Archive for January 2017

Travel to the United States - guidance

Information & advice from the University for staff & students affected by the Presidential Executive Order

Your Android device’s Pattern Lock can be cracked within five attempts

The popular Pattern Lock system used to secure millions of Android phones can be cracked within just five attempts – and more complicated patterns are the easiest to crack, security experts reveal.

Major €5M project to improve heart disease treatment with smart pacemaker technology

Creating a new generation of advanced pacemakers which adapt to the demands of a patient’s body is the goal of a new €5M international research consortium led by the University of Bath.

Read a preview of VC's report to Senate

The Vice-Chancellor will give her regular update report to members of Senate at this week's meeting

WIN: Helping youngsters progress to HE

We are the lead partner of a national government programme to improve social mobility

The Virgil Building: latest photos

Services on Levels 2 & 3 start on Mon 6 Feb, with Level 1 Learning Commons opening 20 Feb

Conscientious workers face exhaustion

Research shows that going the extra mile comes at a cost to personal well-being & family responsibilities

University Teaching Awards

Nominate a colleague now: Do you know someone whose teaching deserves an award?

Careers Service moves to Virgil Building: Mon 6 Feb

Once in the new building, opening times are changing: Monday - Friday, 9.30am - 5pm

2017 Images of Research competition

Researchers: Do you want the opportunity to promote your work to thousands of people? Enter now!

Free online course - Modern Building Design: starts 27 Feb

Learn how climate change, technology & regulation are changing modern building design & professional practice in construction.

Sue Milner (PoLIS) on Benoît Hamon – France’s Corbyn?

Brexit: Will divorce be damaging, and could it be amicable?

On Thursday 26 January the Institute for Policy Research (IPR) hosted a lecture by Lord Kerr of Kinlochard, former Ambassador to the European Union and author of Article 50.

Library and alternative study spaces

Apologies for the noise disruption outside the Library, this has now been stopped.
Just to remind you, in addition to the Library there are study spaces in 6WS and 6E2.8.

Mark Foster & Ged Roddy inducted into Hall of Fame

Five-time Olympic swimmer Mark Foster and former Director of Sport Ged Roddy have become the first inductees of 2017 into the University of Bath Hall of Fame for Sport.

Graduate's project wins best in UK & best in Europe

Michael Lewis' MArch project has won both the 3DReid Student Prize and European Architectural Medal

Library L3 Quiet Area closed for refurb: 30 Jan - 10 Feb

Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

West region can make UK a global leader

SW England & SE Wales can recapture Brunel's ambitious vision as a hyper-connected, smart & specialist region

Music Tuition goes on sale: Tue 31 Jan at 10am

Music tuition for staff and students is very popular - book early to avoid disappointment.

When you’re (more than) 64, can you help?

New study seeks local volunteers 65-80 to help study into impact of ageing on muscles and fight frailty