Archive for May 2016

What's best for business? Join the debate on the impact of the EU referendum

Do you know where you stand on the EU Referendum? Is the EU the best way forward or a millstone around the region’s neck? To consider these questions, businesses and local people are invited to a debate at the University hosted by the School of Management and the Institute for Policy Research (IPR).

Punters lap up Pint of Science 2016

More tickets than ever before were sold for this year’s Pint of Science Festival which took place last week.

Staff volunteers wanted to join Students' Union training team

The Students’ Union is seeking staff volunteers to join an exciting training team to support the continuing expansion of Peer Support across the University.

Giving Bath students the edge

The Bath Award allows students to showcase to potential employers the skills they have learnt

Update from Council - 19 May 2016

A report of the issues discussed at the Council meeting on 19 May 2016

Revised University Anti-Bribery Policy

This policy has recently been reviewed & updated; please complete the online training as necessary

Science Graduate School - Research Afternoon: Mon 6 Jun

On Monday 6 June 2016 postgraduate students in the Faculty will be showcasing their research at the Graduate School Research Afternoon.

Raj Aggarwal retires after over 40 years

Colleagues from across the University are warmly invited to mark the occasion of Raj's retirement with tea and cakes in Wessex House Restaurant on Tuesday 14 June at 4pm.

Bath Award gives graduating students the edge

Successful students gathered to celebrate their extra-curricular achievements at the annual Bath Award ceremony last week.

New Students’ Union Chief Executive

Andrew McLaughlin has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Students’ Union

Is the EU anywhere near getting its own army?

A blog post co-authored by David J Galbreath and originally published by The Conversation

Launching Worldwide: our global impact

'Worldwide' is a new central hub to curate international content across the University website

Counting down to the EU Referendum

There’s now less than one month to go now until Britain goes to the polls in the long-awaited referendum on its membership of the EU.

Vacancy: Director of GW4 Alliance

Shape the future of the strategic Research & Innovation Alliance between Bath, Bristol, Cardiff & Exeter

CSCT Collaborative research on solar cells presented in France

Researchers from the CSCT, the Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (iREC) and the University of Barcelona presented their collaborative research at the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) Spring Meeting on 5 May 2016 at the Grand Palais, Lille, France.

May Contain Food - witty dance & music performance: 2-3 Jun

Protein has created its most playful show to date with a new immersive work that features four vocalists and four dancers, singing for their supper in a dining setting that may contain food…

Sir Denys, former Chancellor

The University regrets to announce the death of the University’s third Chancellor, who was appointed in 1992

VC welcomes Malaysia delegation

Visit from Universiti Sains Malaysia to discuss collaboration in innovative doctoral programmes

Global Challenges Research Fund: interdisciplinary teams

£1.5bn funding is available from the Government to ensure that UK research takes a leading role in addressing the problems faced by developing countries.

Post-work economy of robots & machines is bad Utopia for left

Dr Ana Cecilia Dinerstein from Social & Policy Sciences has co-authored an article with PhD Researcher Frederick H. Pitts for The Conversation.