Live orchestral music on your doorstep
Aberystwyth's symphony orchestra Philomusica is preparing to entertain audiences with a spectacular performance in the Great Hall at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on Saturday 8 December.
‘I fyny bo’r nod: personal, civic and spiritual ambition in late-Victorian Wales’
Ambition, a concept that became an “obsession” in Wales and the topic of innumerable eisteddfod compositions, sermons and essays during the final decades of the nineteenth century, will be the focus for a Learned Society of Wales public lecture at Aberystwyth University on Tuesday 20 November 2018.
Citizenship in the age of Brexit
As the political debate surrounding the UK’s exit from the European Union rages on, the Centre for Welsh Politics and Society Annual Public Lecture (6.30pm, Friday 23 November) will discuss citizenship in the age of Brexit.
Aber PhD graduate wins Anglo-Thai Society Award
A PhD graduate from the Department of International Politics has been presented with an award by the Anglo-Thai Society.
Ice temperatures warmer than expected on world’s highest glacier
Ice temperatures inside the world’s highest glacier on the slopes of Mount Everest are warmer than expected, according to new research by glaciologists from Aberystwyth, Kathmandu, Leeds and Sheffield universities.
Construction progress celebrated at steel signing ceremony
The latest stage of construction at the Aberystwyth Innovation and Enterprise Campus has been marked with a special ceremony.
CAA Cymru launches a series of children’s books
Three well-known authors, all of whom are graduates of Aberystwyth University, have contributed to a series of new and original novels for children aged 7-11 years old.
Legendary feminist writer to deliver prestigious Kenneth N Waltz Annual Lecture on gender in war
Professor Cynthia Enloe, who pioneered the study of gender in war, militarism, political economy and international politcs, will deliver the 2018 Kenneth N. Waltz Annual Lecture.
How humour can change your relationship
Writing in The Conversation, Lecturer in Psychology Dr Gil Greengross, discusses the role that humour plays in relationships.
Computer Science achieves Athena SWAN award
The Department of Computer Science is the first academic department at Aberystwyth University to be awarded an Athena SWAN Award.
Entrepreneurial students invited to bid for £10,000 prize
The 2019 edition of Aberystwyth University’s enterprise competition has been launched, with a £10,000 prize on offer to the winning entry.
Poor housing stock in UK is creating a winter health crisis
Writing in The Conversation, Dr Judith Thornton, Low Carbon Manager at the BEACON Project at Aberystwyth University, discusses how excess winter deaths could be tackled by improving housing.
Dot and Billy: how love letters document the stories of lives torn apart by World War 1
Writing in The Conversation, Dr Sian Nicholas from the Department of History and Welsh History discusses how love letters document the stories of lives torn apart in World War 1
Women candidates break records in the 2018 US mid-term elections
Writing in the Conversation, Dr Jenny Mathers from the Department of International Politics takes a look at the 2018 mid-term elections which saw records broken for the number of female candidates standing in US elections.
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