February 2008

Staff get on their bikes for charity

Two University of Wolverhampton staff are getting on their bikes to raise funds for a local hospice.

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New device to stop motorists misfueling their car

A revolutionary new device to prevent motorists putting the wrong kind of fuel in their cars has been developed by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Students celebrate chinese New Year in style

University of Wolverhampton students were treated to traditional songs, games and Tai Chi at a special evening to celebrate Chinese New Year.

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Harvard scholar to talk at University

A terrorism and political violence expert from Harvard University is to visit Wolverhampton to give a talk about her research.

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Courtroom skills put to the test

Two University of Wolverhampton legal eagles have fought off tough competition to reach the semi finals of a top law competition.

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Researcher ranked number one

A University of Wolverhampton academic has been ranked number one in the world in a list of leading researchers in his field.

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Lecturers train lawyer for North Pole marathon

Two University of Wolverhampton lecturers are putting a lawyer through her paces as she trains to run a marathon at the North Pole.

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Law scholar returns to her roots

A Shropshire academic has returned to her roots to take up a professorship at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Wolverhampton MP for PM?

A Wolverhampton MP who was within touching distance of becoming Prime Minister will be the subject of a talk by a University lecturer.

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Uni welcome Russian visitor

The new head of a Russian university has visited Wolverhampton to celebrate an 18-year link with the city’s University.

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Students celebrate graduation

Hundreds of students will celebrate their academic success when they graduate from the University of Wolverhampton this week.

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Event for trainee teachers

Student teachers will be given tips about putting their training into practice in the classroom at a University of Wolverhampton event.

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Chalk up a new career

People interested in studying a range of education courses can attend an open day at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Black Country history highlighted

A social history expert will give a guest lecture about the Victorian Black Country at the University of Wolverhampton.

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7/7 survivor to speak at Uni

A survivor of the July the 7th London bombings is to give a guest talk at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Computer whizzes at Uni

Experts from computer giant Microsoft are to visit the University of Wolverhampton to share the latest technologies with students.

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Double the fun at Uni open day

Would- be students have a choice of campuses to visit at a University of Wolverhampton open day.

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Innovative designs clinch prizes

Two University of Wolverhampton students have scooped a cash prize for their creative outdoor inventions.

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Concert by music students

Talented University of Wolverhampton musicians are to perform a concert featuring a composition by a student.

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Uni gig to be on MTV

Music channel MTV will be visiting the University of Wolverhampton to film a gig by an emerging local band.

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Uni earthquake expert featured on Central News

Dr Clive Roberts from the University of Wolverhampton is an expert on earthquakes and was interviewed live on ITV Central News on Wednesday, 27 February 2008.

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Public lecture on arthritis

New research into the causes and treatment of heart disease in people with rheumatoid arthritis will be the focus of a free University of Wolverhampton lecture.

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Uni backs fairtrade campaign

The University of Wolverhampton is supporting Fairtrade fortnight with a range of offers on food and drink for staff and students.

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Student hits the right note

Two tracks featuring a talented University of Wolverhampton student have made it onto the latest Ministry of Sound album.

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Top win for budding lawyers

Law students from the University of Wolverhampton have clinched a top award at an international competition to test their courtroom skills.

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