Month: April 2015

Vice-Chancellor’s April all-staff email

Posted on 30 April 2015 by Colin Riordan

Dear colleague When I arrived as Vice-Chancellor in 2012 I felt it was important to visit all the academic Schools and Professional Services sections to try to meet as many people as possible, or at least give the opportunity for people to ask questions in groups and for me to say a few words about
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UEB 27 April 2015

Posted on 27 April 2015 by Mairwen Harris

Professor Boyne, PVC Head of College for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, noted that he had led the recent The Way Forward: Making it Happen workshop.  There was good engagement and lots of ideas from a well-attended event mainly comprising of Professional Services staff. He noted one idea that had particularly struck him on the
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UEB 20 April 2015

Posted on 20 April 2015 by Mairwen Harris

UEB received an oral update on the ‘size and shape’ work that Planning has been doing during the year. UEB will received a summary of numbers of students by College and type (UG, PGT, PGR and Home/EU and International) together with student:staff ratios at a later meeting. UEB received a paper from the Director of
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UEB 15 April 2015

Posted on 15 April 2015 by Mairwen Harris

It was noted that that the Vice-Chancellor had, earlier this week, led a UUK delegation to Brussels and had met the Director General for Communication Networks, Content & Technology who had encouraged further applications to be put forward under the ECSEL programme. It was noted that the Welsh Government had published the Health Professional Investment
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A walk around Grangetown community

Posted on 10 April 2015 by Paul Jewell

One of our five Flagship Engagement Projects, the Community Gateway project, recently organised a local group event, a walk around Grangetown, which was then followed by a community meeting. Professor Kevin Morgan, of the School of Planning and Geography and the University’s Dean of Engagement, attended. The walk took place on the 9th April, and
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