Archive for March 2013

Printing is currently unavailable - Today

Printing is currently unavailable to those using Library Card Credit and Printing Cost Centres today, (Thursday 21st March).

Images of Research competition – have you submitted yet?

There are just two weeks to go until the closing date for the 2013 Images of Research Competition (Wednesday 3 April).

Alumni Fund grants – get your applications in by 15 April

You have until 15 April to put in your application for the Spring 2013 funding round.

Health and Safety for Placements and Field Work

Working off site can pose additional hazards which must be assessed in order to ensure the health, safety and welfare of those undertaking the work.

Sport match app entrepreneurs take first place in business plan competition

An app designed to help people find a sports partner created by three first year students has won the University's Business Plan Competition. 

Social work students helping to set up forum for older people in community

Social work and Applied Social Studies students are working with the Bath & North East Somerset branch of charity Age UK to set up a new, independent forum for older people.

Professor Andrew Graves discusses redundancies at Devon firm

BBC Bristol interviews Prof Andrew Graves on job cuts in Axminster carpet firm.

Economics society work with local schools

The Bath Economics Society (Team BEST) has recently been working with local schools on a project to teach pupils about key concepts in economics and finance.

Student Employee of the Year Awards (SEOTY) 2013

Student Employee of the Year Awards aims to recognise outstanding achievements of students who combine part-time work with their study commitments.

SU Officers 2013/14 have been elected

Students’ Union Officer elections have just finished and the new Officer team for 2013-2014 has been elected.

Nominations now open for arts and media awards

Nominate someone who has done something exceptional in the fields of arts or media that you think deserves special recognition.

Photo winners announced at prize-giving event - Thurs 21 March

The winners will be announced at a prize giving event on Thu 21 March at 6pm, which will also mark the start of the exhibition.

Jill Parker is retiring after 24 years

After 21 years at the University, Jill has decided to retire at the end of March. To mark her long and distinguished career, we intend to celebrate this in style!

First TEDxBathUniversity event a success

TEDxBathUniversity - launched by the Innovative Development and Information Association (IDEIA) - held its first ever TEDx conference last month.

Did you witness a theft from the Bath Cats and Dogs Home?

On Tuesday 12 March a dog carrier was stolen from the forecourt of the Bath Cats & Dogs Home.

Viewing Panopto recordings and some research storage unavailable, today 4pm to 4.30pm

There will be service downtime today, Monday 18 March 2013, 4pm to 4.30pm

Why some fathers get left holding the baby

Professor Tamas Szekely talks to BBC Radio Bristol about new research into why, for some species, it's the fathers rather than mothers that care for the young.

Changes to Facilities and Technician Costs

The Research Support and Funding team (RSF) provides administrative support for research funding applications and awards and co-ordinates management information.

View the RDSO's spring newsletter

View the RDSO's internal newsletter, The Researcher, for academic staff at the University.

I-SEE Lecture - Today

Dr Paul S Bell talks about studying coastal marine sites in his lecture: Monitoring the Environment at Marine Renewable Energy Sites.