Across all Faculties at the University of Wolverhampton, we have internationally renowned academics specialising in specific areas of research who are happy to speak to the media and offer insights into their areas of expertise.
We cover a range of research topics including Sports Psychology, Homelessness, War Studies, Economics, Religious Studies as well as Science and Engineering.
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Entrepreneurship Education, Entrepreneurship & SME Development in Africa, Africa’s Informal Economy/Informal Sector, Youth Employment and Employability, Economic and State Fragility in Africa, Forced Migration from Africa to Europe.
Modern Warfare and Conflict (Mid-19th Century to the Present Day), War Propaganda, Media Coverage of Warfare and Conflict, Media-Military Relations, The British Army (Mid-19th Century to the Present Day), The Boer War (1899-1902). The First World War (1914-1918). The Second World War (1939-1945 Particularly the Battle of Normandy 1944), The Falklands War (1982), The Gulf War (1991), Cavalry and All Aspects of Horses in Warfare (Mid-19th Century Onwards).
Print Media of Women Athletes, Sport and Identity, Women and Girls, Sport and Inclusion and Exercise Dependence.
The Use of the Internet in Health by Patients and by Healthcare Professionals, Digital Health, Self Management for People Living with Long Term Health Conditions, Participatory Healthcare, Healthcare Professional (Especially Nurse). education
International Corruption, Fraud and Corruption in Sport, Gambling Industry, Individuals and Gambling and Crime, Organised Crime and Gambling and Whistleblowing.
Professor Brooks has been interviewed on BBC 5 Live.
Ageing Dancers, Range of Motion, Conditioning for Dancers, Dance Training Protocols
Food Production Nutrition Safety, Chemical Engineering and Biochemical Engineering.
Professor Cox has been interviewed on BBC Radio WM.
Sport psychology, Exercise psychology, Performance psychology, Stress, Coping, Emotion regulation, Emotional intelligence, Emotional eating and Body image.
Tracey has contributed to expert pieces for publications such as Marie Claire, Women's Running, National Student, Women's Health, and the Metro. She has also featured in interviews with Heart FM, Beacon Radio and Radio Yorkshire.
Electronics Packaging and Assemblies, Failure Analysis and Reliability Engineering, Renewable Energy, Technologies for Energy Infrastructure and Technologies for Smart Cities.
Corporate Governance, Board of Directors, Executive Compensation, Sports Economics.
Haitian Vodou, New Orleans Voodoo, History of New Orleans, Witchcraft, Horror Films 1930-1970, Zombie and Voodoo Cinema, Representations of Voodoo in Literature, Film, TV, Theatre, Animation, Illustration, Haitian Art and Representations of Gypsies and Romani (UK and Europe).
Labour History/Trade Unions, Coal Mining History, Popular Music, Youth Culture, Spiritualism/Supernatural and Working Class Culture.
Genetics, Rare Diseases, Chronic Kidney Conditions, Ciliopathies, Genomics, Inherited Paediatric Conditions, Molecular Biology.
Cinema, Popular Music, Culture and Politics, Feminism, Pornography, Theology and Popular Culture and Horror Films.
Architecture, Built Environment, Surveying, Accessible Environments, Health and Safety, Flooding, Facilities Management, Work Based Learning, Employability
Work and Organisational Psychology, Personality Assessment, Psychometric Testing, Fairness in Assessment and Recruitment and Selection.
Poverty, Social Exclusion and Marginalisation, Food Banks, Regeneration, Communities and Welfare.
Coaching & Mentoring (particularly within the public sector, for instance; the UK Police), Learning and Development, Women and Leadership, Leadership and Change, Employability Skills
Military History, British Army, Special Forces, Anglo-Boer War (1899 – 1902), First World War (1914 – 1918) and War in Iraq (2003 – Present).
School Collaboration, School Networks, Educational Leadership, Vulnerable Familes, School Improvement, Education Policy.
Religion, Religious Education, Free schools, Religion and Society, Caste and the South Asian Community, South Asian Religious Communities in the UK, Religion and Gender, Sikh and Hindu Issues and Indian/Eastern Spirituality.
Terrorism, Political Violence, Extremism, War & Conflict.
Biological Weapons, Bio-Terrorism, Learning Technology and Public Engagement with Science.
School Meals, Food Studies, Reseach on School Canteens, TESOL.
Sport Psychology, Wellbeing, Exercise as Medicine, Emotional Control, Stress, Performing Under Pressure, Emotional Eating, Mental Skills Training, Mental Toughness, Resilience and Emotional Intelligence.
Corporate Governance, Value-Creating Boards, Board Diversity and Women on Boards.
Inclusion in Sport and Physical Activity, Evaluating the Impact of Sport, Sports Policy and Practice.
Women’s Homelessness, Domestic Abuse and Homelessness Policy, Theory and Practice.
Tissue Viability, Wound Management and Use of Granulated Sugar on Wound Healing.
Design for Dementia, Mindful Design, Design for Behaviour Change, Craft
Arts education, Applied Arts and Health/Wellbeing, Learning and Teaching, Art-Based Research, Heritage Education, Drama/Theatre.
Tourism Management, Event Management, Tourism & Regeneration, Tourist Experience, Cold War Tourism, Urban Exploration.
Industrial Relations, Strikes, Wages, Bargaining and Negotiations, Trade Unions, Union Relations with the Labour Party and Employment Conditions.
Professor Seifert regularly offers his expertise on BBC Radio.
Sport and Inspirational Leadership, Coach-Athlete Relationship, Transitions in Sport and Applied Sport Psychology.
Retailing and Consumption of Menswear in Britain (c. 1880-1939), Civilian Men in England During the First World War, English Middle-Class Fathers and Sons (c. 1880-1918).
Primate Behaviour, Primate Chemical Ecology, Primate Olfaction (including Humans) and Zoo Animal Welfare
Olympic and Paralympic History, Cultural Olympiad, European Football (Especially Women’s Football), History of Sport, Sport Products and Commercialisation, Heritage and Sporting Museums and Wider Cultural Industry Links with Sport (Literature, Music, Fashion, Toys).
Mobile Phone Filmmaking, Film Festival Studies, Contemporary British Film Drama, Stillness and Movement in Film, Phenomenological Film Philosophy, Screen Aesthetics, Dialogue-absent Filmmaking and Practice-based Research.
Dance Medicine, Dance Science, Dance Injury, Dance Training, Strength Training and Vitamin D.