Archive for June 2018

Changes proposed to bus services to and from Campus

You input is requested on proposed changes by First to the U1 service

Tackling antibiotic resistance in Thailand

New collaborative project will understand the causes of antibiotic resistance in Thailand and what can be done to reduce it.

Disabled citizens and asylum seekers unite at Bristol event

Following the murder of disabled asylum seeker Kamil Ahmad two years ago, an event takes place this week in his honour organised by PoLIS student Rebecca Yeo.

Professor Alma Harris: Strengthening Scottish education

Professor Alma Harris has been heavily involved in the new report, from the International Council of Education Advisers to the Scottish Government.

PowerPoint training

Manage and customise your presentations Wednesday 4 July 2018, 2pm to 4pm

IT maintenance affects the Self-Service Portal, Tue 3 July, 7am to 9am

The Self-Service Portal will be unavailable due to maintenance (approx 1 hour). We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause

Business Objects training

Analysing and structuring reports - Friday 6 July 2018, 10am to 12pm

Technical Staff Development Week

Find out about our week-long programme of development activities, seminars and networking opportunities for technical staff at the University.

Communications team recognised in national MJA award

University of Bath Press and Media Officer Andy Dunne has won the Medical Journalists' Association inaugural Award for Excellence in PR.

Twisted meta-molecules as they really are

Our physicists have devised a new method to truly test the chirality of a material, eliminating the risk of false positives

AI bots trained for 180 years a day to beat humans at Dota 2

Andreas Theodorou talks to The Verge about bots built by the research lab OpenAI

University welcomes Global Chair Professor Yong Zhao

Distinguished Professor Yong Zhao from the University of Kansas joins Bath as a Global Chair

Do virtual reality experiences affect mood?

Volunteers are needed for a new research study investigating the effects of virtual reality on mood.

Why social enterprise matters

Dimo Dimov and Henrietta Sherwin discuss how all enterprises must balance economic, environmental and social goals

Capturing the Minerva Owls

Staff blog post: how the University of Bath helped to design and manufacture the Minerva Owls

Can you help with Confirmation and Clearing?

We need staff volunteers to respond to phone calls in our Call Centre on 16 & 17 Aug

Academic Assembly on the Halpin Review

Academic Assembly held an extraordinary meeting on Monday 25 June 2018 to consider the Review

Watch video highlights from #BathOpenDay

The University hosted two open days in June. Watch our video highlights from around campus here.

Dr Laura Smith in The Conversation

Refugee crisis: the immediate and lasting impacts of powerful images

Message from Professor Bernie Morley

Thank you to all who made our Open Days a huge success.