University of Wales, Lampeter

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Lampeter campus of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David

About University of Wales, Lampeter

According to Wikipedia, University of Wales, Lampeter was a university in Lampeter, Wales. Founded in 1822, and incorporated by royal charter in 1828, it was the oldest degree awarding institution in Wales, with limited degree awarding powers since 1852. It was a self-governing college of the University of Wales from 1972 until its merger with Trinity University College in 2010 to form the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

University of Wales, Lampeter's Online Degrees

What Is University of Wales, Lampeter Known For?

University of Wales, Lampeter is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

University of Wales, Lampeter's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are University of Wales, Lampeter's Most Influential Alumni?

University of Wales, Lampeter's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Earth Sciences, Anthropology, and Religious Studies. Here are some of University of Wales, Lampeter's most famous alumni:

James R. Lewis
A Professional writer and academic specializing in various religious movements.
Sulak Sivaraksa
A Thai pacifist.
Michael Scott
A British academic and university administrator.
H. Jefferson Powell
A Professor at Duke Law School.
Malcolm Todd
Malcolm Todd
A British archaeologist .
E. A. Markham
A British academic.
Christopher Herbert
A Bishop of St Albans .
Carl Cooper
A British clergyman.
Juliette Foster
A British journalist and news presenter.
Alwyn Rice Jones
A 20th century Welsh clergyman, Church of Wales reformer.
Gerard Loughlin
A British theologian.
John James
A Welsh author of historical novels .

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