Archive for June 2016

Referendum: UK votes for Brexit

Academic experts comment on what this means for politics, democracy, the economy & for rest of the EU

Nick Startin discusses EU Ref on Australia’s ABC [from 30:44]

An in-depth look at the arguments for and against Brexit with two experts on ABC Local (Australia).

Refurbishment works in 2, 4 & 6 East

The works, known as the ‘ACER (Backfill) Project’, will enhance/maximise approximately 1,200m² of available teaching and research space.

CSCT, WIRC & Milner head to Festival on Sat

Three research centres will be showcasing their work in our first community-facing 50th anniversary event

Join Team 50 & run the Bath Half!

Like a challenge? Free on Sun 12 Mar 2017? Why not help us celebrate our 50th & raise money for charity?

Fostering Hope: research with refugee children

This exhibition in the foyer of The Edge includes a selection of posters showing what is important to child refugees as they adjust to their new lives in the South West.

Charlie Lees takes part in Bath Studio School EU Debate

Professor Charlie Lees from the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, was invited to take part in The Bath Studio School Debate - EU: Leave or Stay.

British Athletics legends inducted into Hall of Fame for Sport

Renowned coach Malcolm Arnold OBE and twice world champion hurdler Colin Jackson CBE were formally inducted by University President & Vice-Chancellor Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell in front of a crowd which included current athletics stars based at the Sports Training Village.

Game theory offers better way forward in Britain’s EU drama

Richard Fairchild, Senior Lecturer in Corporate Finance (School of Management), shares his views on the EU Referendum debate.

Advancing automotive R&D in the UK

Steve Egan explains how our proposal for IAAPS will help the UK deliver high value R&D in the years ahead

Malcolm Arnold & Colin Jackson presentation

Today at 11am: All staff welcome! Two top track & field names will be inducted to our Hall of Fame for Sport

Read about the winners of 2016 University Teaching Awards

Congratulations to all the winners of this year's University Teaching Awards, announced by Professor Peter Lambert, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning & Teaching).

IPR - Confronting uncertainty: Changing face of risk analysis

A blog post, coinciding with the IPR conference on campus this week, by Professor Julie Barnett (Psychology) which discusses integrating the consideration of risk into public policy.

How do we say goodbye to those we’ve lost? Fri 24 Jun

3rd Stage Dance Company presents Mementos – The Journey with a talk by Dr John Troyer from CDAS.

RAEng Fellowship for groundbreaking work on superconductors

Congratulations to Dr Min Zhang (Electronic & Electrical Engineering), who has been awarded a prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) Research Fellowship to further her groundbreaking work into the use of high superconductors (HTS) for future electrical aircraft.

Young researchers have a whale of a time

Caroline Hickman (Social & Policy Sciences) and Denise Lengyel (Computer Science) have been running a project to engage young children from Colerne CE Primary School in the world of research.

Bill Durodié blog: There is no fixed EU to remain in

Read this blog post by Professor Bill Durodié (PoLIS) explaining why "...the European Union is only as strong as the sum of its parts."

Online marking & feedback seminar: 1 Jul

e-Learning training: How to make marking quicker and provide more timely & personalised feedback

Bob Holman - obituary

The death has been announced of Bob Holman, Professor of Social Administration at the University from 1974 to 1976.

Spare room? Why not host an international student?

Are you interested in hosting one of the international students who come to study at Bath?