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Lecture to explore role of Medical Corps during First World War

A lecture to explore the work of the Royal Army Medical Corps during the First World War will take place at the University of Wolverhampton.

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VIDEO: Nostalgic tour for MBA Graduate Jueli

An MBA Graduate enjoyed a nostalgic tour of her former University campus when she visited during an Open Day.

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Lecturer offers a new generation of thinking

A Lecturer in English at the University of Wolverhampton has been selected as a New Generation Thinker for the BBC.

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Organised crime expert puts Mafia life under the microscope

An Oxford University criminology expert who went behind the scenes with Mafia gangs will share his experiences during a guest lecture at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Photographic exhibition celebrates life of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji

The University of Wolverhampton is hosting a photographic exhibition on the life and teachings of the revered tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

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BLOG: Should ‘upskirting’ be made a criminal Offence?

The debate about whether the behaviour known as ‘upskirting’ should be made a criminal offence has been reported in the media today; but what exactly is ‘upskirting’?

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First tenants move into new £10.1m Science Centre

The first three businesses have moved into the University of Wolverhampton’s new Science Centre.

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Student nurse inspired to write poetry

A University of Wolverhampton student has been inspired by her experiences of training to become a nurse to write poetry about the “beautiful career”.

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School pupils given insight into studying crime

School pupils were given an insight into the legal, social and economic aspects of crime during a two-day event at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Drone course partnership takes off with contract signing

The University of Wolverhampton has signed a partnership contract to deliver drone pilot courses over the next two years.

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Teachers and businesses get masterclass in product design at Telford

The University of Wolverhampton hosted a visit of Shropshire business mentors and teachers from local schools at its Telford Innovation Centre recently.

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FIRST DATES AS THRILLING AS JUMPING OUT OF A PLANE

Lovelorn Brits find the thrill of a first date as adrenaline inducing as jumping out of a plane, according to scientific research.

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University graduate hits the right note on The Voice

A University of Wolverhampton music graduate has hit the right note by winning the Turkish equivalent of The Voice.

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Students promote sporting opportunities in India

Sports students from the University of Wolverhampton travelled to India to run training camps for schoolchildren.

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Leading lawyer shares expertise with next generation

A law graduate from the University of Wolverhampton returned to the classroom to share her expertise with the next generation of lawyers.

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New home for wolf in Wolves

One of the city’s Wolves in Wolves statues has found a new home at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Stork sculptures put topic of migration on the local map

A University of Wolverhampton lecturer is crowdfunding to get a unique art project off the ground to raise awareness of migration and settlement in the UK.

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Funding secured to develop high level cybersecurity course

The University of Wolverhampton has secured £192,000 to develop cybersecurity courses in support of the Industrial Strategy.

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CASE STUDY: AMANDA ROSS

CASE STUDY: For single parent Amanda Ross, taking the plunge and enrolling for a degree at University was one of the best, but also most daunting, things she has ever done.

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Students go on safari in South Africa

Students studying for Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation degree courses at the University of Wolverhampton went on safari recently with a field trip to South Africa.

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Art students take exhibition on tour

University of Wolverhampton art students have taken their work on tour to Sutton Coldfield.

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Sweet taste of success for Moses

A pioneering lecturer from the University of Wolverhampton who is researching the healing power of sugar has been shortlisted for a national award.

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Theresa May and the Legislative Quick Fix

BLOG by Prof Kate Moss: Theresa May and the Legislative Quick Fix

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Knock-out success for student boxer

A University of Wolverhampton student is celebrating a knock-out success after clinching a gold medal at a sports championship.

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Media course secures industry accreditation

The University of Wolverhampton has achieved prestigious industry accreditation for one of its key media courses.

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Meeting to discuss future success of the regional economy

Capturing diversity of talent and increasing skills and productivity to ensure the future success of the regional economy will be the focus of a business meeting at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Spin-out company to develop new anti-cancer drug

The University of Wolverhampton and Caparo plc have agreed arrangements to invest in a spin-out company that is developing a new anti-cancer drug.

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New plans for Springfield Campus

New plans have been submitted by the University of Wolverhampton for its School of Architecture and the Built Environment at its £100m Springfield Campus development.

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Local author answers questions at University

Local author, Kit de Waal, is visiting the University of Wolverhampton for a Question and Answer session with students.

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Conference explores the link between the digital age and loneliness

The University of Wolverhampton is hosting an International conference which focuses on exploring the link between loneliness and the use of mobiles and social media.

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Theresa May and the Legislative Quick Fix

BLOG by Prof Kate Moss: Theresa May and the Legislative Quick Fix

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Australian Influenza – Cough and Sneeze Into Your Elbow

Not content with the four-nil drubbing in the Ashes series, Australia now hits us when we are down with Australian ‘flu?

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The epic political elegance of Emmanuel Macron

BLOG by Prof George Kassimeris: Macron’s visit to the UK underlined his credentials as a transformative political leader.

