February 2014

Inspirational new teacher wins award

An inspirational University of Wolverhampton graduate who has helped to boost participation in sports and PE at the school is celebrating after winning a national award.

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£1 million research into children who sleep rough

A pioneering £1 million research project into runaway and homeless children who sleep rough is to be launched by the University of Wolverhampton.

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University marks 21st Birthday

The University of Wolverhampton is celebrating 21 years since it received university status during 2013.

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Placement scheme set for national launch

A national placement programme is set to be officially launched at the University of Wolverhampton.

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“Revolutionary” sugar treatment used to treat hospital patients

The use of sugar to heal wounds by a University of Wolverhampton lecturer has been hailed as “revolutionary” by a Birmingham hospital patient.

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Plans for new Science Centre submitted

The University of Wolverhampton has laid out its plans for its new £25m science building at its City Campus.

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Campaigner to headline at LGBT event

A renowned human rights activist is to address staff, students and the public as part of a University of Wolverhampton event celebrating equality.

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Newsnight journalist takes up Visiting Professor role

An award winning journalist is to give a lecture to staff, students and guests at the University of Wolverhampton - the first in his new post.

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Kick-off for Fairtrade football contest

Staff and students will tackle each other on the football pitch as part of the University of Wolverhampton’s Fairtrade Fortnight activities.

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New links with Nigeria forged

Leading academics from Nigeria have visited the University of Wolverhampton to discuss ways of developing entrepreneurship in the country’s higher education sector.

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New system to trace food could have avoided the horsemeat scandal

The current horsemeat scandal could have been avoided if a system developed by the University of Wolverhampton to trace food was in use, according to experts.

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New associate campus to be launched in France

The University of Wolverhampton is set to launch a new associate campus in France as part of its plans to develop international education and research.

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