The latest news from the Learned Society of Wales

Job opportunity: Network Development Officer

Part time (0.4) for 6 monthsFlexible working hours£20,130 pro rata (£4,026 actual salary over 6 months) Last year, the Learned Society of Wales launched a national, cross-institutional, cross-disciplinary network for Early Career Researchers (ECRs). The network now numbers over 750 members, and we are recruiti... Read More

Society Support for Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference

The Learned Society of Wales is delighted to support the annual three-day Socio-Legal Studies Association conference, which starts on 30th March. The conference, held online, is organised by a team from Cardiff University’s Law School, led by Professor John Harrington. The programme explores issues ranging fro... Read More

Society Welcomes Wales’ Erasmus+ Replacement Scheme

The Learned Society of Wales has welcomed the decision of the Welsh Government to establish Wales’ own version of the Erasmus+ education exchange programme. The £65m plan will run alongside the UK-wide Turing scheme but allow for reciprocal student and staff exchanges between Welsh and international institutions... Read More

Soft Power Can Promote Wales on the World Stage

A vision of Wales as a self-confident, outward-looking nation, drawing upon its distinctive culture, is painted in a new report from the Learned Society of Wales.  Wales and the World: Global Partnerships, Local Benefits argues that Wales must draw upon ... Read More