Archive for: January 2017

Vacancies at the University

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*. *Please note, the university reserves the right to shorten/extend the...

University Activity Survey

The physical and mental benefits of being physically active are well documented.  In light of this, the Sport and Recreation Service aims to increase active opportunities for the University population. Please help by completing this short survey which aims to investigate what activities the University population would enjoy and what barriers people may face...

Take part in the BBC’s Back in Time

Television production company Wall to Wall who have a variety of programmes, including Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC) and Long Lost Family (ITV) are looking for particpants for their BBC 2 living history programme Back in Time. The show explores British social history and follows a modern family as...

Vacancies at the University

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*. *Please note, the university reserves the right to shorten/extend the...

New staff at the University

New starters
 HR would like to welcome the following new starters to the University:   Mrs Siobhan Doolan Lecturer – Nursing Associate School of Health and Human Sciences Commenced employment on Monday 16 January 2017   Mr Nick Wadsworth Lecturer – Sport Psychology School of Sport and Biomedical Sciences Commenced employment...

News from the Chaplaincy

Drop-in meditation classes: Our Buddhist Chaplain, Kelsang Tumo will be re-starting the drop-in meditation classes on Thursdays at 12.45 for 15 minutes. The next one will be on Thursday February 2nd. “Let go of stress & refresh your mind with guided meditations to relax the body & mind.” Father...

University Activity Survey

The physical and mental benefits of being physically active are well documented.  In light of this, the Sport and Recreation Service aims to increase active opportunities for the University population. Please help by completing this short survey which aims to investigate what activities the University population would enjoy and what barriers people may face...

News from the Chaplaincy – January 2017

Drop-in meditation classes: Our Buddhist Chaplain, Kelsang Tumo will be re-starting the drop-in meditation classes on Thursdays at 12.45 for 15 minutes. “Let go of stress & refresh your mind with guided meditations to relax the body & mind.” Father Andrew Pastore, one of our Roman Catholic chaplains, is...

Student Peer Mentoring Scheme receives re-accreditation from the Mentoring & Befriending Foundation

Following an assessment in December, by the Mentoring & Befriending Foundation (MBF), the university’s Student Peer Mentoring Scheme has been successfully re-accredited with the ‘Approved Provider Standard’ (APS). The APS standard is the national quality benchmark designed specifically for mentoring projects and we’re proud to have achieved this again!...

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