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Languages in schools mentoring scheme honoured
Spotlight on Wales as Man Engine rises again
New book explores lost traditions of medieval crafts
‘Out of the Shadows’ Conference
Dylan Thomas in China and the USA
Dr Jasmine Donahaye becomes Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales
College of Arts and Humanities student presents literature piece at prestigious conference
Swansea University Public Relations Courses Receive CIPR Recognition
New book sheds light on linguistic quirks
Academics to discuss the effectiveness of unmanned aerial vehicles and drones at international workshop
New project explores 'Unconventional Veterans'
2016 International Dylan Thomas Prize opens for entries
Renaissance expert and BBC Wolf Hall adviser to lead new heritage MA
D.J. Britton's drama asks the question 'Can the world trust the free market with its food supply?'
Swansea poet to capture Gower coast as part of National Trust celebration
Dr Tom Cheesman on Translations and Visualizations
Winners of 2015 Research as Art competition announced
Public Lecture - 'Earth Deep’s History: How It Was Discovered and Why It Matters'
Researchers and public explore what it means to be human
Workshop: ‘The Use of Foreign Language Skills in Social Science Research’
Welsh premier: 'My Friend the Enemy' (2014, dir. Wanda Koscia)
Public lecture ' -The Day the BAAS Came to Swansea: 1848 and All That'
Swansea research breaks into UK top 30 – Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014
Public reading and book signing by Constance Squires - 17 March.
Medieval Women and their visions: Swansea expert to give free public lecture on “Women’s Visions: Visionary Women"
Peter Wawerzinek, 'Ichdylanich': Bilingual Literary Performance
Historic sites in Syria damaged and looted in the war, warns Swansea expert
Report into challenges facing deaf and hard of hearing audiences in Wales published
Welsh actor stars in New York celebration of Dylan Thomas’s life
Swansea University and University of the Philippines Diliman staff present papers at conferences in the Philippines and Malaysia
GDPO Director on expert review panel for report on 'Taking Control: Pathways to Drug Policies that Work'
‘Ministering to Education’
Connected Communities newsletter
A History of Wales in 100 Pictures
Jack to a King: university’s role in new Swansea City film
Talking Drovers. Oral History Project ends first phase
2014 shortlist announced for International Dylan Thomas Prize
Swansea shortlisted for University of the Year in Times Higher awards
Shortlist to be announced for International Dylan Thomas Prize 2014
KYKNOS Conference 2015
Disability History Festival: Work, Sport and Play: A series of free public talks
Ospreys Rugby Postgraduate Scholarship: Marketing and Communication
Arts and Humanities in the top 400 in the World
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