Why not make the most of the beautiful weather and join our Ride Leaders this Friday (1st March) on their guided cycle rides? Riders will set off at 12:30 from both Singleton Park and Bay Campus, making their way to the Environment Centre Café on Pier Street, where they’ll enjoy a nice cup of FairTrade tea or coffee to mark FairTrade Fortnight.
Riders will meet at the Santander Bike Stations at both Singleton Park (to the side of Fulton House) and Bay Campus (outside the School of Management) and head off for a well-deserved lunch break in the fresh air.
Everyone is welcome – staff, students and the community, regardless of your cycling ability – so spread the word and get involved. All you need to do is sign up to the bike ride over on the letsride.co.uk website. Click here to register for the bike ride from Singleton, and here to sign up to the bike ride from the Bay Campus.
If you haven’t got your own bike, it’s not a problem. You can use one of our popular Santander Cycles by registering here and picking a cycle up from one of our five convenient locations, which include both Singleton Park and Bay Campuses.
We hope to see you this Friday, 1st March!
Student Partnership and Engagement Manager Wednesday February 27th, 2019
The Great Hall, Bay Campus
Wednesday 20 March 6.30pm
The University’s music scholars and friends present an eclectic programme of instrumental and vocal solos, duos and chamber music.
Our scholarship programme aims to encourage and nurture musical talent among our students, and our annual Chancellor’s Concert showcases their skills as singers and instrumentalists.
Duration: 70 minutes, no interval.
Ticket prices – £10, Concessions – £8, Students and Schools – £5
Contact the box office – 01792 604900/604999
Student Communications Coordinator Tuesday February 26th, 2019
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The James Bartley Prize in English Reading is awarded by the Senate of the University to the student who attains the highest standard in English reading in a competition open to all students in the University. The competition will be held on the above date. Competitors will be required to read a passage selected by the adjudicating panel. (more…)
We successfully had 373 donors attended over the 5 days with 327 donations made, we had an amazing 134 new donors and 37 people signed up to the bone marrow register.
Thank you once again for all your support!
Student Communications Officer Monday February 25th, 2019
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The National Waterfront Museum are putting together an exhibition on Innovation in Wales which will run from mid-October 2019 to March 2020. Given the quality and scale of Research & Innovation being undertaken at Swansea University, they have offered us a fantastic opportunity to showcase some of the innovations coming from some of our current research projects.
Last year the National Waterfront Museum had over 280,000 visitors. For the period of this exhibition, they would expect around 100,000 people to see the exhibition. The museum will pay for the exhibition panels, and any objects provided will be displayed securely. They are also open to the possibility of putting on seminars where you could present your Innovation (s) to the general public.
Places are limited – for the opportunity to contribute, they are initially asking for:
Please respond directly to Ian Smith via: Ian.email@example.com
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