Archive for August 2014

HSS Faculty admin staff relocate to East Building & 1WN

The administrative staff located in 1 West from across the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences (including the Graduate School) will soon all be relocated while refurbishment takes place over the next 12 months.

People with disabilities helped by app

A new Parliamentary Report cites our Department for Health's design app competition

Campus road closures: 5-8 Sep

Eastwood Lodge road junction and Middlewalk are to close temporarily for essential roadworks. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Bath helps produce next generation of businesswomen

We have been rated second in The Economist's table looking at the number of women studying for a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in the world’s top 100 universities.

Chris Griffin talks about the history of feminism on BBC Radio Wilts

Professor Chris Griffin from our Department of Psychology talks to BBC Radio Wiltshire

David Galbreath talks to BBC Radio Wilts about NATO Summit

International security expert, Professor David Galbreath from the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, talks to BBC Gloucestershire about preparations for the upcoming NATO Summit in Newport

App finds design solutions to everyday problems for people with disabilities

Design app competition organised through the Department for Health to find solutions to everyday challenges for elderly and disabled cited in new Parliamentary Report.

David Galbreath talks to BBC Gloucestershire about NATO Summit in Newport

International security expert, Professor David Galbreath from the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, talks to BBC Gloucestershire about preparations for the upcoming NATO Summit in Newport

The McMafia: Felia Allum interviewed in The Telegraph

Dr Felia Allum talks about possible mafia activity in Aberdeen.

Chris Griffin on recording concerts & social media [17:36]

Professor Chris Griffin spoke to Robert Elmes on BBC London 94.9 on Saturday about how people are choosing to record their experiences using the latest technology.

Bath to be training base for Australia at Rugby World Cup 2015

Our Sports Training Village is one of 41 team bases selected to host the 20 participating teams during the tournament which takes places in England and Cardiff between September 18 and October 31 next year.

James Betts' breakfast research featured in 'Time' magazine

Does having breakfast really help with weight loss and boost metabolism? Research suggests not.

James Betts' research featured in New York Times blog

Is breakfast overrated? It would appear so.

Disruption to East Car Park until 10 Sep

Certain sections of East Car Park will be affected by provisions made for event visitors in the next fortnight

Strengthening links with Singapore

Mech Eng has been developing its relationship with the National University of Singapore

'Inside Cancer' MOOC starts again on 1 Sep

Still time to sign up for our popular, free MOOC about how genes influence cancer development

Santander: exclusive offer for staff until Fri 5 Sep

Upgrade your existing account to a 123 Current Account or open a new 123 Current Account and Santander will give you 10 Banco Santander Shares for free, which are currently valued at approximately £6.20 each. (Santander have to date given out approximately £900 worth of shares in this offer.)

Thank you for a great team effort

A message of thanks from Professor Kevin Edge to all those involved with admissions 2014

Death of Paul Hinkin, Architecture teacher & reviewer

An external teacher of third year Architecture Studio 2013-14, and respected reviewer of fourth year design work since 2012, Paul will be remembered for his passion, humility, experience and humour.

HRH The Earl of Wessex to open HIVE

On 25 September Prince Edward will be opening our new £1 million sustainable construction research facility