The Welsh Blood Service is on Singleton Park Campus this week! Visit the Mobile Blood Donor Clinic, parked in the Lower Car Park, or phone/email to make an appointment and help someone today!

Monday 27th February
Tuesday 28th February
Wednesday 1st March
Thursday 2nd March
Friday 3rd March

10.00-12.20 & 13.45-16.00

Please contact us to make an appointment:

Ring: 0800 252266

Or email:

Check your eligibility to donate on our website at

Tuesday February 28th, 2017

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It’s Shrove Tuesday on Tuesday 28th February!

To mark the start of Lent, all outlets at the Bay and Singleton Park Campuses will be selling freshly cooked pancakes with a range of toppings, syrups and sauces.

Come and enjoy Pancake Day with us!





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Another amazing Group Weekender: DUBLIN on 23 March 2017.

Amazing atmosphere: Ireland v Wales World Cup qualifier in Dublin on 24/03.

2 nights B&B; transport by coach & ferry from Uni; Free Travel Insurance; Escorted: £224! Places limited!

The Travel Shop, Fulton House tel: 01792 203235 extn. 4640

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In support of Faith & Culture week; St David’s Day and Fairtrade Fortnight, the Catering team are putting on a collection of special offers to tickle your tastebuds, including:


Medley of bowl food from around the World:

@ the Mall, Singleton Campus
@ the Atrium, Bay Campus

different menus each day – see


Welsh themed food ALL WEEK to celebrate St David’s Day:

@ Fusion, Singleton Campus
@ the Core, Bay Campus

with a special guest appearance from Gwalia Singers, 1pm on 1st March (Refectory) and 1pm on 2nd March (Core)


Fairtrade table 27th Feb – 12th March:

@ Blas, Singleton Campus
@ the Core, Bay Campus

plus free Fairtrade tasting sessions, raffles and more

Monday February 27th, 2017

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Swansea will be hosting their fourth Soapbox Science event on Saturday 8th July 2017. Our soapboxes will be moved inland from the beach to the city centre’s Oxford Street vicinity. The city will be buzzing with shoppers, families, tourists and other city dwellers – we aim to stop them in their tracks with women at the forefront of science and technology from all over Wales and beyond talking about their research! The event’s mission is to raise the profile, and challenge the public’s view, of women in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM).

We are now seeking applications from female researchers, from professor to postgraduate student, in any STEMM subject, to become a speaker at this exciting event. You can apply here (deadline Friday Feb 24th 2017). You can also contact the organising team contacts for more information in person or via email.

If you’d like to see what Soapbox Science looks like in action, have a look at our Soapbox Science Swansea 2015 video!

On behalf of the Soapbox Science Swansea organisers,

Dr Geertje van Keulen

Organising team & College contacts:

College of Engineering: Dr Rachel Wood, Dr Jenny Baker, Dr Karin Ennser, Dr Natalie DeMello

College of Human & Health Sciences: Prof Michelle Lee

College of Science: Kristy Holder, Dr Emilia Urbanek, Prof Siwan Davies, Dr Elaine Crooks, Dr Monika Seisenberger

Swansea University Medical School: Dr Jessica Fletcher, Dr Geertje van Keulen (Lead-organiser)

Senior Management (Research & External Recognition): Senior PVC Prof Hilary Lappin-Scott

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