A new research project to help improve health and social care services for Deaf people in Wolverhampton is urging people to share their experiences.
An innovative new app which could be part of the next generation of pop-up books has won a regional Young Enterprise competition hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.
Staff from the University of Wolverhampton got on their bikes to raise money for a local charity recently.
Computer Science degree students at the University of Wolverhampton have shown great aptitude in creating a mobile app for West Midlands Police front-line officers
A University of Wolverhampton art student is putting art on the map in her new solo exhibition at Dudley Archives and Local History Centre.
University of Wolverhampton Race Team students have offered their engineering services to help a competitor taking part in the 2017 British Speed Hillclimb Championship.
University of Wolverhampton Fashion & Textiles degree students are celebrating success at their end of year shows
A group of Dudley Sixth College students visited the University of Wolverhampton to get an insight into studying Physics.
Straight from the streets of Seattle, 14/48 WOLVERHAMPTON is landing at the Arena Theatre on June 16 and 17 and is set to showcase 14 plays over a 48-hour period.
Research excellence at the University of Wolverhampton will be showcased in a two-day conference later this month (June).
Students from the University of Wolverhampton’s Faculty of Arts are all set to showcase the work they’ve created during their degree studies – and it’s sure to be a draw locally.
A film made by University of Wolverhampton Video and Film Production graduates has been shortlisted at this year’s national Royal Television Society (RTS) Student Television Awards.
Experts in cyberpsychology, cybertherapy and social networking will attend an international conference hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.
University of Wolverhampton students will be getting into the swing of the Sixties at this year’s RAF Cosford Air Show.
The first degree in the UK to combine business management and international development has been launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
A new Cyberpsychology degree to explore human interaction with the internet and emerging technologies is being launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
The University of Wolverhampton has struck a partnership deal with Staffordshire Cricket which will see them sponsoring the board until the end of the 2019 season.
The University of Wolverhampton has secured funding to carry out research on the impact of passive smoking on dementia.
University of Wolverhampton staff were commended recently at a national awards ceremony for their work with Looked After Children.
A University of Wolverhampton student has scooped gold at a Junior European Judo Championship.
A University of Wolverhampton expert has become an official advisor to the South Korean parliament on issues of police reform.
A free event to raise aspirations and awareness of STEM subjects among primary school girls will be held at the University of Wolverhampton.
A former professional footballer will be returning to home turf to put University of Wolverhampton students through their paces on a new Physiotherapy course.
The University of Wolverhampton’s International Academy has announced its Summer Programmes for July and August.
The University of Wolverhampton has recently signed a three year scholarship agreement with the Hickman Educational Foundation to support an Engineering student.
Two University of Wolverhampton students have displayed their work in an exhibition at the Eagle Works Gallery in Wolverhampton.
Children and young people have been challenged to put their thinking ‘capes’ on to design a new black British superhero.
The growth of the Far Right in the Midlands will be debated at a University of Wolverhampton event.
An international student studying at the University of Wolverhampton has shown he is on the ball after being signed up to play for Wednesbury Rugby Union Football Club
Sports students at the University of Wolverhampton are gaining first hand insight into working in professional football thanks to a partnership with Wolves.
With a strong Labour campaign and an unexpected outcome, it looks like a return to the 1970s for modern politics. And that’s no bad thing, says Professor of Labour and Social History Keith Gildart.
Theresa May has a serious terrorist problem in her hands – there’s no question about it. In the space of less than three months, the UK has suffered 3 terrorist attacks, resulting in 32 deaths and there is most probably more to come, if we are being brutally honest with ourselves.
The threat of indiscriminate terror, even if our intelligence and police work improves a great deal, will be with us for some time. That's why we must understand its root causes rather than just try to defend against it.
So the NHS got hacked last Friday. Already evidence of “the blame game” is beginning to appear. Why were the NHS using outdated / unpatched systems? Why did the NSA “loose” a cyber weapon? Why did Microsoft stop patching XP?
The Precarious Position of Human Rights Protection in the UK after Brexit
Professor George Kassimeris, Professor of Security Studies at the University of Wolverhampton, has been researching and writing on terrorism and political violence for more than 20 years.
The death of Martin McGuinness will inevitably lead to a period of reflection on both his personal activities and his legacy.
For International Women’s Day, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Science and Engineering and Professor of Science Education Nazira Karodia presented the University of Wolverhampton’s first Athena Swan Gilkison lecture. The event celebrated the University’s female professors. Here, Professor Karodia summarises some challenges in STEM education and the future.
A Coventry man has just been sentenced to four weeks in jail for being homeless and begging in a car park.[i] Professor Kate Moss asks: ‘Is this a good use of prison and does this approach demonstrate good governance or public policy?’
When the Statute of Artificiers was passed in 1563, there were many more apprentices in the City of London than there were university students or graduates.
In a modern society where tolerance of failure can be low and fear of failure paralysing, it is important to learn how to manage adversity. England Rugby has shown that it is possible to create a climate where growth follows failure. This is something everybody can learn from.
The on-going toxic vendetta between President Trump and the American media establishment (New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, and NBC etc.) regarding fake news, alternative facts, lies and hypocrisy has to do with only one thing: political survival.
An article published in the Guardian last week asked what would happen if a university went bust.
Tony Proctor gives his expert opinion on why not upgrading to the latest software can leave websites vulnerable to hacking.
Recently we blogged about the High Court ruling regarding the challenge to Theresa May’s ability to trigger Article 50
The immediate cause of the current 24-hour tube strike on the London Underground is about staffing levels and associated society issues.
Brexit means Brexit and we will have to help Theresa May make the best of it, says Andy Westwood
In the list of new words to enter the dictionary in 2016 - Trumpism, Brexit, post-truth - hygge seems somewhat out of place. Or does it?
Professor Kate Moss and Lynn Ellison, from the University of Wolverhampton’s Law School, take an in-depth look at Article 50.
Expert comment on the news that retail giant Marks and Spencer is to close 60 stores in the UK
Dr Christopher Stone, Senior Lecturer (Interpreting and Deaf Studies), recently spoke in the European Parliament
Where do the future cyber threats lie?
Images of armed police supervising the undressing of a Muslim woman on a Nice beach have gone viral in the last few days. The officers were apparently upholding the ban on the ‘burkini’, a swimsuit that covers the legs, arms and hair, and is contentious because of its religious connotations, read as provocative to the secular values of the French state.
Professor of Digital Learning John Traxler, is working with The United Relief and Works Agency for Palestine (UNRWA) to support education efforts where schools are running within areas of conflict. Here, he recounts one of many experiences working in these conditions.
Despite charitable support and awareness-raising, homelessness is still being criminalised in many areas.
Wales in the semi-finals of the Euros. One game away from the final and playing against a team that is yet to win in normal play. Why have Wales been successful?
In a time of ‘bregrets’, Dr Stuart Connor, Reader in Social Welfare at the University of Wolverhampton, reveals how research at the University of Wolverhampton is identifying and developing potential scenarios for medium to long term futures.
The European Union referendum campaign exposed both the complexity of the issue(s) and how poorly informed the electorate are about the EU