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Three University of Wolverhampton Nursing degree students have bagged a hattrick of healthy nominations at a prestigious awards ceremony with all three being shortlisted for their incredible efforts while studying. 

The Student Nursing Times Awards 2022 highlights excellence in all specialities of student nursing and brings together the nursing community to shine a light on the brightest talent making their way into the profession. It also provides the opportunity to congratulate the lecturers, practice supervisors, universities, trusts and private organisations providing the best support for student nurses during their studies. 

People looking to break into the world of filming live performances of everything from ballet concerts to rock shows are being offered the chance to join an exciting new skills bootcamp. Championed by The Space, the bootcamps offer students a compelling opportunity to be trained by some of the best in the industry on how to become a producer, vision mixer, or multi-camera director.

Two years of pioneering work by Birmingham City University to introduce cutting edge digital technology into Sherwood Forest has been recognised by the government.

The 5G Connected Forest (5GCF) project, led by Nottinghamshire County Council and delivered by University computer, data, network and AI scientists alongside industry partners, saw Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and ground-breaking robotics – including a forest ranger dog called Gizmo – at work in the famous ancient woodland.

Coventry University’s Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Arts and Humanities has made an impassioned plea about the value of arts courses as the UK creative industries bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking to the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, Professor Judith Mossman said recent changes to reduce government funding for arts courses were making the task of educating the next generation of creative workers harder. 

A team of University of Wolverhampton academics is working to improve the welfare and captive reproduction of primates across Europe – and the first phase of the project is now complete.

Dr Sara Fontani, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Post-doctoral Research Fellow from the University’s Faculty of Science and Engineering - Animal Behaviour & Wildlife Conservation group, has successfully completed the first phase of her project, The Enriched Primate, at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust – Jersey Zoo.

Careers advice and guidance risks entrenching inequality by steering people towards different educational and employment options according to their parents’ income and background, new research shows today.

The Social Market Foundation think-tank said that careers support is still “socially patterned” meaning that schools in wealthier areas tend to steer children towards higher education, while schools in less affluent places are more likely to emphasise vocational routes.