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UWISTUniversity of Wales Institute of Science and Technology (merged with UCC in 1988 to form UWCC)
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A positive and a negative item were selected from the three dimensions of mood identified in the UWIST Mood Adjective Checklist (Matthews, Jones & Chamberlain, 1990): energetic arousal (alert, tired), hedonic tone (cheerful, depressed), tense arousal (calm, tense).
The university's vice-chancellor Professor Colin Riordan said: "His financial and organisational acumen gained from the commercial world and as a barrister helped secure the successful management of the university following the merger of the former University College, Cardiff and the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology (Uwist).
Ar ol cyfnod yn darlithio yn y Coleg Milwrol Brenhinol, Shrivenham (y Defence Academy - College of Management and Technology erbyn hyn, sy'n gysylltiedig a Phrifysgol Cranfield), symudodd i ddarlithyddiaeth yn Athrofa Gwyddoniaeth a Thechnoleg Prifysgol Cymru (UWIST).
Retrospective assessments of emotions at key points were collected using the Brunel Mood States (Terry et al., 2003) which assesses anger, confusion, depression, fatigue, tension and vigour (McNair et al., 1971) and modified to include scales for calmness and happiness from the UWIST (Matthews et al., 1990).
He was educated at Ysgol Maes Garmon, Mold,University of Wales Colleges at Aberystwyth and Cardiff (UWIST).He was appointed planning assistant with Colwyn Borough Council in 1982.
Mood was assessed with the 24-item UWIST Mood Adjective Check List (UMACL; Matthews, Jones, & Chamberlain, 1900), which comprises two scales related to subjective arousal (energetic arousal vs.
He served for 25 years as principal of the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology (Uwist) from the age of 42 in 1968 before becoming principal of Cardiff University in 1988, in addition to three terms as vice-chancellor of the University of Wales.
After a time lecturing at the Royal Military College, Shrivenham (now the Defence Academy - College of Management and Technology, linked to Cranfield University), he moved to a lectureship at the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology (UWIST).
Ian Jones, managing director of Lion Laboratories, now based in Barry and a world leader in the manufacture of hand-held breathalysers, told of how Dr Jones grew up on a farm in Anglesey and later graduated in chemistry from Bangor University and, after a PhD in Canada, settled down to a lectureship at UWIST, now Cardiff University.
By 1993 at the centenary of the University of Wales there were six institutions, after the 1988 merger of University College Cardiff with the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology (Uwist).
Robert Lloyd Griffiths was born in Cardiff in 1965 and educated at the Bishop Llandaff High School before entering the University of Wales School of Science and Technology (Uwist) which became part of Cardiff Business School.