The call is now open for researchers at Cardiff University to bid for funding from CUROP – the Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme. Now entering its seventh year, CUROP offers researchers at Cardiff University a budget to pay for an 8-week summer placement for a promising undergraduate to undertake a staff-defined research project. The scheme [...]
Every year the Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (CUROP) offers funding for Researchers at the University to take on an undergraduate student for a summer research placement of up to 8 weeks. Students from across the university then come together in the Autumn Semester to present some of the cutting-edge work they have been involved [...]
Cardiff University’s support for Welsh-medium provision hit a milestone today with the launch of the Cardiff Branch of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol. More than sixty students and staff attended the launch held in the Branch’s new Learning Space which was developed with Coleg funding. Speaking at the event Professor Colin Riordan, Vice-Chancellor of Cardiff University, [...]
The call is now open for researchers at Cardiff University to bid for funding from CUROP – the Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme. Now entering its sixth year, CUROP offers researchers at Cardiff University a budget to pay for an 8-week summer placement for a promising undergraduate to undertake a staff-defined research project. The scheme [...]
During Freshers’ Week, two students helped us promote the launch of the Cardiff University Student Charter. Iain and Gareth had been involved in the creation of the Student Charter through their work as Student Academic Reps and in the Academic council. They handed out ‘Student Charter Cards’ to over 8000 freshers who came into the [...]
Slides from the presentations that were given at the PCUTL event on Wednesday 12th January are now online. Further details for each of the nine presentations are available, and slides can be downloaded.
The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) aims to recognise and celebrate individuals who make an outstanding impact on the student learning experience. The awards of £10000 carry considerable prestige and offer unique developmental opportunities and a national profile.
The Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group is a national, HEA funded project and they’re holding a one day event in Cardiff at the University of Glamorgan’s Atrium building on Adam Street on 24th June.
As we begin to add presentations to the online Conference area (http://bit.ly/teeconf) along with blog posts, discussions and debate, we’ll be providing a digested update in the form of a newsletter that you can sign up to here. This way you can have delivered straight to your inbox an at-a-glance overview of what’s being presented [...]
At last year’s event Technology-Enhanced Education Conference for Cardiff over 100 attendees heard from over 20 presenters giving details of pedagogical practice from a range of contexts. We received a lot of feedback indicating a strong desire to see the conference run again, and this year the conference is to be held on Friday 6th [...]