June 2011

Striking student artworks on show

Innovative sculptures, paintings, films and other creative designs by more than 200 students will be showcased at the University of Wolverhampton’s annual degree show.

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Man to go on trial at health conference

Man will go on trial for crimes against his own health as part of a special conference at the University of Wolverhampton.

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University hosts Japanese Olympics day for young pupils

Gifted and talented school pupils will get the chance to take part in a Japanese language masterclass and hands-on martial arts activity at a UOW event.

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University to host Open Day

People interested in finding out more about studying at the University of Wolverhampton are invited to an Open Day.

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Honour for Vice-Chancellor’s book

A book by the University of Wolverhampton’s Vice-Chancellor has been selected for a new collection of works which are recognised as ‘timeless classics’ in their field.

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University hosts international course

International experts in forest management are visiting the University of Wolverhampton to take part in a specialist course focused on reducing illegal timber trading.

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Retiring Vice-Chancellor to present special lecture

The University of Wolverhampton’s Vice-Chancellor is to present a public lecture focused on who goes to university, and why it matters.

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Fashion fix for Indian students

Fashion students from India are visiting the University of Wolverhampton as part of an art and design summer school.

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Fundraising project wins national award

The University of Wolverhampton has received a top national award for a fundraising project to redevelop its Students’ Union.

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New accreditation for health informatics qualification

A specialist qualification in the field of health informatics has received official recognition from the University of Wolverhampton.

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Find out more at open evening

People interested in developing their career by studying part-time at the University of Wolverhampton Business School are invited to an open evening.

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Pioneering lecturer to appear on The One Show

A University of Wolverhampton lecturer who is researching the healing effect of sugar on wounds is to be featured on the BBC’s The One Show.

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Black Country and Marches businesses provided the tools to get innovative

Businesses in the Black Country, Telford & Wrekin, Shropshire and Herefordshire are set to benefit from a new £3.4 million innovation scheme that will include

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