Archive for April 2013

Lord Robert Skideisky - Why austerity has failed

Author of award winning book tells us why austerity has failed.

Lord Robert Skideisky - Why austerity has failed

TeamBest (Bath Economics Society) are proud to announce...
Lord Robert Skideisky, the author of an award winning three-volume biography on British economist John Maynard Keynes will be speaking on why austerity has failed.
Monday 29 April, 1.15pm - 2.05 in room 6W, 1.2

University launches its first smartphone and tablet app

Students and staff alike are now able to visit the Apple store and download the University of Bath's first official app.

Communicating the impact of your research 30 April

This session will look at the Impact of our research – what it is, how we identify it and who we need to tell.

Communicating your research ideas to business 30 April

Interactive course to examine how to communicate, connect and interact with business stakeholders.

Over 30 and have lost a lot of weight? Volunteer

Dieters who have lost lots of weight are being asked to share their experiences in a new study being carried out by the University.

Postgraduate Research Experience Survey 2013 open now

Students have until 16 May to give feedback on the University and Students’ Union.

Spam/phishing emails: 21 - 23 Apr 2013 - please delete

A high number of spam/phishing emails are getting through. Please delete them from your inbox, even if they appear to have come from University of Bath emails.

Bath Science Café: All things bright and beautiful

The next Science Café on Monday 13 May will explore the science of colour in biology, and a major international research effort to reveal the extent of ingenuity and engineering expertise with which nature has been controlling the flow of colour for millions of years.

Record-breaking year for scholarship awards

Volunteers needed: Investigating attention and internet use

Placement students blog about their experiences

Honorary Degrees – call for nominations

Sylvia Wardle, PA to the Director of RDSO, retires

Staff survey: You’ve raised £1,800 for charity

This time 68% of you decided to have your say, a big increase on the 53% of you who took part in 2011.

Study shows teenagers can have a ball without excess

Financial disadvantage does not necessarily lead to pupils’ exclusion from American-style high school proms, according research carried out by the Universities of Bath, Stirling and Lancaster.

Child volunteers needed for research into stress

Researchers at the University of Bath are looking for youngsters to help them investigate how children cope with stress.

National Student Survey - closing date Tuesday 30 April

SAMIS resilience testing - 7.30am to 8.30am Tuesday 23 April

Omnibus Book Sale on the Parade - Thursday 25 April