January 2014

Appy start for graduate company

A group of University of Wolverhampton graduates who formed their own company thanks to help from a business start-up project have launched their first app.

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Find a new direction in 2013

People hoping to boost their career credentials in the new year are invited to an open evening at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Budding animators sought for new project

Promising filmmakers hoping to follow in the footsteps of animator Nick Park.

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University staff to receive national living wage

The University of Wolverhampton is making a ground-breaking change to raise the pay levels of the lowest earners among its staff.

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Spring season line-up announced at Wolverhampton’s Arena Theatre

Wolverhampton’s Arena Theatre will host over 60 theatre, music, dance, comedy and spoken word productions in its 2013 spring season.

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Referees less influenced by the home crowd, research suggests

Home advantage and the resulting roar of the crowd have less influence on today’s referees, according to new research at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Project to help provide greener homes

A million pound project to help West Midlands companies benefit from green technology has been launched by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Holocaust survivor to present lecture

A Dutch film-maker who was deported to a Nazi concentration camp during the Holocaust is to visit the University of Wolverhampton to present an annual lecture.

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70% of women rough sleepers have suffered domestic violence, research finds

Around 70 per cent of women who sleep rough in the UK say they have suffered domestic violence, according to new research at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Business project off to a flying start

A business improvement programme led by the University of Wolverhampton is off to a flying start with 15 companies already receiving support.

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Calling Time On Gang Crime With Phone Apps Course

Youth gang members and young people from high crime areas will learn to develop and market their own mobile phone application ideas.

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New research centre to be launched

A new research centre focused on further education and skills is to be launched by the University of Wolverhampton and the Institute for Learning (IfL).

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