Archive for January 2016

Our LTEO Director & Lord Willetts address Parliamentary seminar

Gwen van der Velden, Director of our Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office (LTEO), and former universities minister Lord Willetts spoke at the event organised by the Higher Education Policy Institute and the Higher Education Academy on Tuesday (26 January).

UK Team Trials for 2016 Invictus Games

We welcomed HRH Prince Harry to campus today as he wished athletic hopefuls well in the trials

I-SEE - The bewildering world of energy storage: Tue

I-SEE seminar on Tuesday 2 February with Professor Peter J Hall

Why new trade deal has put GM crop concerns in spotlight

Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Maria Garcia, writes for The Conversation

New book - Embodied: The psychology of physical sensation

Join us for an event to launch Professor Chris Eccleston's new publication taking place on 24 Feb

Palmer enters Bath Hall of Fame 20 years after Atlanta medal

Swimmer Paul Palmer is the latest person to be inducted into the University of Bath’s Sporting Hall of Fame.

Carole Mundell shortlisted for national tech award

Carole Mundell has been named as a finalist in the FDM everywoman in Technology Awards

University hosts UK Team Trials for 2016 Invictus Games

HRH Prince Harry and Invictus Games athletes were on campus today.

Bath Professor named as finalist for national tech award

Professor Carole Mundell has been shortlisted as a finalist in this year's FDM everywoman Women in Technology Awards.

Check out our forthcoming Public Lectures

These lectures are open to members of the public, staff and students. All are free unless otherwise stated.

First guest IPR blog post - EU renegotiation

By Marley Morris, Research Fellow, the Institute for Public Policy Research

Conference celebrates HEFCE pilot

A conference to review the pilot MSc Modern Building Design, identify learnings and celebrate successes

Join us for Research Rocket!

Wed 3 Feb: Come and find out how Bath research is having an impact around the world

Fuel cell technology in Naples

CSCT student Jon Chouler attended and gave a talk on his own research at the 6th European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Piero Lunghi Conference (EFC), in beautiful Naples, Italy.

City Summit for GW4 & local government

Summit explores how GW4 universities offer the expertise & knowledge to underpin regional growth

BBC’s The One Show features smart wound dressing [from 12.58]

University Teaching Awards 2016

Nominate a colleague so they are recognised for providing excellent support to our students

Capitalise on life transitions to instil change

House moves or a change of job provide an ideal 'window of opportunity' to promote more sustainable behaviours

Business Objects is upgrading

Only a short time left to get your Business Objects reports to Computing Services for conversion

University shortlisted for Fairtrade Business Award

The University has been selected as a Finalist for the Fairtrade Business Awards in the South West region for the second year running.