Archive for October 2017

Beware tobacco industry tactics

A new study says tobacco companies develop pricing strategies to undermine public health efforts

Excel training course open to staff and PG students

Dr Kit Yates writes Radio 4's Puzzle for Today

University supporting International National Stress Awareness Day

West of England grants IAAPS funding

£10 million will be awarded to help build the Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems

West of England confirms go-ahead for Ultra Low Emission Vehicles

The West of England, today, Monday 30 October, confirmed £10 million will be awarded to the University of Bath to build the Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS).

I-SEE seminar on sustainable energy

Humphrey Cadoux Hudson, Managing Director, Nuclear Development, EDF Energy will lead today's seminar

Alcohol hangover and behaviour study needs participants

Architecture film and post show talk tonight

Let’s Talk about our University Strategy

On 16 November come & find out about progress with the Doctoral College and the New Vice-President role

IT maintenance affects the network and Wi-Fi on Tue 31 Oct

Creativity & research symposium

This special symposium at The Edge features Darren Henley, chief executive of Arts Council England

SU holding 'Love the Environment' events

Wise up to tobacco industry tax juggling tactics warns new research

New research from the TCRG shows how Big Tobacco companies have deployed sophisticated pricing strategies to undermine public health efforts.

New approach to Unit Evaluation

During the academic year you may have been involved in shaping the new approach for Unit Evaluation

Building further alumni relations in Asia

Alumni enjoyed networking at special events to mark the close of our 50th anniversary year

Staff spotlight on... Simon Wharf

This week's staff spotlight is on Simon Wharf who talks tap dancing, Kafka and world changing research

Join the new free weekly staff squash league

Student tells of Mexican earthquake experiences

Student tells of Mexican earthquake experiences

A third-year School of Management student caught up in Mexico’s devastating recent earthquakes tells how he has played a part in the country’s clear-up operation.