Our Alumni

Phillip Cooke (PhD 2008)

Posted on 19 October 2020 by Rhys Phillips

Phillip Cooke (PhD 2008) studied at the School of Music and is now Head of Music at the Department of Music at the University of Aberdeen. He credits the teaching opportunities he was given as a PhD student in helping with his future career and giving him the necessary experience needed when applying for positions
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A faith response to crisis

Posted on 27 March 2020 by Alumni team

Reverend Delyth Liddell (BTh 2003, MTh 2014) is a Methodist minister, and is the Coordinating Chaplain for Cardiff University’s Chaplaincy. The Chaplaincy provides a place of friendship, hospitality, reflection, prayer, support and dialogue, where students and staff can engage socially and explore faith and spirituality. Each of the chaplains comes from a different faith and religious background.
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Inside St Fagans

Posted on 25 September 2019 by Alumni team

Following St Fagans Museum’s recent success in the 2019 Museum of the Year competition, we asked one of the principal curators about the reason for the success and the Museum’s links with Cardiff University.
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Daniel Swygart

Daniel Swygart (BScEcon 2017)

Posted on 14 February 2019 by Helen Martin

Entrepreneurial spirit is a quality that Cardiff Business School encourages all of its students to cultivate. Daniel Swygart (BScEcon 2017) who studied BScEcon Economics at the School embodies this ethos and describes Cardiff as the place his “business vision and empire all began”.
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Cardiff celebrates Chinese New Year

Posted on 4 February 2019 by Alumni team

As the world prepares to join China in celebrating Spring Festival, nowhere will the dawning of the Year of the Pig (5 February) be more enthusiastically greeted than in Cardiff. 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the unique ties which bind Cardiff and China. In 1989, the Welsh capital was the first city in the
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