Student competition worth £20,000

02 November 2012

The search is on to find the next big idea

Lifelong learners awarded

02 November 2012

A special presentation ceremony held to celebrate lifelong learning

Comedy Works on the Thames

02 November 2012

One of Aberystwyth's best loved student events relocated to London last night for a special event arranged by the Development and Alumni Relations office.

Challenging stress

05 November 2012

Free meditation, massage and stress releasing sessions provided for staff and students as the University marks National Stress Awareness Day.

CV building day

05 November 2012

Employers attended a speed CV building day to help Aberystwyth students

Climate change summit

05 November 2012

The University hosts a climate change summit for local school pupils as part of the 10th ESRC Festival of Social Science.

President’s second term

06 November 2012

Sir Emyr Jones Parry has been appointed to serve for a second term as President of Aberystwyth University.

“A Winning Wales”

12 November 2012

Leanne Wood AM, Leader of Plaid Cymru, delivers the Institute of Welsh Politics Annual Lecture on Monday 12 November.

Postgraduate Open Day

12 November 2012

An opportunity to learn more about postgraduate study opportunities and funding at Aberystwyth University on Wednesday 14 November.

Leadership under pressure

13 November 2012

Former head of MI5, Baroness Eliza Manningham-Buller delivers the Centre for Intelligence and International Security Studies Annual Lecture.

TV detective

14 November 2012

Plas Gogerddan transformed into a police station for a major new tv detective series which is being filmed in the Aberystwyth area.

Pig genome

14 November 2012

IBERS scientists contribute to the sequencing of the pig genome which is reported this week in Nature.

Human trafficking election

15 November 2012

Law Professor Ryszard Piotrowicz has been elected to the Council of Europe’s Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings.

Fish follow the leader

16 November 2012

Research at IBERS suggests that shoaling fish follow the leader as it usually knows where to find dinner.

Antiques Roadshow

26 November 2012

George the parrot stars in the second edition of the Antiques Roadshow recorded at the Arts Centre, which is set for broadcast on Sunday 2 December.

The law and cartels

27 November 2012

Study of legal measures taken against international business cartels funded by the Leverhulme Trust at the Department of Law and Criminology.

Dramatic opportunities

29 November 2012

Theatre, Film and Television Studies students have been given the opportunity to be part of an exciting TV drama production which will be shown on S4C.

Creative Skillset Tick

30 November 2012

Film and Television Studies degree programmes awarded industry kitemark standard for quality by creative industries experts.