October 2012

Research highlights positive impact of early years professionals

A study by a team of researchers at the University of Wolverhampton has found practitioners with Early Years Professional Status (EYPS) are making a positive..

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University hosts Open Day

People hoping to boost their career credentials are invited to an Open Day at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Wolverhampton to host annual Nursing lecture

The University of Wolverhampton is to host this year’s prestigious Winifred Raphael Memorial Lecture.

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Advice on how to sell to the Ministry of Defence

Small businesses can find out more about selling their products and services to the Ministry of Defence at a University of Wolverhampton event.

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Virgin Trains boss to present guest lecture

The Head of Virgin Trains is to present a prestigious annual lecture focused on leadership at the University of Wolverhampton.

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New mental health partnership forged

A University and an NHS Trust in the West Midlands have signed a new agreement to work together on mental health education and research.

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New £600,000 project to benefit e-book readers

A new £600,000 project which could benefit users of the Amazon Kindle and other e-book reading devices is being developed by experts at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Dance science expert comments on Denise van Outen’s whiplash injury

Strictly Come Dancing’s Denise Van Outen has suffered a whiplash injury in training and has been described as “touch and go” for Saturday night’s show.

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European award for language project

A University of Wolverhampton project to help people learn a new language has won a European award.

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NUS President visits Wolverhampton

The President of the National Union of Students has visited the University of Wolverhampton to give a special talk on higher education.

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Finding new careers for Armed Forces personnel

The University of Wolverhampton is helping Armed Forces personnel to develop new careers after leaving the services.

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Students to kick off coaching festival

Students will be taking inspiration from England Manager Roy Hodgson when they take part in a football coaching festival at the University of Wolverhampton.

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University secures £1.4 million to grow regional businesses

The University of Wolverhampton has secured £1.4 million from the Government to enable regional businesses to grow and create new jobs, it was announced today.

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Over 850 people attend Recruitment Fair

Major employers and more than 850 students and graduates attended a successful jobs fair at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Pupils say hola! to new course

Students across Wolverhampton will be saying ‘hola’ and ‘buongiorno’ as part of new language lessons at the city’s University.

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Ancient objects feature in new film

Ancient items such as an antler horn harpoon from Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery have been featured in a new film by a UOW lecturer.

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Taste of University life for Italian visitors

A group of Italian students have been brushing up their language skills and learning about University life in Wolverhampton.

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Academic answers weird and wonderful questions about human emotion

A sports psychologist from the University of Wolverhampton has provided answers to unusual questions about human emotions in a..

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Anti-alcoholism drug could help treat most common type of adult brain cancer

A drug that has been used to treat alcoholic patients for more than 60 years could potentially help treat glioblastoma – .

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University to boost research investment

The University of Wolverhampton is making a multi-million pound investment as part of its commitment to research.

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International success in 24 hour challenge

Two teams of students from the University of Wolverhampton are celebrating after winning a 24-hour innovation challenge in France.

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Mentoring challenge for Uni students

Students at the University of Wolverhampton are boosting their future job prospects by acting as mentors at a Walsall college.

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Award nomination for media project

A University of Wolverhampton project which is developing resources for Deaf people who work in the media industry is in the running for a top international award.

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Virgin Trains boss shares leadership tips

The Head of Virgin Trains shared his tips for successful leadership to a packed audience at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Lecture looks at the impact of cuts on emergency services

The impact of Government cuts on the emergency services will be the focus of a public lecture at the University of Wolverhampton.

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