At BBC Radio 1 he climbed the ranks from being runner on the Radio 1 Roadshows to producing the station’s longest running Breakfast Show with Chris Moyles and the team, broadcasting the show live from Aberystwyth on several occasions.  Aled was also host of The Surgery giving advice to vulnerable teenagers live on air for six years.

In this video, Rachael Coulthard talks about how her leadership style has developed.

James also co-hosts Not Just Cricket on 5 Live with England Cricketers Graeme Swann and Jimmy Anderson that is broadcast once every few months. The shows main focus is talking about cricket, but they also talk about anything else they fancy.

One Honorary Doctorate degree will be presented.  These are presented to individuals who have been outstandingly successful in their field, or who have a long record of renowned research and publication.

He is a keen cricket fan, and used to play for Hertfordshire Under-18s. He is also a keen supporter of Aviva Premiership Rugby Club Bath Rugby.[4] He is also a football fan and supports Arsenal.[18]

It's time to stop studying and turn on the TV! Your grad worked hard to get through school, and he or she deserves an entertaining new gift. Here's a few suggestions.

With one of these shooters, they'll be able to capture better photographs and video of their post-grad life.

Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor John Grattan, Karina Shaw, and Pro-Chancellor Miss Gwerfyl Pierce Jones

It's not easy picking out a gift for your recent grad, but you'll definitely find some ideas in this roundup of CNET's favorite audio gear. From headphones to Bluetooth speakers, turntables, accessories and more, there's something in here for everyone.

Dr Mitch Robinson, international law specialist for the US Department of Defense specialising in human rights, and an alumnus of the University

Other resources from NPQH that you might want to draw on to support this self-analysis will include your:

Sir Evans Paul Silk KCB, President of the Study of Parliament Group; formerly clerk in the British House of Commons, Clerk to the National Assembly for Wales and chair of the Commission on Devolution in Wales

His radio career began at 14 years old, when he was the presenter of a slot on Radio Bronglais Aberystwyth. He joined the commercial radio station Radio Ceredigion after its launch in 1992, and eventually joined the infamous BBC Radio 1 as a broadcast assistant in 1998.

...being able to blend your styles and know which styles work in certain circumstances is really beneficial as a leader, as a headteacher or indeed as a leader within the school.

Pro Chancellor, it is my absolute pleasure to present Karina Shaw to you for an Honorary Bachelor Degree of Arts.

In 2011, James had a non-speaking cameo role in the Doctor Who episode "Closing Time".[9]

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Three Honorary Bachelor degrees will be presented.  These are presented to individuals who are members of Aberystwyth University staff without an entry-level degree in recognition of long-service, contribution and dedication to the Institution; and members of the local community who have made a significant contribution to Aberystwyth and the area.

Aled Haydn Jones, Welsh radio editor, presenter and former radio producer with BBC Radio 1, and presenter with S4C.

He has hosted and chaired several forums for young people including The Big Conversation on Radio 1.

All the things your grad could use, whether in a new dorm or apartment

There is no simple answer to this question, as each style of leadership can only yield positive results when used in the appropriate context. The key to your effectiveness as a leader is your ability to analyse any given situation and switch flexibly among the leadership styles as required.

Twelve individuals are being honoured by Aberystwyth University during the 2016 graduation ceremonies, which take place at the University’s Arts Centre from Tuesday 12 July until Friday 15 July.

Pro Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, prospective graduates and supporters.  It is an honour and a privilege to present Karina Shaw for an Honorary Bachelor Degree of Arts of Aberystwyth University.

James joined BBC Radio 1 in June 2007, to present Early Breakfast on Friday, and cover for the likes of Sara Cox and Vernon Kay. He presented his first show on Friday 1 June 2007, the day after graduating from university. In October 2007, he was awarded the Early Breakfast Show (04:30-07:00, which was soon changed to 04:00-06:30) five days a week. He presented his first full-time show on Monday 1 October 2007, and his first ever Record of the Week was Hometown Glory by Adele.

This topic stresses the importance of your leadership style to both your success as a headteacher and to that of your school. It considers the six leadership styles, or behaviour patterns – identified through research by the Hay Group – that leaders apply to the situations they encounter.

James used to play cricket for Hertfordshire Under-18s.[4]

Dirprwy Ganghellor, mae’n bleser gen i gyflwyno Karina Shaw i chi am radd Baglor er Anrhydedd yn y Celfyddydau. 

Graduation present for my headteacher

With these various styles in mind, you may find it useful to consider the views of some established headteachers. Watch the videos below to hear school leaders reflecting on their experiences of applying multiple leadership styles to a range of situations.

Greg also supports Coppafeel a charity raising awareness of breast cancer. In February 2016, Greg participated in the inaugural BoobBall, where four teams of celebrities took part in a game where they try to avoid being hit by giant fake boobs.

While at university, he presented several shows on the students' union radio station Livewire 1350AM, becoming the station manager in 2006. He later said that being station manager was a job he did not enjoy.[6] He also presented several breakfast shows on Future Radio in Norwich and also on Pulse Rated in Salhouse before he got his break at BBC Radio 1.[7] He won 'Best Male Presenter' at the Student Radio Awards 2005.[5] During university holidays he presented stints on Galaxy North East.

In May 2016, Greg is the curator for Coppafeel's "Silent Disco Dash" in Kent.

He has also been an S4C presenter on the WawFfactor, Cân i Gymru and on his own show Llond Ceg discussing the issues that young Welsh people face.

The following reflective questions will help to clarify your thinking in this area.

Karina Shaw, an Assistant Headteacher at Ysgol Penglais, Aberystwyth, has been presented with an Honorary Bachelor of Arts Degree by Aberystwyth University.

Give a grad a big online upgrade with these laptops, tablets and desktops.

As a representative of the School of Education and Lifelong Learning, it is seems fitting that we have this opportunity to celebrate the contribution of a person who has, and does contribute significantly to education in the local area.

In this video, Muriel and Robert meet to discuss curriculum plans. They are later joined by Jenny.

In May 2015, he played a police officer in the BBC Three comedy murder mystery series Murder in Successville.[10] Also in 2015, James co-wrote and starred in the Comedy Feeds episode Dead Air.

This sparks a number of questions, namely, how do you really get to know your school? Or more importantly, how does your school really get to know you?