News: March 2019

FFIT Cymru returns for second series – and Mared leads the way!

One of S4C’s most popular shows from last year, FFIT Cymru, is returning for a second series in April and Bangor University’s involvement with the Cwmni Da production is set to be even greater this time around, with a student from the School of Welsh and Celtic Studies chosen to be one of the series’ inspirational ‘leaders’.

Publication date: 27 March 2019

Professor John Ashton elected to BAFA executive council

An academic member of staff at Bangor Business School has been appointed to the executive council of one of the oldest finance-related academic societies in the UK.

Professor John Ashton, a Professor of Banking, was afforded the honour following his election to the Chair of the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interests Group within The British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA).

Publication date: 27 March 2019

Bangor Student Has a Passion For Disney

As Disney prepares to release the first of three live action remakes this year, Bangor University student Megan Rainbird has a particular interested in the new big budget releases.

Publication date: 22 March 2019

Effective communication and engagement with businesses critical to making Wales’ new tax system a success, suggests new report

Improving and developing business understanding of the new landscape of Welsh taxation is vital to its success as tax devolution continues to evolve according to a new report released today by FSB Wales (Federation of Small Businesses).

The report authored by Bangor University Business School academics Dr. Helen Rogers and Sara Closs-Davies and supported by Bangor University’s ESRC Impact Acceleration Account looks at the landscape of new Welsh taxation and focuses on the experience to-date of Land Transaction Tax.

Publication date: 20 March 2019

‘Why write the history of Wales – then and now?’: public lecture by prominent historian

At a moment when the opportunities to learn about Welsh history are a topic of public debate in Wales, it is timely to consider approaches to writing the history of Wales, both in the distant past and more recently.  The prominent Welsh historian Professor Huw Pryce is to discuss this topic at Bangor University on Monday, 25 March at 6pm, in Lecture Room 4 of the Main Arts Building.  All are welcome to attend the lecture, entitled `Why write the history of Wales – then and now?`.

Publication date: 19 March 2019

Bangor University Signs a New Agreement with the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance

On 6 March, Bangor University signed a new agreement with the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF). Bangor Business School has worked with the BIBF since 2004.

Publication date: 18 March 2019

An exhibition, map and app uncovers Bangor’s Jewish history

A Bangor University Professor is to launch an exhibition, map and app about the Jewish history of Bangor. 

Titled A Jewish History of Bangor,  the new exhibition and map celebrate the presence of Jews in Bangor from medieval times to the Second World War (and beyond).

Publication date: 6 March 2019

‘BDZH: Graphic Mosaics of Brittany’

Publication date: 6 March 2019

Visitor from the House of Commons learns more about Bangor Research

On Friday 15 February Dr Rhinannon Williams, Wales Affairs Specialist for the House of Commons, visited Bangor University and addressed a packed audience of academics and researchers. Dr Williams’ role is to co-ordinate the collection and submission of evidence to the Welsh Affairs Select Committee.

Publication date: 6 March 2019