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Carillion: Taxpayer is left to pay the bill for failure

Mike Haynes, a professor of International Political Economy at the University of Wolverhampton, takes a look at Carillion's collapse in this blog written for the Express & Star.

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Whatever happened to our vision of a learning society?

BLOG by Prof Sir Alan Tuckett: Twenty years on from an influential education paper, a conference is set to consider what happened to our vision of a learning society.

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Chip Vulnerability Affecting Technology

The vulnerability in major chipsets that has been announced this week is being referred to as Spectre and Meltdown.

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Eating Elf-y at Christmas

BLOG by Wendy Nicholls and Tracey Devonport. It’s the time of year when there are treats and temptations everywhere ...

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Do exercise interventions enhance the body image of adolescent girls?

BLOG by Sharon Mc.Intosh-Dalmedo: It is well known that many female adolescents may experience body image concerns, with research into this expanding greatly over the last quarter of a century.

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The Psychology Behind Star Wars

Dr Danny Hinton, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, takes a look at the psychology behind Star Wars ahead of the release of The Last Jedi this week.

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Does snow melt your heart?

BLOG by Dr Tracey Platt: While this week’s wintry weather may have brought chaos to some, for others the sight of snow evokes pure joy.

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Too many non-friends in your Facebook ‘friends’?

BLOG: Social Cyberpsychology researcher Dr Lisa Orchard explains why a re-evaluation of your network may be beneficial.

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What monsters like General Mladić can teach us about human conflict

BLOG by Prof George Kassimeris.As there is war and human conflict, there will always be people willing to commit atrocities in exchange for power and privilege

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The Christmas Ad - Are you a Lover or a Hater?

BLOG by Sarah Williams: It’s that time of year again, M&S is beguiling us with Paddington’s Innocence, Aldi is wooing us with lovesick carrots and John Lewis is taking on the monster under the bed.

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Smartphones and teenage depression

BLOG: Reports linking teenage depression and smartphones overlook the positive benefits these devices also bring, says Dr Chris Fullwood, Reader in Cyberpsychology.

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Carles Puigdemont gambled and failed. The consequences will live on

BLOG by Professor George Kassimeris: By heading to Belgium, the president of Catalonia missed his chance to stand up to Madrid – and to show himself as a leader sticking to his principles.

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100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution

BLOG: Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences, Professor Mike Haynes, considers the centenary of the Russian revolution.

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Comment on the interest rate rise

BLOG: Dr Stuart Farquhar comments on the Bank of England announcing a rise in interest rates

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The psychology of humour and the link to well-being

Funny things – Wolverhampton’s new comedy festival - will be joined on Friday by Dr Tracey Platt, who will be explaining the links between the Psychology of Humour and Well-being.

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What happens in Wolverhampton goes to Vegas...

Find out how the University of Wolverhampton is part of the global conversation about musical theatre.

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Steph's Story: Things Get Better

So here I am writing for Student Stigma and I am excited but I am going to include a trigger warning, just to be considerate.

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Consumer label confusion?

Consumer label confusion? Professor Claire Hannibal, who is researching supply chain sustainability, looks at what lies behind the brands.

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What does the future hold? Four future megatrends and some possibly surprising responses

Why bother with the future? Well hopefully we will all have one. It is the future where we will be spending the rest of our lives.

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Boris Johnson has demonstrated a capacity for scheming that Machiavelli would have applauded

The UK’s foreign minister, Boris Johnson, is set to address the Conservative Party conference today amidst suggestions that he is deliberately undermining Theresa May’s leadership of the party.

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Reaction to Catalan referendum

I was born in Barcelona in Catalonia where I spent almost 30 years of my life before moving to the UK. My feelings are hard to describe but I would say they are a combination of sadness and anger.

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The trend of food shaming

With what we eat coming under the spotlight more and more, our food choices are frequently being judged as ‘good’ or ‘bad’. Dr Tracey Devonport looks at the increasing trend for food shaming

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Author Kit de Waal Words of Wisdom for New Students

I was an extremely late starter, not going to University until I was 52 and then only for a year to do a Creative Writing Master’s.

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Midlands Movie Interview - Award Winning Director Andrew Rutter

Filmmaker Andrew Rutter recently won Leicester’s 2017 The Short Cinema Main Competition Award for Best Film which is the culmination of many years hard work for the local director.

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Wayne Rooney retires young?

At the age of 31, record-breaking England goalscorer Wayne Rooney announced his retirement from international football.

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It's all go for judo!

Thursday 24 August 2017

As the World Judo Championships kick off in Budapest (28 August to 3 September 2017), we thought we’d give you the low-down on some of our own sporting successes in judo and beyond.

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A Lorra Talent

Renowned sculptor Emma Rodgers has exhibited her striking work worldwide, from the Victoria & Albert Museum to the Royal Academy of Art.