Monthly Archives: April 2005

Reader in Marketing, Dr. Jim Blythe Narrowing the Gap between practice and Academia

Congratulations to Dr. Jim Blythe, reader in marketing and member of the Welsh Unit for Research in Marketing who has been recognised for his years of contribution to marketing theory and knowledge by being appointed as the new editor of … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Chepstow: Road Charging

The legal and financial position of road tolls or road charging is the subject of a Wales Transport Research Centre research project in Chepstow. Funded by Friends of the Earth Cymru, the research is being carried out by Andrew Olden … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Yellow School Buses project funded by First Group

Wales Transport Research Centre/ Canolfan Ymchwil Trafnidiaeth Cymru have recently been awarded a contract by First Student a part of First Group one of the largest international transport companies. It will assess the viability of a Yellow School Bus operation … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Glamorgan researchers win award for outstanding paper of 2005

Glamorgan researchers win award for outstanding paper of 2005 Congratulations to Professor Denis Murphy and Mr Mark Partridge who have been named as winners of the Literati Club Awards for Excellence for the outstanding paper of 2005 for their study … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Successful outcome of completed EPSRC research project for Building Materials in the School of Technology

The IGR (Individual Grant Review) has been received recently from EPSRC on a research project entitled “The development of a low-cost low-energy cement from waste.” The research was in collaboration with Aylesford Newsprint (one of the largest wastepaper recycling companies … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Wales Week and opportunities for the University of Glamorgan

Wales Week is a Brussels based programme of events that is organised annually to promote Welsh best practice and member interests on a European Stage. The programme is based around St David’s Day and has successfully been run by the … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Terror on the Air! A Live Experiment in Old-Time Radio

In 1930-50s America, radio was king. The chief networks broadcast a phenomenal amount of radio drama: there was a strict anti-recording policy so everything was live. Among the most popular genres were horror and suspense dramas – most famously Orson … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Turkey-UNIDO-Glamorgan Hydrogen Links

The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation, UNIDO, invited Professor Dennis Hawkes to a ‘scouting event’ held in Vienna on 25-26th January. The visit was arranged through Wales International, the International Trade Arm of the National Assembly for Wales. In Vienna … Continue reading

Leave a comment