Maddie Duffield


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Join us in supporting Trans Day of Visibility

Posted on 29 March 2019 by Maddie Duffield

Tamzin, Student Wellbeing Champion, tells us more about Trans Day of Visibility and how you can show your support for the transgender community. Sunday 31st March is Trans Day of Visibility (TDOV), part of the LGBT+ awareness days – but this year it will be celebrated on Friday March 29th. TDOV is an opportunity to celebrate diversity
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Sustainability Week 2019

Posted on 26 February 2019 by Maddie Duffield

This year sustainability week has the theme of sustainable food. Join us between 4-8 March for events which are free and open to students and staff. Drop-in day, 4 March 11:00 – 14:00 Our opening event will be a drop-in day on Monday 4 March 11:00 – 14:00 in the VJ Gallery. Come along and
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Getting noticed in the Graduate Market

Posted on 15 February 2019 by Maddie Duffield

Getting noticed in a sea of graduates seems like an incredibly daunting task, and with the graduate market getting more and more competitive, you really need to pull out all the stops to get hired! Final year Genetics student, Maddie, talks about her application experience and how she got onto the Vodafone graduate scheme. After
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Things to Do in Cardiff Over the Holidays

Posted on 29 November 2018 by Maddie Duffield

Genetics student, Maddie, shares some things to do in Cardiff over the winter break. Staying in Cardiff over the holidays and looking for something fun to do? There’s a variety of events and activities to suit everyone in Cardiff this Christmas no matter what your interests, but here are our top picks!   1. Visit
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Conquering Culture Shock

Posted on 15 November 2018 by Maddie Duffield

Kristina Bowers, International Student Advisor, explains culture shock and how you can overcome it. As the nights get longer and the days become grey and damp, you may find yourself wishing for the warm sun and familiar faces, missing the comforts of home a little more than you expected… It’s likely that it’s not just
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