Flying the flag for equality
To mark LGBT History Month the University is hosting a number of special events and is flying the rainbow flag above Main Building.
You said, we did
What’s been happening as a result of the 2011 Staff Survey?
Town Hall meetings
The Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Enterprise, together with the Research Deans will be hosting two Town Hall meetings in January 2013.
Goodbye to... Professor Terry Threadgold
Professor Terry Threadgold, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Staff and Diversity and acting Head of the School of History, Archaeology and Religion retires at the end of the year. Here, she reflects on the best bits of her career and tells us what she’ll miss most about Cardiff.
Information Security Framework Programme
The Information Security Framework Programme will improve the security of data held by the University. Find out more about the Programme and what it means for you.
News in brief
Arts and Humanities Research Council success for Cardiff PhD students
News in brief
A roundup of some of the news from across the University, including staff fundraising activities for Children in Need.
Adam Curtis, Societies Officer in the Students’ Union reflects on the annual Cardiff RAG Week which sees students take part in some tough and imaginative challenges – all in the name of charity.
A new scheme has been launched to offer staff the opportunity to show their support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender colleagues. Karen Cooke, Chair of Enfys the University’s LGBT+ staff network tells us more.
Hello and Goodbye
Louise Casella says goodbye to Cardiff after spending 25 years at the University and we say hello to Richard Sambrook who’s recently joined the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.
Chief Operating Officer Hugh Jones introduces Connections – the University’s new internal social network.
Cardiff prides itself in being the only academic centre for optometry in Wales. Helen Morris, Practice Manager of Cardiff University Optometrists tells Blas how staff and their family and friends can get free eye tests whilst supporting current students in their training.
Get involved in the Cardiff People Programme
Following the launch of e-Recruitment the Cardiff People Programme Team have been concentrating their efforts on the next stage of the project plan – the implementation of online HR and Payroll systems that will change the way we work here at Cardiff. Caroline Mackenzie, Programme Manager tells us about the next steps.