October 2009 News Archive

The Future of Wales’ Marine Environment

October 1, 2009

The Royal Geographical Society will hold an open public lecture at the University of Glamorgan on Wednesday 14th October.

Tagged: hesas

Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme Success for Glamorgan Business School

October 2, 2009

The Glamorgan Business School has successfully been awarded two scholarships for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme.

Tagged: business postgraduate

Glamorgan Technology and Innovation Showcase

October 8, 2009

An event aimed at encouraging collaboration between higher education and business will be held at Cardiff City Stadium next week.

Tagged: fat research

Double sponsorship boost for Lighting & Live Event Technology

October 13, 2009

The University of Glamorgan’s Faculty of Advanced Technology has recently secured significant sponsorship packages from leading European manufacturer Philips Electronics N.V. and German lighting and illumination specialists BEGA.

Tagged: fat

New designers’ work on show

October 15, 2009

The work of some of Wales’ best up-and-coming young designers is on show this month at the new Radisson Blue hotel in the capital.

Tagged: cci

Scholarship awarded to local student

October 19, 2009

Eighteen year old University of Glamorgan student Jenny Wood has been awarded £500 as the winner of the Complete Background Screening University Scholarship Award.

Tagged: corporate

Primary Pupils Enjoy Science Workshop

October 23, 2009

Dark Sky Wales (DSW) of the University of Glamorgan’s department of Professional Education & Service Delivery in conjunction with construction firm COSTAIN have this week delivered a series of rocket workshops in primary schools located along the Church Village bypass construction area.

Tagged: community

Professor in line for Top Poetry Prize

October 23, 2009

A collection of poetry written by Professor Philip Gross, of the University of Glamorgan’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences has been shortlisted for the UK’s most prestigious poetry award, the T. S. Eliot Prize.

Tagged: hass

Cyber Crime Results Revealed

October 26, 2009

UK first survey revealed at Summit shows shocking state of e-Crime problem- and it’s all of our jobs to fight it.

Tagged: fat research

£34 million to improve skills

October 27, 2009

More than £34 million will be invested in a work-based learning programme, led by the University of Glamorgan, to help almost 8,000 people across West Wales and the Valleys improve their skills while remaining in their jobs, Education Minister Jane Hutt announced today [Tuesday 27 October 2009].

Tagged: corporate

A Night at the Grand-Guignol

October 28, 2009

Drama students from the University of Glamorgan’s Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries, along with Professor Richard Hand, are bringing horror to the stage after being commissioned to perform at ‘Abertior’, Wales’ only festival of horror, (4th – 8th November).

Tagged: cci

Wales’ First Skillset Media Academy Launched

October 29, 2009

A collaboration comprising of four universities, has become Wales’ first Media Academy to be accredited by Skillset, the sector skills council for the audio-visual industries in the UK.

Tagged: cci