September 2008

Friday 01 August 2008

Students celebrate graduation

    The University will hold graduation ceremonies for its 10 academic Schools from today, Monday, September 1, 2008.   More than 4,000 students will receive their ...

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Monday 01 September 2008

Launch of ginger exhibition

  David Rann, who is studying a MA in Fine Art at the , had a huge response after he launched an appeal for ginger, titian and auburn haired volunteers to come forward for ...

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Tuesday 02 September 2008

Students blogging China experiences

    The unique language and culture visit was piloted last year and proved so successful that 15 more students have jetted off this year.   The China Study Trip ...

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From right to left are, Rachel Harris, Jane Harris and Sophie Harris.

Tuesday 02 September 2008

Keeping it in the family....

    The Harris family, from Dudley, have been studying hard for the last three years and now mum Jane and her two daughters Rachel and Sophie are preparing to collect ...

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Wednesday 03 September 2008

Chance to study Uni modules

  Pupils can study undergraduate modules in subjects including fine art, business, literature, engineering and applied science at the University of Wolverhampton.   Year ...

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Thursday 18 September 2014

Focus on student volunteering

    The University is to host a one-day conference for students, academics, practitioners and representatives of the voluntary sector at Wolverhampton Science Park on ...

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Friday 05 September 2008

Fashion icon awarded honorary degree

    Barbara Hulanicki was presented with an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Design by the University’s   Barbara, who now lives in Miami, said she was ...

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Friday 05 September 2008

Degree for Athlete Michelle

    Athletics star Michelle Thomas has completed a BSC (Hons) Sports Coaching degree with the .   Michelle, who won silver in the 4x400m relay at the 1998 Games, ...

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Friday 05 September 2008

Artwork showcased to the public

    The ULTIMATE:08 MA graduation show covers a variety of mediums from ceramics to graphic design, fine art to glass, furniture to interactive and interior ...

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Lisa Potts in graduation gown, and scroll

Friday 05 September 2014

University of Honour for Lisa

    Lisa came to national prominence in 1996 when she was working as a nursery nurse at St Luke’s School in Blakenhall, Wolverhampton. A man armed with a ...

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Monday 08 September 2008

Focus on high street shopping

    'Clone Towns? The High Street in Historical Perspective', will be held on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 September 2008 at the University’s Telford ...

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Tuesday 09 September 2008

New course for businesses

    The part time foundation degree in Business Management is designed for people who have a job but would like to increase their skills and gain a ...

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Hannah Randall

Wednesday 10 September 2008

Top job for Hannah

    Hannah Randall, from Stafford, beat off tough competition to gain a position at Martineau Johnson in Birmingham.   The 26-year-old has double the reason to ...

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Wednesday 10 September 2008

Dancers to perform at ArtsFest

    The eight students will perform at ArtsFest in Birmingham’s Chamberlain Square on Saturday, 13 September 2008, at 6.30pm.   Internationally renowned ...

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Thursday 11 September 2008

Pupils say "Bore Da" to new resource

Language Networks for Excellence is launching the resource to help Welsh pupils gain a Certificate in Business Language Competence (CBLC) in French, German or Spanish. The ...

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Friday 19 September 2014

All the world's a stage....

    Void Physical Theatre consists of recent graduates of the Drama & Performance programme at the . Paul Atkins, Rebecca Ball, James Latham and Adam Day all chose ...

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Laerdal SimMan

Monday 15 September 2008

Official launch for Hi-Tech Mannequins

    The University’s is the first in the UK to have welcomed a family of ‘SimMen’ to give trainee nurses and other medical professionals hands-on ...

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Wednesday 17 September 2008

New mentoring scheme launched

    The deaf mentoring scheme is believed to be the first of its kind in the world and partners new students with a peer who is also deaf and can provide guidance and ...

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Tuesday 23 September 2008

New book on social work

    Paul Stepney, Lecturer in Social Work at the , has launched a new book, ‘Social Work and the Community: A critical context for practice’.   The book ...

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Wednesday 24 September 2008

New degree in auctioneering

    The new Foundation Degree in Auctioneering and Valuation is believed to be the first of its kind in the UK.   Students will be taught how to value and auction ...

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Adam Hawkey demonstrates the vibration training

Wednesday 24 September 2008

Good Vibrations

    Astronauts lose between one and two percent of their bone every month they spend in space, and this is one of the major problems of space travel. During space ...

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Thursday 25 September 2008

Uni opens doors to visitors

    The Open Day will take place at both the Wolverhampton City and Walsall Campuses on Saturday, 27 September 2008.   Prospective students and their families will ...

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Friday 26 September 2008

Centre receives top award nomination

  The (CIC) has been selected as a finalist for The Engineer Technology & Innovation Awards 2008.   The awards, which are organised by The Engineer magazine and ...

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Two University of Wolverhampton staff have raised more than £2,000 for charity by completing a cycle challenge.

Friday 19 September 2014

Charity success for cyclists

Keen cyclists Tom Hicks and Gary O’Dea, both from the Department of Learning and Information Services, presented £2,160 to Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge. The ...

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Monday 29 September 2008

Historian to address prestigious international conference

    Dr Stephen Badsey will be addressing the Chief of Army’s annual Military History Conference in Canberra in October.   This year’s theme is The ...

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Norah Goodreid, Dean of School Brian Mitchell, and Anne-Marie Goodreid

Monday 29 September 2008

National awards for students

   The University achieved the highest number of winners and commendations in the Xcel Student Awards 2008, which recognise and celebrate the achievements of students ...

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Tuesday 30 September 2008

Great Wall trek for Uni staff

    Dr Petula Nurse and Annette Fitzpatrick, both from the , are preparing for the demanding challenge which takes place in October.   They will be raising funds ...

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Tuesday 30 September 2008

Top win for record-breaker Steve

  Steve Prowse, who is visually impaired, won the British Blind Sport National Outdoor Archery Contest.   He scored 1,330, beating the previous record of ...

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