November 2014

Tuesday 04 November 2014

University Film Makers attend Royal Television Awards

  Students and graduates from the University’s School of Media attended the awards ceremony as finalists of the Student Awards. Over 350 guests attended the black ...

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Wednesday 05 November 2014

Gene ‘switches’ could predict when breast cancers will spread to the brain

Scientists have found a pattern of genetic ‘switches’ – chemical marks that turn genes on or off - that is linked to breast cancer’s spread to the ...

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Racing car

Wednesday 05 November 2014

University takes delivery of new racing car for students

The University of Wolverhampton has bought a Formula Renault car as part of its plans to offer a range of Motorsport and Automotive Engineering courses from 2015.  A ...

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Wednesday 05 November 2014

University’s First World War Study Day

The University invites members of the public to attend a First World War day-school ‘Soldiers and Sisters: British Medicine on the Western Front.’ The study day will ...

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Aeroplane

Thursday 06 November 2014

New airport security screening method more than 20 times as successful at detecting deception

A study found that airport security staff caught ‘mock’ airline passengers with deceptive cover stories more than 20 times as often as those who examined body language ...

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Wolves Academy

Thursday 06 November 2014

New Wolves academy classroom named after Sir Geoff

The University is the principal sponsor for the new £7m facility at Compton Park, which was officially opened today (Thursday November 6 2014) It features an indoor 3G ...

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Friday 07 November 2014

University shortlisted by Wolverhampton Law Society

The University of Wolverhampton Legal Advice Centre has been shortlisted as Community Champion of the Year by the Wolverhampton Law Society. The Law society recognises the ...

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Friday 07 November 2014

Over 1500 students and graduates attend University Recruitment Fair

Organised over 2 days, the Annual Recruitment Fair attracted over 70 top employers and volunteering organisations including; Irwin Mitchell, UTC Aerospace, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, ...

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Microscope

Monday 10 November 2014

New treatment for cervical cancer developed using anti-alcohol drug

The ring delivers the drug Disulfiram direct to the cervix in a controlled and sustained manner, potentially reducing the need for surgical intervention and providing a novel ...

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Rosalind Franklin Building

Tuesday 11 November 2014

First phase of new Science Centre opens to students

The ground and first floors of the Rosalind Franklin Building in Stafford Street have been completed by contractors Kier. The first phase completion means the main entrance and ...

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Wednesday 12 November 2014

Pioneering Music Course partnership leads to Scottish first

The University has partnered with the national Academy of Music and Sound to deliver BA (Hons) Performance Industry (Top-up) courses. It is the first time students have been ...

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Wednesday 12 November 2014

University to host prestigious military history conference

The annual British Commission for Military History New Research conference highlights current research undertaken by postgraduates and early career historians. More than ...

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Tablets

Thursday 13 November 2014

Top accreditation for Pharmacy course

The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) awarded the University full accreditation for the next six years for the Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) degree course. This follows a ...

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blue-star

Friday 14 November 2014

Student’s charity receives almost £30,000 from Children in Need

Sian McGuinness, who studies at the University of Wolverhampton, recently won the 2014 Contribution to the Community Award at the Signal Radio Pride in the Community Awards ...

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Monday 17 November 2014

University of Global Opportunity

As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the University are hosting a series of activities and challenges within their Enterprise Department in collaboration with SPEED ...

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Tuesday 18 November 2014

Nursing expert takes up national role

Professor Laura Serrant has been seconded to the Chief Nursing Officer for England’s team for a year as Research Lead for Compassion in Practice.She will lead the national ...

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Tuesday 18 November 2014

University students snap Wolves experience

‌Charlotte Walker and Ben Mortimer, two second year students studying Photography at the University of Wolverhampton have secured a seasonal placement with Wolverhampton ...

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Tuesday 18 November 2014

University welcome students from Turin

Ten students from the University of Turin attended lectures in the Faculties of Arts, Social Sciences and Education, Health and Wellbeing as part of an exchange programme between ...

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Greg Whyte OBE

Thursday 20 November 2014

Celebrity sports trainer to visit University

Former Olympian Professor Greg Whyte OBE, who also trained Gary Barlow, Cheryl Cole and Chris Moyles to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, will share his experiences with students from the ...

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Vice-Chancellor, Professor Geoff Layer, Minister for Sport and Tourism, Helen Grant MP, and Kerrith Brown, Chair of the British Judo Association.

Monday 24 November 2014

Government minister visits Judo Centre

Helen Grant MP, Minister for Sport and Tourism, visited the Walsall Campus as part of a regional visit.The minister, who was under-16 Judo Champion in North of England and ...

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Thursday 27 November 2014

Event set to boost travel and tourism career opportunities

The Institute of Travel and Tourism (ITT) Future You on the Road: University of Wolverhampton event is aimed University and college students seeking a career in the industries. ...

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