Archive for April 2014

Using printers outside the Managed Print Service

Message from Diane Aderyn, Director of Finance and Commercial Services

Current security challenges across Asia

A major conference to be held on campus on 25 April will examine contemporary flashpoints across the continent

IPR Lecture: The end of the NHS?

Professor Allyson Pollock will explore how the Government is privatising health care in England at a publilc lecture on Thu 1 May

Roadworks on Bathwick Hill & London Road: From Tue 22 Apr

B&NES Council will be shutting the top half of road, from Cleveland Walk to the junction with Claverton Down Road, from next Tuesday until Wednesday April 30. Meanwhile, there will be some night-time disruption on London Road, near the junction with Cleveland Place, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday wile Wessex Water carries out works to sewers.

Conference on contemporary security challenges in Asia

A major conference held the University will debate the contempory security challenges emerging in Asia, featuring high-profile speakers covering a topics from the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan to the nuclear programs of Iran and Pakistan, and the interplay between these.

Bath to host 2014 RSC Carbohydrate Meeting: 30 Apr-1 May

We are very pleased to be hosting the Spring 2014 Royal Society of Chemistry Carbohydrate Group Meeting at the University from Wednesday 30 April - Thursday 1 May.

Joint Equality Forum - Finding common ground: Thu 8 May

In collaboration with Bath Spa University we are hosting a free, joint Equality Forum for staff and students at Bath Spa's Newton Park campus. Please book a place and free lunch in advance. Free transport available.

Bath team beat off stiff competition to win Hong Kong Entrepreneurship prize

A team of students from our School of Management have been crowned overall champions at the inaugural Hong Kong Entrepreneurship Competition, hosted by LSE Students’ Union.

Athena SWAN annual lecture - Identity, impact & voice: 15 May

With Professor Lesley Yellowlees, first female President of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the first female Vice-Principal and Head of the College of Science & Engineering, University of Edinburgh

Please allow time to print, demand will be very high

Students are encouraged to leave sufficient time for printing before deadlines

Easter 2014 opening times on campus

The University will close for Easter on Friday 18 April and will resume normal working on Wednesday 22 April.

Maintenance to Research Storage service: Wed 23 Apr

The Research Storage service will be available but it will be 'at risk' and can't be guaranteed, all day.

8 West car park closure: Mon 28-Tue 29 Apr

8 West car park closures: Today-Fri 18 Apr & Mon 28-Tue 29 Apr. Power outage in certain buildings on the west of the campus 9-11am on Mon 21 & Sun 27 Apr.

PhD student receives two awards for research excellence

Lu Ma, a third-year PhD student in the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering has been awarded both a Schlumberger Foundation's Faculty for the Future fellowship for the academic year 2014-15 for the second time, and an ‘Outstanding PhD Student Overseas’ scholarship from the Chinese Scholarship Council.

Marie Curie Fellowships: proposal support service

Through our Research Development & Support Office (RDSO), we will provide assistance to Bath's host Principal Investigators (PIs) and the applicants themselves to help develop their proposals. Deadline for proposals: 11 September.

Free English classes for international students over Easter

New version of iTrent Employee Self Service released

Chemistry hosts visit from Vice-Chancellor

Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell met with staff and students who presented the work of the Department

New Research Data Policy

A new Research Data Policy has been approved by Senate. Jane Millar asks all researchers to read the policy, understand what is required, and act accordingly.

Academic Rep Awards 2014 recognise students' hard work

The 2014 Academic Rep Awards, a collaboration between the University and the Students' Union, recognised the work undertaken by Academic Representatives and Faculty Representatives during the academic year 2013-14.