February 2008

Staff get on their bikes for charity

Friday 01 February 2008

Staff get on their bikes for charity

Two University of Wolverhampton staff are getting on their bikes to raise funds for a local hospice.   Tom Hicks and Gary O'Dea, both from the Department of Learning and ...

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New device to stop motorists misfueling their cars

Tuesday 05 February 2008

New device to stop motorists misfueling their car

A revolutionary new device to prevent motorists putting the wrong kind of fuel in their cars has been developed by the University of Wolverhampton.   The AA estimates that ...

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Students celebrate chinese new year

Thursday 07 February 2008

Students celebrate chinese New Year in style

University of Wolverhampton students were treated to traditional songs, games and Tai Chi at a special evening to celebrate Chinese New Year.   The event at Wolverhampton ...

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Monday 15 September 2014

Harvard scholar to talk at University

Dr Erica Chenoweth will visit the University of Wolverhampton on Tuesday, 12 February 2008. Her talk is entitled How Does Democracy Encourage Terrorism.   Dr Chenoweth is a ...

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An image of two students who took part in a competition which tested their courtroom skills.

Monday 15 September 2014

Courtroom skills put to the test

The final year LLB students, Mehran Kamranfar and Todd Killeen, took part in a mock court case at the National ICLR Mooting Competition for Law Schools.‌   The School of ...

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Tuesday 12 February 2008

Researcher ranked number one

Computer scientist and mathematician Professor Mike Thelwall has been named the number one expert in the field of ‘informetrics’. This is the science of measuring ...

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The image is of two people, who took part in the North pole marathon. One is the trainer and the other took part in the marathon.

Wednesday 13 February 2008

Lecturers train lawyer for North Pole marathon

    Kirsty Devonport is planning to strap a pair of snowshoes to her feet and run the 26.2 miles on ice in temperatures of around -30 degrees Celsius.   The ...

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Tuesday 12 February 2008

Law scholar returns to her roots

Professor Carol Jones grew up in Madeley and Ironbridge. Her parents, John & Ellen Boyle, moved to the area from Ireland in the 1940s. She attended the Abraham Darby School ...

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Thursday 14 February 2008

Wolverhampton MP for PM?

Paul Brighton, Head of Media at the University of Wolverhampton, is set to take part in the 2008 Wolverhampton Local History Symposium.   His presentation will focus on Sir ...

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Image of members of the University welcoming a russian visitor

Friday 15 February 2008

Uni welcome Russian visitor

Dr Gennadi Chebatoryov, the Rector of Tyumen State University (TSU) in Western Siberia, visited the University of Wolverhampton this week. He met with Vice Chancellor, Professor ...

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Monday 18 February 2008

Students celebrate graduation

The University will be holding graduation ceremonies at The Grand Theatre for the and all Postgraduate students on Wednesday, 20 February 2008.   Among the School of Health ...

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Monday 18 February 2008

Event for trainee teachers

Third year students at the (SEd) are set to attend a conference at the Walsall Campus on Thursday, 21 February 2008.   The SEd Third Year Conference is themed ‘Making ...

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Monday 18 February 2008

Chalk up a new career

The is hosting the event on Wednesday 27 February 2008, from 2pm-5pm, at the University’s Walsall Campus. There will be information about courses in Early ...

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Image of the social history who will give a lecture about the Victorian Black country at the University of Wolverhampton.

Wednesday 20 February 2008

Black Country history highlighted

  Professor Rick Trainor, Principal of King’s College London, will visit the city on Wednesday, 27 February 2008.   Professor Trainor, who is also the President of ...

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7/7 survivor to speak at uni

Thursday 21 February 2008

7/7 survivor to speak at Uni

A survivor of the July the 7th London bombings is to give a guest talk at the University of Wolverhampton.   Rachel North was in the first carriage of the Piccadilly line ...

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Thursday 21 February 2008

Computer whizzes at Uni

The Microsoft Inspiration tour will visit the University’s City Campus on Wednesday, 27 February 2008. Students will be able to glean tips and knowledge for use both in and ...

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Monday 25 February 2008

Double the fun at Uni open day

Both Wolverhampton City campus and Walsall campus will be hosting a full range of events and activities.   Everyone is welcome to attend the open day on Saturday, 1 March ...

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Two University of Wolverhampton students who have scooped a cash prize for their creative outdoor inventions. And other members are in the image with them.

Friday 22 February 2008

Innovative designs clinch prizes

    Final year students were given the task of designing a new garden or parkland product.   The winners were Nigel Moore, who designed a smoking shelter, and Alex ...

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Monday 25 February 2008

Concert by music students

The concert at The Crossing at St Paul's, Walsall, will take place at 7.30pm on Friday, 29 February 2008. Members of the public are welcome to attend the event, which is sponsored ...

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Tuesday 19 February 2008

Uni gig to be on MTV

Music channel MTV will be visiting the University of Wolverhampton to film a gig by an emerging local band.   The Fake Tracies, from Walsall, will be performing at the ...

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Monday 25 February 2008

Uni earthquake expert featured on Central News

  An earthquake measuring 5.2 on the Richter Scale was felt across Britain at 1am that morning, the biggest to hit the country since 1984. Although there was little damage ...

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Image of Professor George Kitas, Honorary professor of Rheumatology, used for Feb 2008 article Public lecture on arthritis

Thursday 28 February 2008

Public lecture on arthritis

  Professor George Kitas, Honorary Professor of Rheumatology, Musculosketal Health and Exercise at the University, will give the next public lecture on Wednesday, 5 March ...

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Thursday 28 February 2008

Uni backs fairtrade campaign

The University is applying for independent Fairtrade status, and opened a Fairtrade coffee bar at its Walsall Campus last month.   During Fairtrade fortnight, which started ...

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Thursday 28 February 2008

Student hits the right note

Shaun Tulloch, from Birmingham, is studying on the Music Industry Practice Foundation degree course. Now his work has been featured on the new Ministry of Sound compilation CD, ...

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Image of law students used for the article top win for budding lawyers

Friday 29 February 2008

Top win for budding lawyers

The five final year LLB (Hons) students travelled to London to take part in the world’s largest ‘moot’ – a mock court case – with 588 teams taking ...

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