Earlier this summer, I got the opportunity to attend the thirtieth annual conference for the Association for Welsh Writing in English (AWWE). The conference was held at Gregynog Hall, a beautiful country mansion near Newtown. I had heard from friends who had visited before about Gregynog’s beauty, but that hadn’t fully prepared me for just […]

Student Life

Sesiynau Astudio gyda Chymorth Cymheiriaid yw PASS. Mae hwn yn ddull o ddysgu cymheiriaid ‎a ddefnyddir yn eang mewn prifysgolion, lle mae myfyrwyr o dan hyfforddiant a ‎goruchwyliaeth myfyrwyr o lefelau blynyddoedd uwch (a elwir yn arweinwyr neu fentoriaid ‎PASS) yn gweithio gyda’r rhaglen Porth i’r Dyniaethau a myfyrwyr blwyddyn gyntaf i’w helpu i ‎atgyfnerthu‘r […]

Gateway

PASS stands for Peer Assisted Study Sessions. It is a peer learning approach widely used in ‎universities, in which trained and supervised students from higher level years (known as PASS ‎leaders or mentors) work with Gateway and first year students to help them consolidate their ‎learning around particular modules, ease their transition into university and […]

Gateway

Ar 24 Ebrill, daeth myfyrwyr ôl-raddedig o amrywiol gampysau a chyfadrannau Prifysgol Cymru Y Drindod Dewi Sant ynghyd ar ddiwrnod glawog yn Abertawe i rannu eu hymchwil cyfredol ar ystod eang o destunau, yn amrywio o brosesau gweithgynhyrchu ar gyfer mewnblaniadau meddygol ac archaeoleg, i ymrwymiad gweithwyr.  Yn sgil yr ystod amrywiol o bynciau a […]

Ancient World

On the 24th of April, postgraduate students from across the various campuses and faculties of University of Wales Trinity St David gathered together on a rainy morning in Swansea to share their current research on a broad range of topics, ranging from manufacturing processes for medical implants and archaeology to employee engagement.  The diverse range […]

Ancient World

This blog post is by our very own Christopher Fleming, a PhD student with the Faculty of Humanities at UWTSD, who earlier this month attended the Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient History.   On 17th March 2018, I was delighted to represent UWTSD at the Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient History (AMPAH) as […]

Ancient World

The Lampeter campus has many societies that students can join during their time at university. This Week’s blog looks at the Performing Arts Society and their performance of the Wyrd Sisters.    I chatted with Will Russell, a student enrolled in the MArts Classical Civilisation (a four-year programme), and the current president of the society, to find […]

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