UWCN

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UWCNUniversity of Wales College, Newport
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Dr Hilary Matheson, Dean of UWCN's School of Humanities and Science said: 'The aim of the UWCN sports scholarship scheme is to assist students of exceptional sporting ability to develop their academic and sporting talents to their fullest potential.
The aim of the UWCN Sports Scholarship Scheme is to assist students of exceptional sporting ability to develop their academic and sporting talents to their fullest potential,' explained Dr Hilary Matheson, Dean of UWCN's School of Humanities and Science.
Any current student of UWCN can apply to be considered by submitting a sporting CV.
As well as running her ceramics business, she is studying counselling part-time at UWCN, works part-time in the local pub and teaches evening classes in pottery for adults with special needs.
I spent a year making this film at UWCN, and it is nice to have the recognition for all the hard work that went into it.
We hope our new company will work closely with UWCN, and once the new city centre campus is established we'll have a flourishing culture of animation and film-making in Newport,' he said
UWCN, which offers undergraduate, postgraduate and professional level courses, has 9,000 students.
School-age children are paired with UWCN students studying for Bachelor of Education degrees so that the trainee teachers can build up a relationship with an individual child and help find interesting ways to encourage reading and writing.
UWCN student Maureen Plowman, from Newport, won first prize in the short story section.
The appointment comes at the end of an eventful year for Belfast-born Prof Seawright, who was formerly Head of Photographic Research at UWCN.
A graduate of the University of Wales, Lampeter, where he was also a lecturer until 1995, Dr Morgans has been a senior lecturer at UWCN since 1996.