|Education students learn about benefits of collaborative working|
Education and LNA (Linked Name Awards) students at the University of Wales, Newport have benefited from a guest lecture on how collaborative working can enhance children’s learning.
|Computing course returns to Newport this autumn|
The University of Wales, Newport is reintroducing Computing studies with the launch of a cutting-edge degree course in Computer Science from this September.
|QWEST Employability Project evaluated|
An evaluation report on the first phase of the QWEST project led by the University of Wales, Newport was recently undertaken by Cotyledon Community Interest Company (CIC) and Associates.
|Newport student's hard-hitting debut film released|
Masters student Steven Keen has released his astonishing film about child slavery and a modern African hero.
|Newport academic shortlisted for national achievement award|
A researcher and academic from the University of Wales, Newport has been shortlisted for the Asian Women of Achievement Awards for her work across many different sectors.
|3VTV project highlighted at national digital conference|
A University project which uses hyperlocal media to champion the high street is to go on show at a national event.
|Annual Writing Competition welcomes comic Poet laureate|
The University of Wales, Newport recently welcomed comic poet John Hegley to the Caerleon Campus to present awards to the winners of the Annual Writing Competition.
|Funding set to help future sporting events be the best yet|
Staff at the University of Wales, Newport’s Sports Centre have been awarded a grant to help make the University’s Isca Duathlon one of the most accurate and efficient races on the circuit.
|Inspiring staff recognised at Vice Chancellor’s Enterprise Educator Awards|
University of Wales, Newport staff who have demonstrated enterprise in their academic practice have been recognised at this year’s Vice Chancellor’s Enterprise Educator Awards.
|Newport Calendar raises over £700 for charity|
A calendar featuring iconic images of Newport has raised over £700 for a local children’s charity.
|Student helps Asian girls and women to escape the sex trade|
A final year Film & Video student has worked with an international charity in Cambodia to help free girls and young women from sex trafficking.
|Education Minister praises Newport research|
A conference held by the University of Wales, Newport on Learning Spaces and the Student Experience has received praise from the Welsh Government Education Minister Leighton Andrews.
|Artwork goes on show to transform town|
Artwork by Newport University’s Photographic Art students is now proudly displayed across Pontypool town centre, as part of a major regeneration project.
|Inspiring the next generation of Sport Leaders|
Young people from across Gwent came together to learn about the work of Sport Leaders and volunteering organisations at a recent conference hosted by the University of Wales, Newport.
|State-of-the-art Learning Zone is officially opened|
The Blaenau Gwent Learning Zone has been officially opened in partnership with the University of Wales, Newport, Blaenau Gwent Council and UHOVI (Universities Heads of the Valleys Institute).
|Postgraduate students learn from local business|
Masters students from the University of Wales, Newport Business School will once again be working with car parts manufacturer Continental Teves UK in Ebbw Vale, a major local employer.
|Spotlight on Men’s Health|
Student Services at the University of Wales, Newport have developed a website to provide advice and support on men’s health issues.
|Newport’s Computing students in live assessment with Gwent Police|
This week saw Newport’s Computing students take part in the annual Computer Forensic Investigation Mock Trials .
|Business start-ups flourish thanks to Bright Ideas|
New business start-ups are flourishing at Newport thanks to support from the Bright Ideas Den at the University.
|Student in the running for business support from Dragons’ Den star in national competition|
Postgraduate student Neil Cairns has won the opportunity to receive business advice from Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden as part of a competition to find and accelerate the most promising young businesses in the area.