October 2013

Graduate artists exhibit their work

Artists graduating from the University of Wolverhampton will display their work in a special exhibition.

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Lord to speak at science and engineering event

A Lord and former government minister is to speak of the importance of science and engineering at a University event.

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Wolves star helps launch University sports pitch

Wolves legend Jody Craddock gave students a lesson in goalscoring at the launch of a new sports pitch.

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Local business champions to share innovation

Some of the Black Country’s biggest organisations are to share their expertise with small and medium enterprises to help them improve innovation and competitiveness.

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Mobile office project launches online

A project aimed at helping businesses operate out of the office and on the go is holding a virtual launch party.

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University student lands editorial role

A student nurse at the University of Wolverhampton is celebrating her selection as a student editor of a national nursing publication.

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University scientists to give pioneering London lectures

Two University of Wolverhampton scientists will present groundbreaking biochemical research at a series of lectures in London.

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Prestigious businesses to speak at event

A host of famed companies including Panasonic, Sony, Wacom and Samsung are to advise businesses at a free event hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Healthcare conference to be held by University

An event focusing on the developments in healthcare and the launch of an innovative new post-graduate degree course is to be held by the University of Wolverhampton.

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House of Lords reception to mark University’s 21st

The University of Wolverhampton has marked the end of its 21st anniversary celebrations with a glittering evening at the House of Lords.

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University experts to improve online searches

Internet giant Yahoo! has awarded funding to a University of Wolverhampton project to improve online searches.

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Business School plans get green light

Plans to create a new building to house the University of Wolverhampton Business School have been given the go-ahead.

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Terrorism expert to lead new riot study

A terrorism expert from the University of Wolverhampton has been awarded nearly £40,000 to complete a project looking at rioting.

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Expert comment on Rough Sleeping Children

By Professor Kate Moss, Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Brussels office unveiled by University

A special office focused on research and located in the heart of Brussels has been opened by the University of Wolverhampton.

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University provides specialist advice to top footballers

Experts at the University of Wolverhampton are providing specialist advice to professional footballers and elite athletes using a state-of-the-art bone scanner.

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Jaguar Land Rover boss to inspire with guest lecture

One of Jaguar Land Rover’s top directors will deliver a speech on improving British manufacturing at a University of Wolverhampton event.

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Malaysian agreement for University of Wolverhampton

The University of Wolverhampton has signed an agreement to be formally linked with one of Malaysia’s top universities.

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Theatre to stage equality talk

A lively talk on race equality issues is to be hosted by the University of Wolverhampton’s Arena Theatre to mark Black History Month.

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University expert gets funding for Parkinson’s project

A scientist from the University of Wolverhampton has received £2,000 to study the emotional responses of Parkinson’s patients.

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Expert comment on families with disabled children

By Dr Mahmoud Emira, Centre for Developmental and Applied Research in Education (CeDARE).

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Admin worker exhibits artwork in major gallery

A University admin worker who paints in her spare time is to showcase her work in a major art gallery.

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Football club to work with University on events course

A top football club is to offer students real-world experience at event hosting for a new course at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Expert comment on the benefits of music

By Professor Andrew Lane, Professor of Sports and Exercise Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Exchange programme celebrates fourteenth year

Six students from the University of Turin have attended lectures at the University of Wolverhampton as part of a special programme between the two institutions.

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Walsall campus celebrates half-century milestone

The University of Wolverhampton has celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Walsall campus with a sparkling evening dinner.

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Fairtrade event to be hosted by University

A forum to celebrate and support Fairtrade in the Midlands is to be hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Arena Theatre announces funding success for new education project

The University's Arena Theatre is delighted to announce a Heritage Lottery Fund grant of £18,500 for a new education, theatre and heritage project called Counter Culture.

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Employment fair draws crowds

Over 60 major employers and more than 1500 students and graduates attended a successful two day jobs fair hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Armed Forces worker invited to Number 10

A University of Wolverhampton employee is to meet with the Prime Minister to discuss her work helping the armed forces.

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Educational roadshow to showcase University life

An event designed to help encourage the aspirations of children in the Midlands has been co-organised by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Olympic champ Denise to open Judo centre

Olympic gold medallist Denise Lewis is set to open the new British Judo Centre of Excellence at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Hundreds pack University for business lecture

Almost 300 guests visited the University of Wolverhampton to hear one of the Black Country’s top business leaders give a “thought-provoking” lecture.

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Expert comment on student evaluations

By Dr Mike Lambert, Principal Lecturer in Education, and Dr Matt O'Leary, Principal Lecturer in Post-Compulsory Education and co-founder of CRADLE.

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Students win cash prizes for achievement

Two science students from the University of Wolverhampton have won cash prizes for being the highest-achievers in their years.

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