Archive for: March 2016

Students’ TEDx triumph

University of Bolton students have been putting their professional talent to the test and passing with flying colours with Bolton’s first TEDx conference. Believed to be the first ever student-led TEDx, Bolton’s conference, titled Crossing Paths – Intersecting Ideas, brought together an eclectic group of speakers from all walks...

Job vacancies

vacancies
  Please find below details of new vacancies at the University – job description, person specification and further particulars – including how to apply – for these roles can be viewed on our website: http://www.bolton.ac.uk/vacancies or requested by email: *protected email*.   The University of Bolton strives to achieve equality...

Introduction to our Employee Association Survey

Employees
To enhance a sense of community and following your input at the strategic workshops at the Lakeside Hotel and an ‘all staff’ email dated 18 September 2015, the University is creating an Employee Association and would like your views.   The Employee Association’s main purpose is to extend the...

Psychology students pioneers for justice scheme

Psychology Justice
University of Bolton Psychology students are pioneers in a new Neighbourhood Justice Panel (NJP) scheme, joining a team that works to settle local disputes and minor crimes. Bolton is the first university in the region to have students volunteering on a Neighbourhood Justice Panel, an opportunity which gives them...

Diversity Day is here

Diversity
It is Diversity Day so come along to Chancellor’s Mall and the SLZ between 11.30am and 1.30pm on Wednesday 9 march 2016. The event is being opened by the Mayor of Bolton, Councillor Carole Swarbrick at 11.30am and our Pro Vice Chancellor, Baroness Warsi, will  be speaking. at 11.40am on...

The Deana Morris Prize for Fiction

heart books
Staff from across the University are invited to enter the University’s short story competition, run in conjunction with The Bolton Review. This year’s theme is ‘Space’ – you are free to make of that whatever you will: physical space, personal space, emotional space, intellectual space…all interpretations are welcome. The...

TIRI Conference – call for papers

TIRI Conference Crop
We are pleased to announce the University’s second annual TIRI Conference to be held 6 to 8 July. Call for papers – Deadline Friday, 22 April This year’s conference will be organised into four cross-School streams: student-centred pedagogy digital literacy employability & enterprise innovative research methods   Abstracts for workshops, research...

Events in the Chaplaincy

Events in the Chaplaincy, Hindu, Christian and Muslim, this week – All invited! As part of Diversity Day on Wednesday 9th (#UoB4Diversity) the Multi faith Chaplaincy will be offering insights and experiences from three of the major faith traditions with our local Bolton community, Hinduism, Christianity and Islam. 11.30am...

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