Archive for January 2016

Parental engagement toolkit launched

Following a grant from the University’s Public Engagement Unit, the Department of Education has hosted a launch for a Toolkit for Parental Engagement.

Travel update for the week ahead

Possible disruptions to your journey to work in the coming week

Showcase highlights ‘tremendous impact’ of our early career researchers

Read about the impacts our early career researchers are making from this week's Vice-Chancellor Research Day.

Industry innovation partnerships

We’re inviting businesses to a workshop on collaboration opportunities. Help spread the word

Vice-Chancellor visits staff in Physics

"Thank you for sparing your time; it has been fascinating seeing the big questions you seek to answer every day.”

New Canada, New Labour: Trudeau forms Blairite government

The latest IPR blog post from Professor Nick Pearce, Director of the Institute for Policy Research.

Sean Cumming talks on BBC Points West about biobanding

Dr Sean Cumming, Department for Health, talks to BBC Points West about biobanding in teenagers and our work with Bath Rugby.

Come & support your Faculty at 3MT

Support PhD students on 28 Jan as they take part in the faculty heats of the Three Minute Thesis competition

Come and support your Faculty at the Three Minute Thesis

Come and support PhD students from your Faculty or School on Thursday 28 January as they take part in the faculty heats of the Three Minute Thesis competition.

New online careers information for parents

Parent Zone is a new addition to the Careerpilot website aimed at 13 to 19 year olds, which provides information on all study choices available at 14, 16 and 18 - including apprenticeships, A levels and the many routes to Higher Education.

Arts classes at The Edge - from Jazz Dance to DJing

ICIA Spring classes are now open for booking

Anna Gilmore on Al Jazeera about Big Tobacco [from 6.22]

Anna Gilmore (Health) talks to Al Jazeera about Big Tobacco's influence in Africa.

Women - Become a career activist: Wed 24 Feb

Learn how to avoid common career pitfalls like working hard and hoping someone will notice and become a proactive career activist, taking control of your own path, at this inspiring and practical workshop.

Colin Grant: Note from Dubai

The VC leads a delegation to the UAE with the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (I) and Director of Development & Alumni

L&T: Exploring augmented reality

In association with LITEbox, the e-Learning team invites teaching staff to its third Inspiring Innovation seminar

New online careers information for parents

A new online resource, launched by higher education institutions in the South West, will help parents and carers support young people in making the right decisions about study and work.

Share your large research files easily, quickly, securely

Files.bath provides you with an area to create folders and share them with others or just share files, such as large documents or media.

Lack of engineers delays water projects in developing countries

Professor John Hudson, Department of Economics, comments on the gap between commitments and disbursements in respect of donations for water aid in The Guardian.

Latest expert opinion on public policy

Read our IPR blog, with regular comment and analysis from new Director, Professor Nick Pearce

Create: Movement – fun for all the family at The Edge! 23 Jan

Create Movement is a fun and playful workshop, suitable for children aged under 9 years and adults. Next workshop on Saturday 23 January.