July 2009

New invention to fight strokes

A revolutionary new device which could save the lives of stroke patients has been developed by a University of Wolverhampton expert.

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Doctorate success for Jonathan

A University of Wolverhampton academic has become one of a small number of visually impaired people in the UK to have obtained a PhD.

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Project to boost job prospects

Graduates will be able to enhance their job prospects by gaining work experience abroad through a new £68,000 University of Wolverhampton project.

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International ceramics award for University

The University of Wolverhampton is celebrating after receiving a top international accolade for its contribution to the field of ceramics.

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Fellowship for pioneering lecturer

A University of Wolverhampton lecturer has won a prestigious national art and design award.

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League table rise for University business scheme

The University of Wolverhampton has been officially ranked second in the UK for its success in a recession-busting business initiative.

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Praise for project to tackle poverty

A project to tackle poverty in developing countries has been praised for its achievements.

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Chancellor appointed to Privy Council

The UOW Chancellor, Lord Paul, has been appointed as a member of the Privy Council by the Queen at a meeting of the Privy Council on 8 July 2009.

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Staff hold inaugural research conference in lead up to new School

Staff from the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences and the School of Legal Studies came together for the first time earlier this month in an inaugural..

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First Travel Operation Management book published

The first textbook focused purely on operations management in the travel industry has been written by University of Wolverhampton staff.

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VC honoured for educational excellence

The University of Wolverhampton’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Caroline Gipps, has received an honorary degree.

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Joint farewell for University leading lights

Two leading members of the University of Wolverhampton are retiring after a total of almost 60 years.

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University honours list

Prominent figures from media, sport and education are among those whose achievements have been recognised with honorary degrees from the University of Wolverhampton.

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Pioneering research into healing power of sugar

A pioneering University of Wolverhampton lecturer has won a £25,000 grant to research the healing effect of sugar on cuts and wounds.

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Log on to top games conference

Future developments in computer games will be highlighted at an international conference organised by the University of Wolverhampton.

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£5.2 million project for entrepreneurs of tomorrow

Students hoping to beat the recession by launching their own business are set to benefit from a £5.2 million scheme at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Exciting new link with Sony PlayStation

University of Wolverhampton students will be able to use the same tools as professional computer games developers through a new link with Sony PlayStation.

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