January 2011

Wednesday 05 January 2011

University to host Armed Forces Day

The University of Wolverhampton is set to host an Armed Forces Day to launch a pioneering new degree course.

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Thursday 06 January 2011

Olympic recognition for research

Research into the emotional experience of runners has been awarded prestigious recognition from the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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Wednesday 12 January 2011

Holocaust survivor to share experiences

A Holocaust survivor who escaped the Nazi regime as part of a rescue mission will visit the University of Wolverhampton to present an annual lecture.

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Friday 26 September 2014

Taster of University life for Dudley pupils

Over 200 school pupils from Dudley will be visiting the University of Wolverhampton to find out more about higher education.

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Thursday 13 January 2011

Budding entrepreneurs showcase fundraising efforts

Business-minded students at the University of Wolverhampton will be showcasing their charity fundraising efforts at a special exhibition.

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Monday 17 January 2011

Workshops to boost exports

Small businesses in the West Midlands are being encouraged to register for a series of workshops designed to help them capitalise upon international sales opportunities.

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Monday 24 January 2011

Wolverhampton welcomes top Indian trade bosses

Wolverhampton showed what it has to offer as it welcomed a high-level trade delegation from the Indian industrial powerhouse of Bangalore.

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Tuesday 25 January 2011

University secures £1.5 million grant to reduce illegal logging

Experts at the University of Wolverhampton have secured a £1.5 million grant to reduce illegal logging in Africa, it was announced today.

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Monday 31 January 2011

New Vice-Chancellor announced

The University of Wolverhampton has appointed Professor Geoff Layer as its new Vice-Chancellor.

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Monday 31 January 2011

Biography: Professor Geoff Layer

Geoff Layer was Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC Academic) and Professor of Lifelong Learning at the University of Bradford. He took up office as DVC in December 2008.

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