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Aber 10k race run in memory of Professor Mike Foley

Pictured (left to right) are team members Huw Lewis, Elin Royles, Patrick Finney, Neil Glasser and Milja Kurki.

A team from the Department of International Politics will be running the Aberystwyth 10K race on Sunday 11 December 2016 in memory of former head of Department Professor Mike Foley who died in August 2016.

English and Creative Writing student launches Welsh novel

Sarah Reynolds

English and Creative Writing student Sarah Reynolds who has learned Welsh fluently, has published a humorous novel about a group of learners.

Grasping the concept of colour

Dr Catherine O'Hanlon

Research by Aberystwyth and Newcastle Universities reveals that children developing colour concepts have ‘blindness to background’ as they struggle to identify colour existing independently of objects.

University’s pledge to Welsh medium students

Left to right: Hopcyn Matthews, President of student society Y Geltaidd, Elin Sirio Edwards, UMCA Second Language Officer, Dr Elin Royles, Aberystwyth University, Rhun Dafydd, President of UMCA and Professor Andrew Evans from Aberystwyth University at the launch of the new Welsh Medium Academic Plan.

Aberystwyth University has launched a new strategy and vision for its Welsh medium provision, the most comprehensive strategy of its kind to be drawn up by any university in Wales.

Aberystwyth students victorious in Mauritius national anti-corruption debate

Left to right: Dr Natalie Roberts Quality Assurance and Enhancement Manager at Aberystwyth University (AU) Mauritius Branch Campus, Dr David Poyton, Dean of AU Mauritius Branch Campus, with the victorious students Khalil Beebeejaun and Dooshan Paddia, and Professor Ved Prukash Torul, Lecturer in Law at AU Mauritius Branch Campus

Students from Aberystwyth University’s Mauritius Branch Campus have been declared the winners of a debating competition organised by the Mauritius Independent Commission Against Corruption.

Computers from Aberystwyth find new life in a Nigerian college

L to R: Aberystwyth University PhD students Expo Otu and Edore Akpokodje, David Lowe, Commercial Manager at Cambrian Printers, and Professor Chris Price, from the Department of Computer Science at Aberystwyth University.

Reconditioned computers from the Department of Computer Science are being installed in a new computer laboratory at the Federal College of Animal Health and Production Technology in Nigeria.

New centre established to study Welsh politics and society

Marking the establishment of the new Centre for Welsh Politics and Society are (L to R) Dr Taulat Guma, Dr Lucy Taylor, Professor Michael Woods, Dr Elin Royles and Dr Rhodri Llwyd Morgan, Pro Vice-Chancellor at Aberystwyth University

The Centre for Welsh Politics and Society incorporates the established Institute of Welsh Politics and will form the Aberystwyth arm of the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods.