Tony Woodcock

Tony Woodcock (BA Music, 1974)

Posted on 11 July 2018 by Helen Martin

Tony Woodcock (BA Music 1974) is the founder and president of Scolopax Arts, a leading consultancy firm for higher education and the performing arts. He is the former President of the New England Conservatory in Boston, USA. As a veteran fundraiser, negotiator and institutional reformer, he has made dynamism and fresh ideas the foundation of
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Lucy Jenkins

Lucy Jenkins (BA 2014, MA 2015)

Posted on 10 July 2018 by Helen Martin

“Vibrant, inspiring, rigorous, passionate and home” are the five words Lucy Jenkins (BA 2014, MA 2015) used to describe Cardiff University. After graduating from the School of Modern Languages in 2015 she returned two years later as National Coordinator of the Modern Foreign Languages Student Mentoring Project.
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Rowena Sefton

Rowena Sefton (BA 2015)

Posted on 10 July 2018 by Helen Martin

Rowena Sefton (BA, 2015) credits the School of Modern Languages with teaching her how to manage her workload and achieve a healthy work life balance; two essentials for life as a Modern Foreign Language teacher.
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“The city will come alive with graduation buzz”

Posted on 29 June 2018 by Alex Norton

Over the past 135 years Cardiff has awarded degrees to hundreds of thousands of graduates. The rituals of Graduation Week have changed just a little since 1883, but in mid-July – as in so many summers past – the people of Wales’ capital will again stop to welcome a colourful influx of graduands, academics, friends, and family.
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What is an eisteddfod?

Posted on 29 June 2018 by Jonathan Barnes

An eisteddfod is a festival of literature, music and performance which celebrates the language and culture of Wales – and often a competitive event, with choirs, poets, singers, musicians and dancers performing in pursuit of prizes.
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Celebrating you

Posted on 28 June 2018 by Jonathan Barnes

“In life, we can be selfish in many ways,” writes entrepreneur Lyndon Wood. “We try not to be selfish by giving.” Lyndon’s message set the tone for Cardiff Day, a highlight of the University calendar where Cardiff donors, fundraisers and volunteers are invited to receive a heart-felt thank you and hear about the impact of their contributions. 
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