The University of Wolverhampton is hosting its fourth Business Achievement Awards (BAAs) on Wednesday 19th June 2019 at the Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton.
People hoping to chalk up a new career as a teacher are invited to an open evening at the University of Wolverhampton.
Jordan Bridges, 22 from Birmingham, has graduated with a degree in Mental Health Nursing from the University of Wolverhampton's Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing.
A local hospital trust leader has been awarded an honorary degree from the University of Wolverhampton for his contribution to healthcare in the region.
James Small has engineered a great career for himself after securing a degree in Engineering at the University of Wolverhampton.
MARIA VASILIOU, 23 from Cyprus has raised the bar on her aspirations to become a law academic by graduating from the University of Wolverhampton
The ‘On behalf of the People’ project has had a panel accepted for the 2019 Oral History Society Conference in Swansea.
School pupils have been given a taste of life in the courtroom at a University of Wolverhampton law competition.
Almost 1,000 students are set to celebrate their academic achievements when they graduate from the University of Wolverhampton this week.
Community champions, politicians and faith leaders gathered in Parliament to mark one of the most auspicious days in the Sikh calendar.
A student from the University of Wolverhampton put her talent on display at a recent event to celebrate women in architecture.
Professor Fabrice Laussy from the Faculty of Science & Engineering offers some insight into what a black hole is following the capture of the first image of a black hole by Astronomers.
Students from the University of Wolverhampton benefited from hands-on work experience at the TEDxWolverhampton event held recently.
University of Wolverhampton Racing continued their dominant form at Donington Park, securing three P2s from three races, and 2nd place in the championship behind the 2018 winner, Cian Carey.
Two budding legal eagles from the University of Wolverhampton are celebrating after arguing their way to the semi-finals of a national law competition.
A new scholarship to support international students is to be launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
Olympic gymnast and University of Wolverhampton student Kristian Thomas put students through their paces as part of National Biomechanics Day.
A former University of Wolverhampton student who was crowned Miss Black Country in 2018 is making a bid for the Miss England title this summer.
A University of Wolverhampton student has featured in a national TV and poster campaign which highlights focus on ability not disability.
Two University of Wolverhampton engineering students have been awarded scholarships to support them in their studies.
A talented University of Wolverhampton footballer has been selected to play for the English Universities squad.
A new course to improve the language skills of international healthcare professionals is to be launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
The University of Wolverhampton has struck a new partnership deal with neighbours Walsall Cricket Club.
University of Wolverhampton (UWR) Race Team engineering students have unveiled their 2019 MSVR Formula 3 Cup racing car at the Telford Innovation Campus.
Sports psychologist Professor Andy Lane offers expert insights into Wolves’ hopes in this weekend’s FA Cup semi final against Watford.
As Wolves FC prepare to head to Wembley to face Watford in the semi-final of the FA Cup, Senior Lecturer in Economics Dr Ian Jackson looks at the economic benefits for the Club and area.
The University of Wolverhampton is leading the way with supporting talented athletes in education after being accredited by a new initiative.
Professor David Crystal will be visiting the University of Wolverhampton to deliver a public lecture on Thursday 16th May 2019 - 'The Tongue that Shakespeare Spoke'.
The Centre for Sikh and Panjabi Studies at the University of Wolverhampton is holding a lecture on Tuesday 30th April 2019 to commemorate the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre Centenary.
Conference Report: Attending the ‘Working Environments and the Body’ conference, Shanghai, China, April 2018
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.
The 2018 Budget delivered on Monday 29 October by the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is likely to be the last fiscal statement before BREXIT which is scheduled on 29 March 2019.
As we near the climax of the centenary of the First World War, a nagging question remains: how and why did the British people endure four and a half years of such bloodshed?
Pia Gilland is undertaking a year-long placement in North East Arizona University in America through the University’s exchange scheme with a number of European and American universities.
Charlotte Lem, 21, a third year Multimedia Journalism student, blogs about her experiences and gives advice about what to expect in the first few months of University.
As the clocks go back and the nights get darker, it's tempting for people to stay in and exercise less. Who wants to run in the cold or dark or go to the gym when it's chilly?
Sebastian Groes blogs about his new research into what the Black Country smells like. Do we need to pay more attention to smell?
The location of the University of Wolverhampton means that various parts of the City Campus are separated by an inner ring road in the central areas.
Theresa May is set to deliver her speech to the Conservative Party conference later today. As George Kassimeris explains, the event has been dominated by divisions in the party over Brexit.
This month, we’re celebrating 25 years of success in sign language interpreter education and training at the University of Wolverhampton.
A few years ago I made a decision to study in the UK – and I have never regretted this choice, writes Multimedia Journalism student Sabine Trezune.
Exploring the ideas of ‘filth’ and ‘dirt’ in society, I am particularly interested in their relationship to the ‘highest’ values, the ideas of the sacred and the transcendent.