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Hack your records! 10 simple steps for better records management

Posted on 17 February 2017 by Judith Dray

This post is based on a hand-out produced for staff at Cardiff University and was available during the recent Staff Speak Week. As such, it is primarily aimed at Cardiff University Staff and so contains links to internal guidance and procedures. We hope you find something useful!   By managing your records well, you can benefit from easily
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Inspirational People: 3. Kathleen Freeman – Classicist and Fiction Writer

Posted on 13 December 2016 by Judith Dray

For the third instalment of our “Inspirational People” series, we are looking at the inspirational life of an early Classicist at the University.   Name:   Kathleen Freeman Profession: Lecturer in Greek Date: Appointed 1919 – Resigned 1946 AKA:                    Mary Fitt (1936–60) Stuart Mary Wick (1948; 1950) Clare St. Donat (1950) Caroline Cory (1956)   Kathleen
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Dr Mina Moore: marriage and motherhood at Cardiff University in the 1940s

Posted on 28 November 2016 by Sian Collins

Over the last year or so we’ve been very proud to share stories about the inspiring women who worked and studied at Cardiff University (formerly University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire). The founders of the College in 1883 were adamant that women should be admitted on equal terms to men and educated alongside them
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Inspirational People: 2. Mary “Eppynt” Phillips – The First Female Graduate of the Medical School at Cardiff

Posted on 22 September 2016 by Judith Dray

For the second instalment of our “Inspirational People” series, we are looking back at the first female graduate of the Medical School in Cardiff. In the years following her studies, Mary “Eppynt” Phillips went on to live an undoubtedly inspirational life, making a remarkable contribution to medicine during and after the First World War. In
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