Art and design are powerful tools to raise awareness and inform observers of societal issues. That’s what Stephen Burridge focused on for his final piece at Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Cardiff Met’s annual celebration of creative work from the secondary and primary sector is currently being exhibited at the University’s Cardiff School of Art and Design.
In just two years, seven Cardiff MCC University players have signed contracts with professional cricket clubs across the UK, having been bowled over with the talent being produced by the club.
Cardiff Met FC are celebrating after becoming the first university to reach the UEFA Europa League, after an exciting play-off final against Bala Town on Sunday, where they won 3-1 with a penalty shoot-out.
Dr Mikel Mellick, a Psychologist from Cardiff Metropolitan University, is working with leaders within national sporting body Sport Wales to upskill staff on management of mental health issues in sport.
Published poet and Cardiff Met Creative Writing lecturer Christina Thatcher has led lively reading, writing and reciting sessions with primary learners at Llanishen Library.
Four Fine Art students from Cardiff Met’s Cardiff School of Art and Design have been selected to create a graffiti-style mural, which will frame one of this year’s competition gardens at this weekend’s prestigious RHS Flower Show Cardiff.
Cardiff Metropolitan University graduate Frances Lukins and her husband Dan have recently smashed their £18k Kickstarter target to open two new coffee bars in unique locations across Cardiff.
Second Year Cardiff School of Art & Design students have developed and designed sustainable packaging for successful Welsh food brand The Parsnipship, which forms part of their coursework and will be seen soon on retailer shelves.
Cardiff Metropolitan University has teamed up with Cardiff school Ysgol Bro Edern to deliver an International project that is focused on teaching adolescents about how to have healthy relationships.
Students at Cardiff Metropolitan University have been lending a hand to a project that aims to raise vital funds for charity Mothers of Africa, coinciding with International Women’s Day this Friday (8th March).
Three Cardiff Metropolitan University students are celebrating after being awarded coveted scholarships from The National Strength and Conditioning Association Foundation (NSCA) in Colorado.
Cardiff Metropolitan University is celebrating after winning a Sanctuary Award for its work to raise awareness of issues faced by asylum seekers and refugees, therefore becoming the first ‘University of Sanctuary’ in Wales.
Cardiff Metropolitan University in partnership with Cardiff Met Students’ Union has launched a #CampusCanines initiative to help students tackle homesickness for their dogs and to promote well-being and community fun.
Winter Olympian Mica Moore has returned to Cardiff Met to study on the University’s recently introduced MSc in Sport Broadcasting and Media.
Fourteen Cardiff Met students and alumni have been called up to represent Wales Women in the upcoming 2018 Autumn Series.
The statistic that clothing waste is the second biggest polluter on the planet after oil, inspired Kayleigh Hilde to create materials from bacteria that are sustainable, degradable and create zero waste.
A Cardiff Met graduate has been impressing industry professionals at a series of high-profile art shows, including the British Art Fair at the world-famous Saatchi Gallery.
To coincide with World Mental Health Day (Wednesday, October 10th.), Cardiff Met is encouraging students to access support from the University’s dedicated Student Services team through a new campaign entitled ‘Just Tell Us’.
Former Cardiff Met students Jack Leach and Rory Burns have been called up to the England Cricket squad ahead of the side’s Test series against Sri Lanka.
Promising youth runner Jake Smith ran a personal best time to secure a highly respectable third placed finish at this weekend’s Cardiff 10K.
A Cardiff Met Senior Lecturer was given the opportunity to exhibit at the inaugural European Art-Science-Technology Network festival.
A Cardiff Metropolitan University graduate has undertaken an ambitious business venture with the goal of developing Wales’ standing as a premiere holiday destination for tourists across the globe.
Two Cardiff Met graduates are celebrating after being recognised for their creative art pieces and being presented with prestigious awards.
A team of four Cardiff Met staff successfully took on the famous ‘Monte Carlo or Bust Rally’ last week to raise money for the University’s Student Hardship Fund. After purchasing a car for under £500, the group joined more than 70 teams to travel across five European cities in three days in aid of charity.
