A new standard in student support

02 March 2009

Aberystwyth unveils innovative new training programme to help staff give students an even better service.

Environmental benefits of low input farming

04 March 2009

IBERS awarded €226,000 as part of a €3m European project to measure the environmental benefits that derive from farms in Less Favoured Areas.

New Director of Information Services

23 March 2009

Ms Rebecca Davies, currently Head of the Welsh Assembly Government Library & Public Enquiry Service, has been appointed the new Director of Information Services.

Literary award shortlist

02 March 2009

Dr Sarah Prescott, a senior lecturer at the Department of English, has been named as one of an all-women shortlist of Welsh writers chosen to compete for one of Wales's top literary prizes.

Welsh mooting champions

27 March 2009

Aberystwyth law students Laura-Pauline Adcock (Lead Counsel) and Eric Lee (Junior Counsel) are the winners of the inaugural Welsh National Mooting Competition.

Top Welsh universities to collaborate

01 March 2009

Aberystwyth joins forces with Bangor, Cardiff, Glamorgan and Swansea Universities to drive forward the knowledge economy in Wales.

Upgrade for landmark building

01 March 2009

The iconic Physical Sciences building, which featured on a 3p postage stamp in 1971, is currently undergoing a £1.2m upgrade.

Welsh National Mooting Competition

20 March 2009

Counsel General, Carwyn Jones AM, will preside over grand final of the Welsh National Mooting Competition which is taking place at Aberystwyth on Wednesday 25 March.

US Embassy visit

09 March 2009

Mr James McDonald, Welsh Affairs Officer at the US Embassy in London, met with senior staff at IBERS during a short visit to Aberystwyth.

Welsh seals provide window to our past

18 March 2009

A study of Welsh medieval seals, awarded £490,000 by the AHRC, is being led by Professor Phillipp Schofield from the Department of History and Welsh History.

Football stand

30 March 2009

The new spectator stand at the Vicarage Playing fields was formally opened on Sunday 29 March by Anne and Trefor Thomas in memory of their son, Gareth Llywelyn Thomas.