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Caitlin Jenkins

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Alumni Spotlight: William Tregaskes

Alumni Spotlight: William Tregaskes

Posted on 5 June 2020 by Caitlin Jenkins

This month's addition to our Alumni Spotlight series is William Tregaskes, who was kind enough to answer some questions about his experiences since graduating from Cardiff. What course did you […]

Group Projects: Teamwork makes the dream work

Group Projects: Teamwork makes the dream work

Posted on 23 March 2020 by Caitlin Jenkins

Some objects that arrive at the university lab are too large or complex for a single person to work on, so their responsibility is given to a 'project manager', usually […]

World Book Day 2020: Conservation fiction

World Book Day 2020: Conservation fiction

Posted on 5 March 2020 by Caitlin Jenkins

Today is World Book Day, a worldwide celebration of the joys of books and reading! The theme for 2020 is ‘share a million stories’. I haven’t got quite that many […]

Alumni Spotlight: Stephanie Whitehead

Alumni Spotlight: Stephanie Whitehead

Posted on 19 February 2020 by Caitlin Jenkins

Our 'Alumni Spotlight' series is back by popular demand! First to be interviewed is former conservation student (and department blog co-manager!) Stephanie Whitehead. What course did you study at Cardiff […]

P.S. We love you

P.S. We love you

Posted on 14 February 2020 by Caitlin Jenkins

Cardiff students work with a wide variety of objects at the university lab, on placements or other volunteering opportunities. It's difficult to pick a favourite object - like choosing a […]

Tubey or not tubey, that is the question…

Tubey or not tubey, that is the question…

Posted on 5 February 2020 by Caitlin Jenkins

‘There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.’ (Hamlet, Act 2 Scene 2) Every object has its own story to tell. Some stories are happy, some […]

Pathways to Conservation

Pathways to Conservation

Posted on 29 October 2019 by Caitlin Jenkins

It’s a rumour that we all found our calling as conservators from an early age, fuelled by a desire to disobey those DO NOT TOUCH signs in museums. At Cardiff […]

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