Three researchers at Cardiff Metropolitan University have been selected for the Welsh Crucible 2018, an award-winning personal, professional and leadership programme for academics with a minimum of three years of postdoctoral research experience.
Cardiff School of Art and Design’s Ceramics department (CSAD Ceramics) has announced the launch of its first UK-wide ‘CSAD Ceramics Excellence Award’, devised to highlight the continued benefit of studying ceramics in secondary and further education.
A CARDIFF MET academic will speak today at a prestigious Oxford University event centred around fantasy author J.R.R. Tolkien.
While it is commonly known that heart function is reduced at high altitude, a team from Cardiff Met and the University of British Columbia in Okanagan and Loma Linda University School of Medicine, is a step closer to explaining why this is.
A Cardiff Met lecturer has been selected by the Arts Council of Wales to represent Cymru yn Fenis / Wales in Venice at the 58th International Art Exhibition, the Venice Biennale.
Cardiff Met has shown overwhelming support for its students from the School of Education and Social Policy (CESP) with the launch of a Cardiff Met student anthology.
Cardiff Met’s Summer Show returns this year to showcase the art and design projects of undergraduate students in their final year. The exhibition will include the work of ceramics, graphic communication, product design, fine art, illustration, architectural design technology, maker and textiles students.
Cardiff Met student Charlene McKenzie is calling UK hospitality leaders and students to join forces for a unique debate at the Hospitality and Catering Expo at the Celtic Manor in July, to discuss how they can work together to tackle the pending people crisis facing the industry.
‘Developing Institutional Internationalisation’ was the topic for discussion this week during training for University presidents and staff in Egypt.
ONE of South Wales’ leading entrepreneurs has spoken about the principles that have driven him through his career – and why there will never be a substitute for hard work for achieving business succeed.
First Campus at Cardiff Metropolitan University, The National Saturday Club Trust, and the Institute of Physics have partnered to organise multidisciplinary Masterclass’s for young people aged 14 to 16 years to promote the vital links between art and science.
Cardiff Met faculty member, Professor Brian Morgan, has been appointed to the independent Regulatory Policy Committee (RPC).
A new and innovative European-funded teaching initiative to deal with the problems of teacher retention and learner achievement and engagement among student and trainee teachers, will be evaluated by a team at Cardiff Met.
The Creative Industries Federation is holding a round table discussion in partnership with the state of the art Cardiff School of Art and Design to highlight the challenges and opportunities for the creative industries in Wales. The event, ‘Creative In …
Cardiff Met lecturer Dr Debbie Lamont has been awarded The Henry Dunant Medal for her support after the Grenfell Tower fire.
A group of final year Podiatry students are offering their services at Eden Gate, a drop-in centre and charity for homeless people in Newport city centre, to help tackle the physical problems that arise from homelessness.
To mark LGBT History month in February, Cardiff Metropolitan University implemented a variety of initiatives to promote equality and diversity across the University including; a newsletter from the LGBT+ Staff Network Chair, LGBT+ equality information stands on both campuses, awareness raising through external and internal sources and signposting to LGBT+ support and information services.
Cardiff Met FC last night secured the British University and College Sport (BUCS) league title as they defeated Hartpury College 3-2 in the Men’s Football Championship final played out at the University of Nottingham.
Sport Cardiff invited pupils from Llanedeyrn Primary School to get active at Cardiff Metropolitan University in aid of Sport Relief this week.
A new statistical analysis carried out by Cardiff School of Sport and Heath Sciences in collaboration with Cardiff School of Management has revealed that on average, professional rugby players are more likely than not to sustain a concussion after playing 25 matches in a season.
A pioneering three year international design research project, aimed at improving the lives of people living with dementia and led by a team from Cardiff Met University will be showcased at the Senedd this week.
Cardiff Metropolitan University’s much-anticipated Cardiff School of Technologies was formally launched last week (Tuesday February 27) at an event at the Senedd.
SURREALISTS in Wales and their associates from further afield have teamed up with Cardiff Metropolitan University to organise an exceptional group exhibition on the theme of revolt, ‘Gogoneddus Ych-a-Fi Glorious Disgust’.
Two entrepreneurs from Cardiff Metropolitan University are to receive support from the Welsh Government’s Business Wales Accelerated Growth Programme (AGP) which is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The programme, delivered by the Excelerator Consortia (Winning Pitch and Impact Innovation), provides specialist tailored support for businesses with the ambition to significantly accelerate their growth and fulfil their high growth potential.
Students from two of Cardiff Met’s leading journalism courses will welcome an NUJ (National Union of Journalists) expert to a workshop this week, to benefit from his insight on Media Law.
The First Campus team at Cardiff Metropolitan University are supporting Cardiff West Community High School, Ely, to highlight the need to implement a permanent recycling scheme to tie in with Go Green Week.
Cardiff Metropolitan University has appointed leading technology pioneer Professor Jon Platts as Dean of its much-anticipated Cardiff School of Technologies.
Two Cardiff Metropolitan University faculty members have announced their involvement in an International project that is focused on teaching adolescents about how to have healthy relationships.
A Cardiff Metropolitan University student has become a published author thanks to the support of the staff and University.
Cardiff Met Sport has started the New Year with a bang having secured appearances on national TV for three consecutive days. Cardiff Met Archers Women’s Basketball Club will appear on BBC Sport online live tonight (Friday January 5), with TV crews making their way to Cyncoed Campus on Saturday January 5 and Sunday January 6 to cover Cardiff Met FC and Cardiff Met RFC in action.
Cardiff Metropolitan University has been instrumental in the development of a new anti-cancer agent that has the potential to offer a novel and valuable first-in-class treatment option for cancer.
Research undertaken by the ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre research group at Cardiff Metropolitan University’s School of Health Science has indicated the availability and adequacy of food safety information available to UK cancer patients, is lacking.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has announced the expansion of the Welsh Government’s overseas operations to boost trade and inward investment post-Brexit.
Cardiff’s Director of Performance James Thie, is celebrating after being named by the British Milers Club (BMC) as Coach of the Year in recognition of his outstanding coaching efforts.
Cardiff Metropolitan University has successfully secured funding to support an interdisciplinary collaboration arising from the Welsh Crucible programme that looks at the design and development of an innovative sterilising device for venous access ports (VAPs).
Marketing students from across Cardiff and South Wales will have the opportunity to gain career insight from industry leaders on how to kickstart a career in marketing.
Popular Welsh rugby TV and Radio personality, Phil Steele, visited Cardiff Metropolitan University to give first-year students an informative lecture about working with different populations and detailed his own experiences with mental health.
Cardiff Metropolitan University is celebrating as it has become the first university in Wales to be awarded the Meningitis Aware Recognition Mark (MARM) by the charity, Meningitis Now.
As part of the Welsh Government’s five-year strategy to tackle stroke and its often devastating effects, Cardiff Metropolitan University will be launching Stroke Hub Wales (SHW) – a resource facility that will support and coordinate research, innovation and education programmes across Wales.
Players and staff from Cardiff South Wales MCCU are marking a year of achievements as 2017 begins to draw to a close.
Simon Doherty, founder of award winning Cardiff Brewery Pipes and Sam Holt, who runs EggSeeds, have inspired attendees at Cardiff School of Management (CSM)’s fourth Business Club event to get involved in social minded business and become ‘problem solvers.’
Cardiff Met has officially launched its first ever Sports Coaching Academy in a bid to assist a broad range of individuals from across the Welsh capital boost their coaching skills.
The International Association of Universities (IAU) has awarded Cardiff Met with their highest award after judging the University to be comprehensively internationalised.
Cardiff Metropolitan University has launched a new Graduate Coach Programme to support the development of coaching talent among Cardiff Met students.
Cardiff Met is one game away from the UEFA Europa League after a nail-biting play-off semi-final against Carmarthen Town on Saturday, where they scored 2-1.