Wolverhampton/Coventry - Colour variation

July 8, 2010

Two universities have won funding to carry out research into differing attainment levels among their students. The University of Wolverhampton and Coventry University will explore the gap between black and white students after winning funding from the Higher Education Academy. Glynis Cousin, director of the Institute for Learning Enhancement, will lead the research at Wolverhampton, while Gurnam Singh will head the project at Coventry.

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