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  • UWE Bristol and HP partner to bring clean energy to Kenyan orphanage


    UWE Bristol in partnership with HP, has unveiled a new biodigester* at Baraka Children's Home, an orphanage in Nguu Tatu village just north of Mombasa, Kenya. This is the first step in a wider initiative to improve the quality of life for Kenya's children: the Empower Kenya project.

  • UWE Bristol student still dancing after catastrophic accident thanks to student sports club


    A cycling accident that resulted in her leg being amputated has not stopped inspirational UWE Bristol law student, dancer and cheerleader, Annabelle Turner from completing her degree with a 2:1 just eight months later.

  • UWE Bristol in top 12 universities for lowest levels of graduate unemployment


    UWE Bristol has maintained its strong position for graduate employment according to the latest figures on graduate destinations. The latest Destinations of Leavers of Higher Education figures, published by the Higher Education Statistics Authority, show that despite the recession and a very challenging year for graduate jobs, unemployment levels among UWE graduates only went up by 0.1% from 6.6% to 6.7%.

  • UWE Bristol student qualifies for London 2012 Olympic Games


    UWE Bristol student Andrew Pozzi has won the men's 110 metre hurdles at the British Olympic trials and gained a place in Team GB for London 2012 with a time of 13.41 seconds.

  • UWE Bristol student gains recognition for wild orchid research


    A UWE Bristol student is pursuing a passion for researching wild orchids alongside his undergraduate history degree.

    At 21, Dino Zelenika is used to being the youngest person at the various orchid associations and meetings he attends. Despite his age Dino has already carried out field research into wild orchids in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BH) where he was born. This research with his photos will feature in the latest issue of the RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) journal The Orchid Review. The Orchid Review is the oldest and most influential orchid magazine in the world, and has been published since 1893, when Victorian society was in the grip of orchid mania.

  • UWE Bristol student Andrew Pozzi wins Gold in 110m hurdles


    British hurdling athlete, Andrew Pozzi, who is a student at UWE Bristol struck Gold and smashed the record in the 110m Hurdles final at the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) outdoor championships last weekend (5-6 May 2012), at the Olympic Stadium in London.

  • UWE Bristol students have Graduate Fashion all sewn up

  • UWE Bristol students celebrate the Cultural Olympiad through street art project


    April saw the start of an exciting new art project at UWE Bristol celebrating the Cultural Olympiad through a series of sporting street art works.

  • UWE Bristol students set to compete in International Home Countries Regatta


    UWE Bristol students Tom Allen and Charles Wait-Roberts are set to be racing for Wales at the International Home Countries Regatta this July, following a win in the 2k trial in the pair (2-) in both divisions of the Welsh Open Trials on 24/25 March.

  • Silver and Gold for UWE Bristol's Karate champions


    UWE Bristol students Sarah Clark and Jamie Bowen both brought back medals after competing in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) championships in March. Both students competed in the 'Kumite' event which took place at the English Institute of Sport (EIS) in Sheffield.

  • UWE Bristol's partner Hartpury College has won the student Rugby finals


    Hartpury have won both the BUCS Rugby Championship and the AASE League Championship after a thrilling day at Twickenham.

  • UWE graduate exhibits Titanic art in New York and Latvia


    Artworks inspired by the hidden impact on her family of the sinking of the Titanic have been created by UWE Bristol fine arts graduate Mary Rouncefield. The evocative works have been selected for international exhibitions in New York and Latvia to mark the 100th anniversary of the tragedy.

  • UWE Bristol sweeps the board for nominations at the SW Regional Television Student awards


    Media Practice and Animation students from UWE Bristol have swept the board with nominations for finalists at the South West Regional Television Student Awards. All of the finalists nominated for this year's competition, an annual event, come from UWE Bristol, this is the first time that this has happened.

  • UWE student reaches finals in national 'Renault Twizy' design competition


    A student at UWE Bristol needs your votes for her design for the new Renault Twizy. Emma Brown, who is a first year Graphic Design student at UWE Bristol, has based her design for the Renault Twizy car livery on the explosive imagery at a firework display. The competition is run by Subtv in association with Renault. Emma submitted her entry after reading about the competition on the Design Week blog.

  • UWE Bristol students and staff give sound inspiration to BBC Radio 4 Festival


    As part of UWE Bristol's collaborative civic ethos, staff and students from across the University are making significant contributions to the BBC Radio 4 'More Than Words' festival, celebrating the art of sound, storytelling and the art of listening. Radio 4 hosts this exciting free festival in Bristol from 16–18 March to mark the BBC's strong and enduring partnership with the city.

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