An outstanding University of Wolverhampton Associate Professor has been shortlisted for a national award.
A new initiative to develop links and increase awareness of social science subjects at local schools has been launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
New state-of-the-art health lab facilities to be created at the University's Walsall Campus.
An increasing number of University of Wolverhampton students are boosting their employment skills by working on live projects with local businesses.
The University of Wolverhampton annual two day festival, Sci Fest 2019, is sparking interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).
Students at the University of Wolverhampton are more satisfied than they have ever been, according to a national survey.
An Olympic medallist has added a First Class degree from the University of Wolverhampton to his long list of accolades.
Innovative technology to provide safer internet surfing for children is being created by University of Wolverhampton cybersecurity experts.
A talented football star returned to home turf to inspire the next generation at a University of Wolverhampton event.
School pupils went behind the scenes at Wolves FC to experience a day in the life of a professional football club through a University of Wolverhampton and Aspire to HE project.
The achievements and dedication of staff members were celebrated at the Vice-Chancellor’s annual Staff Excellence Awards.
A talented University of Wolverhampton student is celebrating after clinching a top award recognising the achievements of women in construction.
A Willenhall school is chalking up success through the Teaching Apprenticeship programme with the University of Wolverhampton.
Leading lights from the worlds of sport, health, and animal behaviour were honoured at a special University of Wolverhampton event.
Strike a pose! Models took to a catwalk in Wolverhampton at an event organised by students.
More than 4,500 school pupils will don caps and gowns to graduate from a University of Wolverhampton programme which aims to raise children’s aspirations.
Students from the University of Wolverhampton have shown they have designs on careers in architecture by putting their degree work on display at their annual show.
A University of Wolverhampton lecturer has been honoured for her exceptional service by a leading professional body.
Two University of Wolverhampton students bagged first place at a unique film festival hosted by Business Disability Forum in London recently.
The University of Wolverhampton is hosting a conference in July to explore providing solutions to unlocking brownfield land.
A renowned University of Wolverhampton professor has received a national award in recognition of his dedication to lifelong learning.
The University of Wolverhampton hosted its fourth Business Achievement Awards (BAA) recently at the Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton in celebration of ambitious graduates and high flying businesses.
The University of Wolverhampton will be building its construction portfolio by offering two distance learning courses from September 2019.
The University of Wolverhampton has secured funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to deliver a ‘Composites & Additive Layer Materials Engineering Research & Innovation Centre’.
An ambitious University of Wolverhampton student is celebrating after securing a role at one of the top four global accounting firms.
President Roosevelt’s thinking on air power during World War II will be the focus of a public lecture at the University of Wolverhampton.
Costly hospital readmissions in geriatric patients could be nearly halved if the NHS offered simple follow-up ‘aftercare’ calls and home visits for patients, according to a new study.
The University of Wolverhampton has secured funding to uncover the hidden secrets of the Black Country.
The University of Wolverhampton will host the premiere of the UK performance of a musical celebration of extraordinary women.
Leading experts in early years education are to discuss the challenges facing children today at a University of Wolverhampton event.
Third year student Lauren offers up her tried-and-tested revision top tips.
Dr Hamid Pouran, Lecturer in Environmental Technology, examines the current European heatwave in relation to climate change.
The major network provider in the Netherlands (KPN) suffered a massive outage earlier this week, writes Information Security expert Tony Proctor. The main effect of this seems to have been the loss of
Compared with the outrage expressed by many UK journalists and newspapers who are not known regular followers of women’s football, Professor Jean Williams and Professor Tracey Davenport argue the need
This week we are celebrating National Breastfeeding Awareness Week in the UK, and those following parenting or breastfeeding groups within social media may see an increase in breastfeeding-related
After being back in the UK for nearly three weeks I can happily say my system has finally adjusted. The reality of being back from such an amazing experience is kicking in
The BBC's Killing Eve was the must-watch TV success of 2018. As it returns for a brand new series this weekend, University of Wolverhampton psychology experts take a look
Told for the first time, this is the story of Pola Roupa, the first and only female leader of a Greek terrorist group.
A dramatic week in football set to end with the culmination of the premiership. Sports psychologist Professor Andy Lane says it’s just as stressful for fans as the players and offers some advice
It has been a season to remember for the University of Wolverhampton which has been the most successful ever for our sports teams, writes Multimedia Journalism student Andrew Rigby.
As a research student interested in going into academia in a field that has become my passion, I have realised that I have been keeping an eye on the development of women in Higher Education (HE).
On International Women’s Day, Professor Rachel Slater considers a long standing question in gender and international development – will targeting women lead to gender equality and women’s empowerment
Modern life causes stress for many people. Tracey Devonport, Professor in Applied Sport and Exercise Science, offers some advice on how to cope…
When I was an undergraduate environmental science student I was very much exposed to the thinking of Rene Dubos who is often attributed as being the originator of the slogan “Think Globally, Act Local
Settling back into classes after the winter break has been very chilly! With midterms already approaching, this term is going unbelievably fast. We escaped for a mini weekend break in Chandler.
Isabella Danks is a recent BSc (Hons) Midwifery graduate from the University of Wolverhampton. She recently travelled to Iloilo in the Philippines on a two-week midwifery placement.
Cyber expert, Professor Prashant Pillai explores how, with technology developing at a faster pace than ever, the automotive industry needs to keep apace.
Multimedia Journalism student blogs about her work placement and subsequent freelance role at ITV News Central in Birmingham.
Over your on-campus morning coffee, take a moment to look up from the words in front of you and notice the familiar product names on the standard menu you ordered from.
Former Greek prime minister Andreas Papandreou is widely regarded as a key figure not only in contemporary Greek history, but in 20th century European politics.
PhD student and Dudley community pharmacist, Olutayo Arikawe, is working with academics from the School of Pharmacy on a project to develop new services in community pharmacy.
I finally feel like I have fully settled into the American College life whilst still finding time to explore the USA. Multiple choice exams, class discussions and attendance points all came together
One hundred years on from a ground-breaking report into adult education, Professor of Education, Sir Alan Tuckett, calls for a major policy rethink.
Just like any athlete that comes back from injury, Andy Murray is in the period of uncertainty of ‘How long have I got to go?’ How much can I put upon my body and asking himself ‘Am I enjoying playing
Lee Elliott Major, the Chief Executive of the Sutton Trust, recently noted that with an estimated £800 million a year spent by UK universities on outreach activities, the low level of evaluation that
Laura Powell, a third year Multimedia Journalism Student, blogs about her decision to spend a semester at a US university.
Mediterranean Europe must accept the reality of its history rather than trying to rewrite it.
Cybercrime is an increasing problem worldwide and, with data now the most valuable asset for modern society, our critical national infrastructure is under threat like never before.
Peter Jackson’s handling of archive film and sound is masterful and innovative, but his generalised account of the First World War risks re-entrenching some deeply conventional myths and misconception
Learning disability nursing is celebrating its 100th birthday next year, just as I hope to be taking my first steps in this amazing branch of nursing.