January 2014

Dominican students enjoy diplomatic dinner

A group of students thousands of miles from home were treated to dinner by the University of Wolverhampton and were joined by their home country’s ambassador.

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Top speed ahead as university helps pupils in F1 project

Youngsters tasked with building model Formula 1 cars will be given a crash course in computer design by the University of Wolverhampton.

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University experts to rate family support programme

Experts from the University of Wolverhampton have been picked to evaluate a project to help vulnerable families in Liverpool.

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Lord Digby Jones to give University business talk

Business guru Lord Digby Jones is to inspire local firms with a talk at a free event hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Expert using gaming tech to improve construction industry

A lecturer from the University of Wolverhampton is to use computer games technology to improve computer design in the construction industry.

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Holocaust survivor gives talk to mark memorial day

A Jewish survivor of the Holocaust will talk about his experiences of the tragedy at an event held at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Girls invited to engineer career at University

Girls are being encouraged to consider a career in engineering at a University of Wolverhampton event.

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Event to show business benefits of 3D printing

Cutting-edge 3D printing techniques will be explained by experts at an event held by the University of Wolverhampton.

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University professor invited to join historical royal society

A human resources professor from the University of Wolverhampton has been elected to the fellowship of a prestigious royal society.

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University reconnects with Nigerian students

The University of Wolverhampton is to reconnect with former international students by launching a Nigerian alumni association.

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University reinforces Dominican Republic ties

A delegation from the University of Wolverhampton visited the Dominican Republic as part of a trip to strengthen partnerships in the region.

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Academic wins top honour for University

An academic has become the University of Wolverhampton’s first senior fellow in a top higher education authority.

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University engineers new manufacturing course

A two-year engineering course which will boost local manufacturing in the black Country, has been launched by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Manufacture a career at engineering fair

Young students are being invited to manufacture a career with the University of Wolverhampton, at a new engineering fair.

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Women’s fitness expert to talk at Euro sports event

One of the country’s leading ambassadors for women’s fitness will give a headline talk at a University of Wolverhampton event.

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Business experts share management tips with Nigerian visitors

Civic leaders from Nigeria have spent time with business and academic experts from the University of Wolverhampton, learning how UK councils operate.

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University in talks to provide Sri Lankan law course

The University of Wolverhampton is considering plans to deliver a top law course to students in Sri Lanka.

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