Module leader for poetry at the University, Anne Caldwell, is already an award-winning poet and literature specialist. She has taught on the University of Bolton’s MA and undergraduate programmes since 2009.
Now the AQA exam board has approached Anne’s publisher, Cinnamon Press, to request that one of her poems is featured in their exams, either A level or GCSE, in a few years’ time. ‘So students who come here to study will have already written in response to my work. Very flattered to be asked,’ said Anne. One of Anne’s current students will be having a brush with fame soon too, second-year Anabela Vero has a 20 minute slot on Bolton FM next week when she will be reading her poetry.
Special Effects students at the University of Bolton have been treated to the inside scoop on the production of some of the UK’s biggest Christmas adverts.
The founder of leading SFX company Artem, Mike Kelt, visited the University to advise students on the industry, employability and recount exciting behind-the-scenes stories. Read more here…
Strength, conditioning and nutritional science are powering forward the performance of two North West boxers working with University of Bolton masters student, Sam Bradbury.
By day, Sam is a sports science lecturer at Cheadle College in Stockport. At weekends he focuses on his Strength and Conditioning MSc coursework and in the evenings he is SJB Training, working with North West boxers Luke Blackledge and Jack Flatley amongst other combat athletes. Read more here…
Inspiring the next generation of artists took our School of the Art’s Art & Design Saturday Club to London recently.
The club, which has branches in universities across the country, offers young people the opportunity to study art and design every Saturday morning free of charge.
The national event brought together 1,500 students, giving them the chance to meet other club members from across the UK and to see themselves as part of a national network. Read more here
More than £1,300 has been raised for charity by students and staff from he University’s School of Creative Technologies, taking part in a Games Jam in aid of charity. The event ran over three days with teams of games course students creating games from scratch, based on a theme given to them on the Friday. Students each paid £10 to enter with the proceeds going to Special Effect, a charity that designs and implements solutions to enable physically disabled people to play games.
Got a news story or an upcoming event you would like including in the weekly bulletin?
Log in with your university account to tell us more ...