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Faculty of Business and Law wrote: The Women's Work Lab and UWE Part 2
For the last month, my team at UWE Bristol, the Stakeholder Engagement team, have had a guest with us on placement. This is part of an initiative set up by an amazing Community Interest Company called Women’s Work Lab. Becky Ware has joined us (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: The Women's Work Lab and UWE Part 1
Camilla Rigby is the Co-Founder and Joint CEO of Women’s Work Lab (WWL), a Community Interest Company with the stated aim to support under-represented women aged 25+ to fulfil their career potential and become work ready. The WWL aims to unlock po (More)
UWE Bristol are proud to work with many Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) across the region. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for up to 90% of businesses, 60% to 70% of employment, and they account for half of global GDP, (More)
Written by Linda Pengelly (MSc Student for Environmental Management) In the early to mid-1900s, the hangover from Britain’s Industrial Revolution of the previous two centuries (when emissions of sulphur dioxide (SO2) were at their peak) was sti (More)
Salmonella causes more than 93 million cases of salmonellosis, resulting in 155,000 deaths annually worldwide. Many severe cases are associated with the production and consumption of pork: salmonella is found in the pig gut and is often mult (More)
The Old Library Community STEM Club has become a well-established weekly event in Eastville since it was first launched in September 2021: every Thursday after school, children and their parents or carers make their way to the Old Library Community (More)
Lainie-Jayne Smith, Criminology BA (Hons) My reasons for volunteering After finishing my second year, I became aware of how valuable my time is and started to realise how much I needed to take advantage of summer break. I also wanted to ge (More)
The Scale Up 4 Growth Gloucestershire (S4GG) programme has to date provided grant funding and training to 60 businesses in the Gloucestershire region. Delivered in partnership between UWE Bristol, Gloucestershire College, and NatWest, and funded (More)
Adapted from this blog from the South West Academic Health Science Network. Around 0.5% of all UK births happen out of hospital unexpectedly, whether at home, in a public place, or in a car or ambulance while the mother is on the way to hospital (More)
This volunteering experience was life changing for me for a number of reasons. I moved to Bristol from London in June 2020 just after the first national lockdown to enrol in the Environmental Science Access course at City of Bristol College. My (More)
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