December 2016

Ceramics lecturer fired up about election to international academy

David Jones, Senior Lecturer in Ceramics at the University of Wolverhampton, has been elected to the Council of International Academy of Ceramics (IAC).

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Students bank on success with enterprising ideas

Students showed off their entrepreneurial skills recently when they took part in a competition to promote enterprise at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Hervé Mallet Appointed as President and CEO of McInnis Cement

Former business degree student, Herve Mallet has been appointed President and Chief Executive of McInnis Cement

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Students enhance career credentials at law fair

The next generation of legal professionals have enhanced their career credentials at a University of Wolverhampton law fair.

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Student artist brews up success with eye-catching installation

A University of Wolverhampton art student is brewing up a successful career after creating an art installation for local brewery

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Students build on community success

University of Wolverhampton students are building on their recent success by helping to survey community buildings in Telford.

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Largest survey of UK Sikhs launched by University

Academics from the University of Wolverhampton have joined forces with the Sikh Network to develop the largest and most comprehensive survey of UK Sikhs.

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Conference explores dying well

The Dying Well Autumn Conference was held at the University of Wolverhampton recently.

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Smart City network on the way

The University of Wolverhampton has joined forces with The Black Country LEP and other key stakeholders to establish the Black Country Smart City Network.

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Christmas extravaganza to celebrate the best in the city

A Christmas extravaganza is coming to Wolverhampton as part of a special free event to celebrate the city.

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City’s first ever literary festival will kick off in January

Wolverhampton is hosting its first ever literary festival with a host of celebrated home-grown literary and musical talent set to appear at city venues.

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Scientists talk about penetrating the impenetrable at festive lecture

University of Wolverhampton scientists will share insights into their breakthrough research into the development of a male contraceptive pill at a festive lecture.

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University secures £8 million funding for disadvantaged young people

The University of Wolverhampton has secured over £8 million funding to help increase the number of young people progress into higher education.

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International cricket star Joe Root to visit University

One of the world’s top cricketers Joe Root will share his sporting expertise with University of Wolverhampton students through a new partnership.

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Inspirational lecturer scoops national teaching award

An inspirational University of Wolverhampton lecturer has received a prestigious national award recognising excellence in teaching.

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£4million redevelopment officially launched

A £4million redevelopment at the University of Wolverhampton has been officially unveiled at a special festive event.

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Experts support youth entrepreneurship in Africa

Young entrepreneurs in Africa are set to benefit from enterprising insights from University of Wolverhampton experts.

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Female literacy linked to teenage pregnancies in Africa

A high teenage pregnancy rate in Africa is directly linked to poor female literacy, researchers have found.

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First students start course at new medical institute

More than 20 hospital doctors have become the first students at an innovative new medical institute in Wolverhampton.

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University extends its learning reach across the globe

Students from countries across the globe have joined the University of Wolverhampton to study on its International Foundation Year course.

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University Progression Scholarship helps inspire students to aim higher

The University of Wolverhampton celebrated with students who have benefited from receiving scholarship funding to help them aim higher with their education.

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Animation student has designs on bringing death education to life

A University of Wolverhampton student is getting animated about winning a design contest recently.

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Graduate’s band review hits the right note with Fred Perry

A former University of Wolverhampton student is hitting all the right notes with his indie band, Semantics

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Book a place at University’s 50 year English celebration

The University of Wolverhampton’s Faculty of Arts is celebrating 50 years of English at a prestigious event being held in the city centre.

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Experts share international stage with Burmese leader

University of Wolverhampton inclusive education experts shared the stage of a major international event with State Counsellor of Myanmar,Aung San Suu Kyi.

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“Emergency services are heading for disaster” – say academic researchers

Continued attacks on public sector employment in the age of austerity have left frontline emergency services bereft of morale, stressed and under-valued

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New Head of Research Services appointed

The University of Wolverhampton has appointed a new Head of Research Services.

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Video students go the distance on Europe internship

University of Wolverhampton students went the distance recently when they snapped up internships in Malta.

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Bank hosts event to help raise interest in Degree Apprenticeships

The University of Wolverhampton teamed up with NatWest Bank recently to host an apprenticeship seminar

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University stages event for children from care backgrounds

The University of Wolverhampton staged an event for children and their families recently

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New website promotes manufacturing growth

The Elite Centre for Manufacturing has launched a new website designed to promote its course offer including specialist apprenticeships as well as short courses.

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