The latest news from the Learned Society of Wales

Vacancy – Fellowship and Engagement Officer

FELLOWSHIP & ENGAGEMENT OFFICER Salary: £25,298 - £29,301 35 hours per week, 2 year fixed term contract Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the post of Fellowship and Engagement Officer. The person appointed will be an employee of the Learned Society of Wales (LSW) and will be b... Read More

Welsh Crucible seeks future research leaders in Wales

“Game-changing” Welsh Crucible programme opens latest round of recruitment for exceptional researchers across Wales  Welsh Crucible is urging exceptional researchers from across Wales to apply for this year’s award-winning programme. Now in its sixth year, the programme will offer early- and mid-career res... Read More

NAASWCH 2016 – event report

The 2016 biennial NAASWCH (North American Association for the Study of Welsh Culture and History) conference took place at Harvard University from July 20 - 22, 2016. The conference was hosted by the Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University and organised by NAASWCH secretary Melinda Gray ... Read More

Launch of the LSW Hugh Owen Medal

A NEW MEDAL named in honour of Sir Hugh Owen (1804-1881) the Welsh educator, philanthropist and pioneer of higher education in Wales has been launched by the Learned Society of Wales (LSW). As part of its mission to help recognize and celebrate Welsh scholarship, the LSW has established an annual prestigious medal ... Read More

Hamlyn Lecture – event report

Cardiff Law School in conjunction with The Learned Society of Wales, hosted the first of the 2016 three Hamlyn Lectures delivered by The Rt. Hon. Dame Sian Elias, GNZM, Chief Justice of New Zealand on Tues  8th November. The lecture was chaired by The Rt Hon The Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Chief Justice of Engla... Read More