November 2009

EU official visits University

An EU official has visited the University of Wolverhampton as part of plans to develop a new degree programme for European border police.

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Focus on pharmacy

The future of pharmacy will go under the spotlight at a free public lecture at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Students sample Uni life

A group of Italian students have been sampling university life in the UK during a visit toStudents from the Univeristy of Turin Wolverhampton.

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Baroness to visit University

A member of the House of Lords is to visit the University of Wolverhampton to give a guest lecture on business and education.

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Long service awards for University staff

Long serving members of staff at the University of Wolverhampton have been thanked for their hard work at a special ceremony.

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Drug awareness business shortlisted for top awards

A business which uses a patient simulator to highlight the dangers of drugs to school pupils has been shortlisted for two national awards.

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Top ICT award for University project

Staff at the University of Wolverhampton are celebrating after clinching a prestigious ICT Excellence Award.

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Chocolate entrepreneur to visit University

One of the entrepreneurs behind the Green & Black’s range of chocolate is to visit the Jo FairleyUniversity of Wolverhampton as a guest speaker.

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Baroness praises University's business links

A member of the House of Lords discussed the importance of businesses working with education providers when she addressed an audience at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Professor to reveal how exercising can beat winter blues

A University of Wolverhampton sports professor will take part in a live online chat forum to offer advice about how exercise can help

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Cyberspace warning from student

A University of Wolverhampton graduate has won a national competition to design a poster warning children about the dangers of cyberspace.

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Global entrepreneurship week launched in Shropshire

More than 250 students, employers and regeneration experts attended a successful Entrepreneurs Summit at the University of Wolverhampton’s Telford Campus.

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Consistency is key to top flight football success

England’s hopes of lifting the World Cup next summer rest on Fabio Capello picking a consistent and unchanged side, according to new research by UOW academics.

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Lecturer shares tips for 2012 Olympics

Support teams behind athletes who are preparing for the 2012 Olympics Games have been receiving support from a University of Wolverhampton lecturer.

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Silver award for University magazine

The University of Wolverhampton’s stakeholder magazine has won a prestigious award.

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Chocolate entrepreneur reveals success secrets

The co-founder of Green & Black’s chocolate has revealed to University of Wolverhampton staff how Blue Peter inspired her commitment to Fairtrade.

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Student named in top 100

University of Wolverhampton postgraduate student has been named one of the Future 100 Young Social Entrepreneurs for 2009.

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New partnership launched

The University of Wolverhampton has signed a new agreement with Wolverhampton Homes and its construction partners to create closer working relationships.

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Entrepreneur clinches business award

An entrepreneur who uses a patient simulator to highlight the dangers of drugs to school pupils has clinched a top business award.

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Students celebrate success in Hong Kong

Staff and students joined together to celebrate at the University of Wolverhampton’s annual Hong Kong graduation ceremony.

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Scheme creates 800 new learners

More than 800 people have benefited from a scheme to promote lifelong learning in the region.

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Abu Dhabi police visit Wolverhampton

Police officers from Abu Dhabi have visited Wolverhampton to learn more about planning and designing security features for developments in the UK.

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