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The University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s (UWTSD) Visiting Professor Jessica Leigh Jones is one of 16 entrepreneurs, senior scientists and business leaders awarded a place on the Royal Society’s Entrepreneur in Residence scheme for 2021.
A unique body of work created by renowned artist Professor Sue Williams during lockdown has been purchased by the National Library of Wales.
Zoe Cooke, a PhD Psychology & Counselling student at UWTSD is working with Tenovus Cancer Care to develop a toolkit to evaluate cancer support services more effectively.
It will enable the charity to maximise the value of each service in addition to understanding specific needs following the COVID pandemic.
The study is part of Zoe’s PhD and will be used by Tenovus and other cancer support organisations in the future.
An award-winning poet who teaches on the University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s (UWTSD’s) creative writing programmes and is herself an MA graduate of the university has released her latest poetry collection.
UWTSD BA Musical Theatre student Ella Young performs on ITV The Voice.
The Coleg Cymraeg has appointed three new ambassadors from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David for 2021 to make some noise and encourage more prospective students to take an interest in Welsh-medium higher education.
A blue plaque honouring Swansea woman Jessie Donaldson who bravely fought slavery in America around 170 years ago is to be put up outside UWTSD’s Dynevor building to celebrate the actions of the campaigner.
Pamela Petro speaks about her time at UWTSD and her career since then.