The purpose of Rich Exchanges is to bring together colleagues and students from across the University, providing opportunities to share, reflect and discuss examples of best practice.
This is delivered via:
See below for some of the latest acheivements from staff at the University of Wolverhampton in the field of Learning and Teaching.
Discover how Dr Rosie Miles brought 19th Century to life with social media.
Inspirational academics have received prestigious education awards in recognition of their work.
The University of Wolverhampton continues to invest in great learning spaces to support great learning and teaching.
The Rosalind Franklin Building is an exciting addition to the City Campus of the University of Wolverhampton. It serves students, staff and the wider community of the West Midlands in furthering the advancement of science. The building provides a state of the art environment where students are taught the key practical skills associated with their studies in three large 90-seater teaching laboratories. Students work alongside research staff on projects which contribute toward new scientific discoveries in their field. The facilities also provide an opportunity for the wider community to engage in science, offering schools, colleges and local employers the chance to explore science and develop practical skills.
There has also been significant investment in new £300,000 teaching facilities aimed at equipping the pharmacists of tomorrow with hands-on experience; New £300,000 Pharmacy teaching facilities open.
If you would like any further information or would like to get involved with any aspect of Rich Exchanges please email the Rich Exchanges Team at RichExchanges@wlv.ac.uk.