Archive for: May 2016

Pensions communications

pensions
Teachers’ Pension Scheme Teachers’ Pensions is going through a communication exercise. The aim is to get Teachers in England & Wales to sign up to My Pensions Online. Keeping up to date with your pensions is vital and the easiest way to do this as a member of the...

New staff at the University

New starters
HR would like to welcome the following new starter to the University:   Mr Mark Chapman Lecturer in Dental Technology Commenced employment on Monday 16 May 2016   Miss Pam Parker Part-time Cleaner Commenced employment on Tuesday 17 May 2016   We wish Mark and Pam every success in...

Mass Observation goes 21st century

Worktown
One hundred first-year School of the Arts students from across all disciplines have come together to create Worktown Revisited, a contemporary response to the 1937 Mass Observation. The landmark social history project which centred on Humphrey Spender’s photography is showcased at Bolton Museum and the University of Bolton is...

News from the Chaplaincy

During Examinations and Assessments, from Monday (16th) there will be “peace” pebbles available in the chaplaincy. We encourage anyone, staff or students, to pop in a choose a pebble – to keep in your pocket or place on your desk – as a reminder that we wish everyone in...

Students celebrate University staff in SLTAs

SLTAs
University of Bolton students have been celebrating the achievements of University staff, selecting the winners of the much-coveted annual Student Led Teaching Awards (SLTA). The awards ceremony, held recently, was hosted by the Students’ Union who run the SLTA each year. Bolton Students’ Union says these awards are a...

Bolton Review – on sale now

Bolton Review
Read all about it! The fourth issue of The Bolton Review, the University of Bolton’s student-led creative writing magazine is out. Hosted by its current editor, Creative Writing student Louise Wilkes, the event launch event last week included readings by writers published in the new issue. The Review, packed...

Student Yearbook photo roll call

students - yearbook
  Can you please encourage your final year students to get involved in the Student Yearbook project and remember to get their photographs taken by Adrian Greenhalgh who is taking pictures in the Mall from Monday 16 May. This is a great opportunity to capture as many memories as we can...

News from the Chaplaincy

universe
During May: Holy Communion at 12.15 on Wednesdays in the Quiet Room. The Anglican chaplain is leading these services and everyone is welcome. Our regular activities continue: Tuesdays at 8.15am – Morning Prayer with Gill Smart. 15 minutes of Christian worship and prayer to get the day started well....
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