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  • Public concerns can be aired at Social Science cafe

    09/11/2010

    Public Seminar Series Autumn 2010 Venue: Tart Café and Food Store, 16 The Promenade, Gloucester Road, Bristol Time: 18.00 -19.30 (Café open from 17.30) Date: 11 November: Community Relationships in Crisis Are you concerned about the breakdown of communities, the work-life balance and the city as a space to think and dream as well as to live? Do you have questions about the role of education, or the personal and social consequences of globalisation, especially at a time of cutbacks? A public series of social science seminars is taking place at the Tart Café, Gloucester Road, Bristol to tackle such questions. The seminars are a chance for the wider community to share in the ideas, interests and research being pursued by staff and affiliates of the University of the West of England.

  • What links mountain bike armour, super heroes &Trufflehogs?

    09/11/2010

    South West Universities continue to champion enterprise SW Enterprise Awards - 16 November 2010 – Plymouth Holiday Inn Advanced manufacturing techniques to pioneer a mountain biking armour product, a photographic super hero who can be summoned by clients to save their valuable jumbled historical family photos and a children's picturebook publishing company - these are just a few of the ideas from regional entrepreneurs that are competing for a prestigious business prize.

  • UWE welcomes local schools and colleges to Creative Arts Degree Show

    11/06/2010

    UWE's School of Creative Arts will be hosting visits from more than 800 young people from schools & colleges across the region that are interested in art, design and media at the 2010 Creative Arts Degree Show next week.

  • UWE animation students promote cancer research

    26/04/2010

    A team of Animation students from the School of Creative Arts at the University of the West of England (UWE) have won first prize in a competition organised by the charity, Killing Cancer.

  • UWE's Digital Cultures Research Centre launches

    21/04/2010

    The Digital Cultures Research Centre (DCRC) at the University of the West of England has been officially launched at the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol, where it will share space with the Studio's diverse network of creative talent, technology companies and content commissioners.

  • Printers make their mark on Bristol for IMPACT 6

    09/10/2009

    Around 500 of the world's top printmaking experts from 25 countries will convene in Bristol 16th to 19th September 2009 to take part in the international IMPACT 6 conference at the world renowned Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) at the University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE.)

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