Archive for May 2015

Gain practical skills to improve how you work

Do you want to be quicker, smarter and more effective in your work? Are you open to innovation and new ideas?

The Bath Award - Standing out from the crowd

Many of this year's 80 successful Bath Award recipients gathered for the annual ceremony

Parking near Solsbury & Marlborough Court

Due to refurbishment works which are due to start shortly at Solsbury and Marlborough Court, parking and access will be restricted from 1st June 2015 and out of bounds from 17 June until 13 September.

12m more bottles of booze drunk per week than thought

Chris Griffin (Psychology) was interviewed for an article in The Conversation about alcohol consumption data.

Winning funding for PG research studentships: Thu 4 Jun

This course will inform you of some of the opportunities available for funding studentships, including European funding for Innovative Training Networks and Research Council Industrial CASE studentship competition (iCASE).

Japan is regaining lost military muscle – & the US needs it

Neville Chi Hang Li (PoLIS) writes for The Conversation.

GW4 opens call for fund applications

Three Bath-led research projects have been successful in the latest round of GW4 grant awards

Chemistry festivals on campus inspire future scientists

Over 60 students from schools in the region descended on the University last week to enjoy two exciting days of science at the Salters’ Festival of Chemistry.

All things international: Read Colin Grant's latest blog

Professor Colin Grant, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Internationalisation) provides an update on international activities.

Rob Briner asks whether performance management works

In his third column squeezing the evidence from various HR 'best practice' oranges, Rob Briner (School of Management) presses performance management for more than just pith.

Science Graduate School Research Afternoon: Tue 9 Jun

An afternoon of research talks aimed at a general science audience will be presented by PhD students in receipt of Graduate School Scholarships or University Research Studentships.

Postgrad researchers: secure £s for your public engagement

'Get Engaged' on Tue 2 Jun is an annual event run by postgraduate research students for postgraduate research students all about engaged research

Triple SIAM success for maths PhD students

Three PhD students from the Department of Mathematical Sciences have been recognised for their research or work with the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).

Vacancies for Associate Deans

Expressions of interest are invited for two vacancies in the Leadership & Management Teams

Win prizes in The Big Commuting Challenge: 1 Jun-31 Jul

The aim of the Challenge is to get as many people as possible to stop using their car and to commute to work (and back) by walking, cycling, motor cycling, using public transport and car-sharing.

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ACE research paper on concrete structures wins award

A paper co-authored by Professor Tim Ibell has won the 2015 Frederick Palmer Prize for the best research paper published in 2014 in the Institution of Civil Engineers' Journal of Structures and Buildings. The paper is entitled Simulating RC members Part 1: Partial interaction properties

Appeal for information on Michael Brown

Can you help trace BSc Accounting and Finance student Michael Brown?

Jump in international ranking

We have moved up 62 places in the 2015 Leiden Ranking on worldwide scientific publishing