’s email, the final one of this academic year, by congratulating those colleagues and friends of the University who were recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours last month. Professor Billie Hunter, Royal College of Midwives Professor of Midwifery in the School of Healthcare Sciences, was awarded
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Institute of Coding Launch

Posted on 2 July 2018 by Rudolf Allemann

Recently I had the pleasure of visiting the House of Lords with staff and students from the School of Computer Science and Informatics for the formal launch of the Institute of Coding. The Institute of Coding is a consortium of over 60 partners from academia, industry and not for profit organisations, backed by £20m of
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Why we’re committed to our technical staff

Posted on 2 July 2018 by Jayne Sadgrove

In a large University like Cardiff, there are many different activities needed to support our teaching and our research. Across the University, there are hundreds of technical colleagues working in a diverse range of roles in labs, classrooms, and offices. They may not all have ‘technician’ in their job title but one thing they all
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