Exhibition at Senedd tells refugees’ stories

02 March 2023

An exhibition showcasing the stories of refugees in Wales from the past and present has gone on display at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay.

Aberystwyth academic developing app for Spanish learners

06 March 2023

An entrepreneurial Aberystwyth academic has been granted funding and mentoring support to develop a new app for Spanish language learning.

New Welsh history scholarship launched

07 March 2023

The Department of History and Welsh History has launched a new postgraduate scholarship, thanks to a generous gift from an Aberystwyth University alumnus.

Aberystwyth Geographer elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

07 March 2023

A leading geographer at Aberystwyth University has been elected as Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

Pioneering parasitologist Gwendolen Rees honoured on International Women’s Day

08 March 2023

On International Women’s Day 2023 (Wednesday 8 March), Aberystwyth University has announced it is renaming one of its flagship academic buildings in honour of the first Welsh woman to be elected a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS).

Climate Change Minister officially opens University’s green electricity solar development

09 March 2023

A solar array producing at least a quarter of the electricity required by Aberystwyth University’s Penglais Campus has been officially opened today (Thursday 9 March 2023) by the Welsh Government Minister for Climate Change, Julie James MS.

Alpaca grazing could help tackle climate change – research

15 March 2023

Scientists at Aberystwyth University are researching whether grazing alpacas alongside other animals could help farmers tackle climate change.

People with personality disorders are more likely to sign up for psychology studies – here’s why that’s a problem

15 March 2023

In an article on The Conversation, Head of Psychology Professor Nigel Holt discusses how psychological studies might be affected by the fact that people who sign up for them are more likely to have a personality disorder.

Wales Broadcast Archive: UK’s first national archive shows importance of preserving our audiovisual history

20 March 2023

Professor Jamie Medhurst from the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies writes for The Conversation  about the launch of the Wales Broadcast Archive and how it raises important questions about access to our collective audiovisual history.