Aber retains HR Excellence in Research Award
Aberystwyth University has been recognised for its long term commitment to the career development of researchers.
Rare-breed sheep research at Pwllpeiran
Researchers from Aberystwyth University have recently visited the isles of St Kilda in the Outer Hebrides as part of their new study on the feeding habits of an ancient rare breed of wild sheep.
Tributes paid to former Vice-Chancellor
Tributes have been paid to Professor Noel Lloyd, a former Vice-Chancellor of Aberystwyth University who has died aged 72.
New website launched for Welsh literary magazine
A new website has been launched for Aberystwyth University’s Department of Welsh and Celtic Studies’ student-led literary magazine.
Aber tops satisfaction tables in Guardian University Guide
Aberystwyth University has some of the most satisfied students in the UK according the latest Guardian university league table.
Lights, camera, action: New film summer school launched
Aspiring young film makers will have an opportunity to work with an experienced Hollywood film producer this summer as Aberystwyth University launches a new week-long residential film school.
Aberystwyth University announces Honorary Fellows for 2019
A leading global figure in the campaign to eradicate polio, a former First Minister of Wales and a retired peripatetic music teacher are amongst those who will be honoured during this year’s degree ceremonies at Aberystwyth University.
Aberystwyth University at the Urdd Eisteddfod
As thousands of young people from across Wales compete at the 2019 Cardiff and the Vale Urdd Eisteddfod this week, Aberystwyth University is there to support Wales’ largest youth festival.
Developer appointed for Pantycelyn renovation
Aberystwyth University has appointed construction company Morgan Sindall to refurbish its historic Welsh-medium hall of residence, Neuadd Pantycelyn.
Aberystwyth University at the Hay Festival
A series of lectures focusing on some of the global challenges being addressed at Aberystwyth University will feature at this year’s Hay Festival.
Old sketches, maps and gothic effigies unlock secrets of John Keats’s famous poem ‘La Belle Dame Sans Merci’
New work by Aberystwyth University researchers suggests that two hand-holding gothic effigies in Chichester Cathedral made famous by Philip Larkin’s poem ‘An Arundel Tomb’ also inspired John Keats’s 200-year-old meditation on doomed love, ‘La Belle Dame Sans Merci’.
Leading lawyer to head longest-established law department in Wales
Aberystwyth University has announced the appointment of leading Welsh lawyer Emyr Lewis as Head of its Department of Law & Criminology.
Ben Lake on Brexit from the backbenches
Wales’s youngest MP Ben Lake will talk about Brexit and the role of the Westminster backbencher in a public lecture at Aberystwyth University on 16 May 2019.
Wales’s past was in coal but its future is in carbon farming
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Iain Donnison and Dr Judith Thornton both from the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS) Aberystwyth University ask why Wales can only achieve a 95% reduction in carbon emissions by 2050, when England is set to achieve 100% and Scotland can reach net zero by 2045.
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