Professor David N. Thomas FLSW, The Professor of Arctic Ecosystems Research at the University of Helsinki, has been awarded the Polar Medal by HM The Queen. The award was announced in The London Gaze... Read More
Archive for January, 2022
Lecture – Rugby and National Identity in Wales: A History
A lecture by Professor Martin Johnes
Wednesday 2 March 2022, 6pm.
All welcome. A hybrid event at the University's Lampeter camp... Read More
ECR Network at Sustainable Agriculture Conference
Members of the Learned Society of Wales' Early Career Research Network will be running a session on 'Building your Network as an Early Career Researcher' at February's Sustainable Agriculture for the 21st Century conference, ... Read More
Climate Sustainability in the Academic System – The Why and the How
The disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have drastically pushed us to re-think our working modes and practices, leaving almost no domain unchanged. At the same time, the latest IPCC report leaves no room for doubt about the urgent need to take action again... Read More
Wales and the World: Cynefin, Colonialism and Global Interconnections
This conference will situate the history of Wales within global and colonial contexts.
The conference invites proposals for papers that engage with current issues and debates in historiography and public policy alike.
On one hand, the conference aims... Read More
Rising Talent Programme for Women in Science
The L’Oréal-UNESCO UK and Ireland For Women in Science Rising Talent Programme offers awards to promote, enhance and encourage the contribution of women pursuing their research careers in the UK or Ireland.
Since 2007, each year five women post-doctoral r... Read More
New Year’s Honours for Three Fellows
Three of our Fellows were recently recognised in the New Year’s Honours List:
Professor Julie Lydon former Vice-Chancellor, University South Wales, received a damehood for services to higher education.