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Father and daughter Social care research in Wales

17/04/2013

Funding boost for research and practice in children’s social care

World-leading Masters in Education module launched World-leading Masters in Education module launched

10/01/2013

Education Minister welcomes first cohort of teachers to flagship Masters programme

Trouble at work Trouble at work

26/07/2012

Public sector workers besieged on all sides, new Cardiff book shows

crowd New Pathway to Social Science

21/06/2012

Lifelong Learning opens new route for mature students

Social sciences honoured Social sciences honoured

13/04/2012

Social scientists conferred award of Academician by The Academy of Social Sciences

Young people have their say Young people have their say

05/04/2012

One day conference on sex and sexualisation

Corrupt UK? Corrupt UK?

12/03/2012

Assessing the ethical health of the nation

Faith across the generations Faith across the generations

14/02/2012

Muslims pass faith to children at higher rates, study finds

Anticipating public disorder Anticipating public disorder

22/12/2011

Current police practices vulnerable

Honouring Welsh Asian women Honouring Welsh Asian women

11/11/2011

Professor pioneers new awards recognising Asian women’s contribution

Shortlisted for inequality work Shortlisted for inequality work

04/11/2011

Professor Teresa Rees nominated for new award for work on gender and inequality

Half of British workforce ill-treated Half of British workforce ill-treated

02/11/2011

Cardiff research reveals violence and intimidation at work

A leader in social sciences A leader in social sciences

26/10/2011

Four Cardiff academics receive highest honour in the field

Depression Understanding mid-life suicide

19/10/2011

New book explores what makes the middle aged vulnerable

Evaluating the Foundation Phase Evaluating the Foundation Phase

22/09/2011

WISERD wins £1M to evaluate “one of the most important educational policies since devolution in Wales

police Corrupt and confused?

25/08/2011

UPSI director analyses police response to hacking and riots

Researching global inequality Researching global inequality

18/08/2011

Social Sciences postgraduate supported by Santander Universities

Symposium Chinese experts debate science governance at Cardiff

28/07/2011

Influential symposium organised by Cesagen

Professor Martin Innes Phone hacking and the police

19/07/2011

UPSI director warns of future turbulence in policing

Professor Howard Jones Pioneering Caribbean criminologist inspires bursary

14/07/2011

Offer to Caribbean and Guyanese students in memory of late Professor Howard Jones

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