July 2010

Prestigious honour for pioneering BBC See Hear Editor

The first Deaf Editor of the BBC’s flagship See Hear programme is to receive an honorary degree from the University of Wolverhampton.

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Students to perform at the O2 Arena

A band featuring two music students from the University of Wolverhampton are set to perform at London’s O2 Arena after reaching the finals of a national competition.

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Grant to support scientific training

The University of Wolverhampton has been awarded a £25,000 grant to develop training opportunities for biomedical scientists.

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Youngsters get ready for their new Academies

Pupils are preparing to start their new Academy schools at special events organised by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Two days in the life of a university student

School pupils were given an insight into life as a university student as part of an event in Wolverhampton.

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Research projects presented to new MPs

Research into what works for students has been presented at a prestigious event for new MPs.

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Event to explore advances in computer games

The University of Wolverhampton is organising an international event to explore the latest advances in the computer game industry.

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Pupils help create educational computer games

Budding designers at the University of Wolverhampton have been helping school pupils to create their own educational computer games.

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Research uncovers new way of pinpointing time of death

University of Wolverhampton forensic scientist is investigating new ways of pinpointing the time of death in suspicious cases.

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