Mairwen Harris

Mairwen Harris

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UEB, 11 December 2017

Posted on 11 December 2017 by Mairwen Harris

The welcome progress on phase one of the exit negotiations on important issues for universities including securing residency rights of EU citizens living in the UK and the UK’s continuation in existing EU programmes including Horizon 2020 and Erasmus+ until 2020 was noted. It was noted that Professor Justin Lewis (Communication, Cultural and Media Studies,
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UEB, 4 December 2017

Posted on 4 December 2017 by Mairwen Harris

It was noted that the University had won two awards in last week’s Times Higher Education awards, for the Phoenix Project and the CAER Hillfort Project. The formal announcement had been made of the award to the University of a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for the Down’s Syndrome Vision Research Unit. It was noted that that
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UEB, 27 November 2017

Posted on 27 November 2017 by Mairwen Harris

It was noted that the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering had hosted a visit from the Beijing based China University of Mining and Technology. It was noted that Professor Matt Smalley had been appointed as Director of the European Cancer Stem Cell University Research Institute. It was noted that the Cardiff Medicentre had celebrated
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UEB, 20 November 2017

Posted on 20 November 2017 by Mairwen Harris

It was noted that Universities Wales would be publishing a report on the impact of international students in Wales later in the week and that, although there had been a slight decline in non-EU domiciled recruitment in Wales, Cardiff has increased by 13% since 2013/14. It was noted that the Reid Review Panel had visited
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UEB, 6 November 2017

Posted on 6 November 2017 by Mairwen Harris

The success of a £5 million grant awarded to the School of Social Sciences for a Department for Education project on children services was noted. It was noted that Mrs Sadgrove had attended a Living Wage week business breakfast at which the First Minister had spoken positively about the commitment of Welsh universities to the
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UEB, 23 October 2017

Posted on 23 October 2017 by Mairwen Harris

The Welsh Government’s announcement that tuition fees in Wales would be frozen at £9,000 was noted and that full details of the Welsh Government budget would be announced on 24 October. It was noted that in a letter to the Prime Minister about harnessing science and technology for economic benefit across the UK, the Co-Chairs
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UEB, 16 October 2017

Posted on 16 October 2017 by Mairwen Harris

The award of the Nobel Prize for Physics to the creators of the LIGO detector and the contributions of the Gravitational Physics Research Group as a key part of the LIGO team was noted. It was noted that Professor de Leeuw had met with key representatives from KU Leuven and the Head of the Business
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UEB, 9 October 2017

Posted on 9 October 2017 by Mairwen Harris

It was noted that the Welsh Government had published the outline of their 2018/19 budget with an announcement of a £30 million ring-fenced fund, £10 million in each of the next three years, to support the higher education estate and UEB would receive a briefing when more detail was released on 24 October 2017. It
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UEB, 2 October 2017

Posted on 2 October 2017 by Mairwen Harris

It was noted that Professor Baxter and Professor Thomas had been involved in the annual institutional review meeting with MRC representatives. It was noted that the Water University Research Institute had been awarded a NERC DTP. The success of the Cardiff University Cardiff Half Marathon was noted and that Team Cardiff had raised £60K to
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UEB, 25 September 2017

Posted on 25 September 2017 by Mairwen Harris

UEB received the draft The Way Forward KPIs explained document. This document would be posted on the intranet at the same time as the strategy and sub-strategies to show how comments from the consultation had been taken into account and to help explain why the KPIs had been chosen.  A number of changes were suggested
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