Archive for April 2018

Athletics research from Dr Aki Salo in The Telegraph

Why sprinting on the inside track could cost athletes a medal

IT Maintenance: SharePoint, Mon 23 April, 6am to 10am

SharePoint will be unavailable due to maintenance on Monday 23 April, from 6am to 10am

Prof Sam Akehurst on the future of pistons and piston rings

Sam Akehurst comments on the future of pistons and piston rings in Engine Technology International magazine

5 steps for having a top-koality research visit

Staff Spotlight on...Rose Stephenson

This week's spotlight is on Rose Stephenson (Student Services) who talks sea lion training and Linkin Park

Excel - Advanced Functions, Tues 24 Apr, 2pm to 4.30pm

This course is available to all staff and postgraduate students. You'll learn how to use advanced functions such as VLOOKUP to search your data

KTP with Spirent awarded ‘outstanding’

The University's two year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Spirent Communications has been awarded ‘outstanding’ by Innovate UK

Education Award winners 2018

Staff and students gathered for The SU Bath and University of Bath Education Awards Evening 2018

Changes to University induction

Peter Lambert, Pro-Vice-Chancellor covers proposed changes to induction from this September

Uni & SU awarded funding to tackle hate crime

The University and Students’ Union have received joint funding to tackle religiously-motivated hate crime

Martin Sorrell leaves WPP with stormy waters ahead

Alumni Ambassador launch

The launch of this new programme aims to enhance international student recruitment

Four reasons to get involved in the parkrun movement

Dr Gareth Wiltshire (Dept for Health) discusses the Park Run phenomenon and the positive benefits it can bring

Salary sacrifice changes for April 2018

Salary sacrifice schemes relating to car parking and STV membership will end for all members of staff from April 2018

Prof Carole Mundell listed in 100 most influential women

Carole has been listed amongst royalty, community leaders, entrepreneurs and polar explorers as one of the 100 most influential women in the West

Equality & Diversity Network Chair

An vacancy has arisen with internal applicants from all genders and backgrounds encouraged to apply

IPR launches Universal Credit study

A new project will look at the impact of Universal Credit on families balancing work, money and care

Yin Yoga & meditation - 7.15pm to 8pm, 23 April

A class that focuses on longer yoga holds designed to lengthen fascia and muscle memory and calm the nervous system

Enigmatic gene is crucial to brain development

University scientists have shown that an enigmatic gene is crucial to healthy brain development through

Russia, Novichok and British government misinformation

Professor David Miller looks at the British Government narrative to the Salisbury poisoning and explores the propaganda, media hype and sensationalism surrounding the affair