Archive for July 2017

How to generate trust, in ourselves & our organisations

A CIPD study, Cultivating Trustworthy Leaders, produced in collaboration with Professor Veronica Hope Hailey and team from the School of Management, asked the questions: How scan we demonstrate our own trustworthiness, and build it in others?

Our Doctoral College is on its way…

Around 30 staff have moved into the new Doctoral College offices on Level 3 of 10 West

Online training: Ten time management hacks

These time management tips are designed to enhance your efficiency and help you get more done.

Universe's biggest explosions captured in unprecedented detail

An international team of scientists, including from the University of Bath, have captured the most complete picture yet of the most powerful type of explosion in the universe – Gamma Ray Bursts - unravelling the long-standing mystery of what powers them.

New UAV drone course for professionals starts in September

Our courses blend academic rigour with gaining professional aviation experience.

Postgrad or postdoc? Want to be a mentor?

We are looking for postgrads & postdocs to volunteer for the Young Researchers’ Programme

Invictus Games UK squad in training at the STV

Athletes from the UK team are in training for the forthcoming Invictus Games which takes place in Toronto in September.

Using algae to treat wastewater

Collaboration with Wessex Water investigates algae as a natural & sustainable method of treating wastewater

Algae farms to offer a cheaper, renewable solution to cleaning wastewater

A collaborative research project between the University of Bath and Wessex Water is investigating using algae as a natural and sustainable way to treat wastewater.

Online training: Handling difficult conversations

This interactive, self study, e-learning course provides an introduction to handling difficult conversations by using a range of realistic examples, scenarios and challenges.

Bidding farewell to Diane Aderyn

Our Director of Finance & Procurement is retiring in August after 24 years with the University

Doctoral students’ national survey

85% of postgraduate research students at the University say they are satisfied overall

Alumni Fund grants: impact across campus

Brain tumour research to wheelchair basketball: projects benefit from alumni donations

Part sculpture, part architectural installation, all play

The Bath Chronicle talks about our new interactive exhibition:The Brutalist Playground is not as brutal as it sounds and entry is free!

Public engagement event encourages youngsters into science

I’m a Scientist winner, Sam Carr from our Department of Education, said: “In the end, I believe that 'asking questions' is by far the most critical and important part of any science."

Modern Pentathlon Euro Champs return to campus in 2019

The University of Bath will once again stage the Modern Pentathlon European Championships in 2019 – a qualifying competition for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Dr Janet Bultitude talks about CRPS on BBC Bristol

Dr Janet Bultitude (Psychology) interviewed on Radio 4 by Phil Hammond

European Materials Research Society meeting: Two years on!

Suzy Wallace {postgrad student) is working towards her PhD on 'Overcoming the efficiency bottleneck of metal sulfide solar cells' with Professor Aron Walsh, Professor Chris Bowen and Professor Mark Weller.

IPR appoints new Reader in Public Policy

Dr Matt Dickson is to become Reader in Public Policy in the Institute for Policy Research (IPR)

Kit to detect sugar-damage licensed

We have entered a licensing agreement with Abcam to make a new fluorescent detection probe kit