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03/23/2017 at 12:29. Facebook
With just under two weeks to go until this year's #WelshVarsity, here's a #throwbackthursday of our 1899 tennis club #TeamCardiff
Cardiff University
03/21/2017 at 16:47. Facebook
Cardiff University
03/20/2017 at 12:31. Facebook
#CardiffResearch finds that many new mothers feel watched, evaluated and judged. The study found that today’s mothers can be subjected to increased surveillance compared to the generation before. The mothers in the study described how this intrusive policing of lifestyle choices began in pregnancy and then continued to impact on their everyday lives, particularly through infant...
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Why pay for pain? Extreme and painful adventure challenges can help office workers deal with the impact of a sedentary lifestyle, according to new research.

Focusing on the adventure challenge Tough Mudder, a team of researchers set about trying to understand why people pay for an experience that is deliberately marketed as painful.

Why pay for pain?
We're marking #InternationalWomensDay by celebrating some of our outstanding female members of staff in a #CardiffWomen photo exhibition. These women have made a significant contribution to the University. After a formal launch in April, the exhibition will be on display in various places on campus.
Journalism at Cardiff University is officially ranked amongst the world’s best according to the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject.

Journalism is ranked at 34th and has broken in to the world’s top 50 elite institutions in the Communication and Media Studies subject category for the very first time.

Journalism ranked amongst “world’s elite”
The Dr is back on campus today! #drwho
Our groundbreaking work to improve health and reduce poverty in Namibia has been highlighted in a new exhibition. The Phoenix Project has helped improve the skills of doctors, nurses and midwives. The exhibition runs at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay from 6 to 17 March.
Social media can present lots of opportunities. It can be a great way to showcase your work and to make contacts. The use of social media for recruitment has grown 54% in the past 5 years #Social7 [ Link ]
What might seem anonymous usually isn’t. There are still ways to track accounts and identify people #Social7 [ Link ]
There's no such thing as privacy on the internet. What goes online stays online, and social media posts can go viral in minutes #Social7 [ Link ]
An incredible shot of Main Building at night! We ❤ it!
Don't forget to tag your photos with #cardiffuni for us to share.
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#CardiffResearch discovers human footprints at Port Eynon beach on the Gower peninsular are 7,000 years old.

Discovered in 2014, the ancient footprints of both children and adults were initially thought to date to the Bronze Age.

However, new Radiocarbon dating now places the fragile footprints still further back to the Mesolithic period, a time when humans were predominantly hunting and...
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Rare prehistoric footprints redefined as 7,000 years old
Consider your personal safety. It's not just your friends who can see your social media posts. Crime involving social media is up by 740% in the last 4 years #Social7 [ Link ]
There are consequences online: Inappropriate behaviour on social media can have serious repercussions. Last year, 1,209 people were found guilty of offences under the communications act 2003 #Social7 [ Link ]
Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus pawb! Happy St David's Day all! ❤
Be respectful of others - making negative comments online doesn’t make them any less hurtful than if you'd made them in person #Social7 [ Link ]
Our School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies is to move to a state-of-the-art building in Cardiff’s Central Square Development, situated alongside national broadcaster BBC Wales.

The move to No. 2 Central Square will create an industry-academic interface, putting the School at the heart of a vibrant media environment in Cardiff city centre.

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Get the tone right. Something that seems funny at the time could cause problems for you down the line. Potential employers will look at your social media accounts #Social7 [ Link ]
Congratulations to graduate Joanna Natasegara who has won an Oscar for a Netflix documentary about the Syrian war. The White Helmets is about a group of volunteer rescue workers that risk their lives to help civilians in Syria’s civil war.

Joanna graduated with a BA in Religious and Theological Studies in 2003. Congratulations to Joanna!

Oscar for Cardiff graduate