Archive for November 2018

Calling all staff: The Edge needs your feedback

Jamie Eastman shares ideas for how our vibrant arts centre on campus can continue to thrive.

Government launch EU Settlement Scheme pilot for HE sector

This pilot applies to EU citizens and non-EU family members of EU citizens working in the higher education sector and is open until 21 December 2018.

IT maintenance affects Business Objects, RESNET and more

Tue 19 Nov, 7am to 9am

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Monday Dance Classes: combining ballet, street & yoga

Start your week with dance with evening classes on campus combining ballet, street dance and yoga.

Designability's 50th Annual Lecture

Join us for our 50th annual lecture - Assistive and Enabling Technologies; Past, Present and Future

HRH The Earl of Wessex visits University

We welcomed our Chancellor to campus this week to visit staff and students from Psychology and the new Milner Centre for Evolution.

How we discovered how ‘galactic fountains' were powered

Stephen Hamer, Postdoctoral Researcher of Astrophysics, writes for The Conversation.

Human evolution is still happening – possibly faster than ever

Professor Laurence Hurst, from the Milner Centre of Evolution, writes for The Conversation.

Change Champion helps Bath students gain industry insight

How Biology student George Griffiths used his Change Champion volunteering project to help fellow students gain valuable business networking experience.

Thursday fitness dance classes, open to all

Try Barre Fluid lunchtime sessions at 12.30pm on campus

Visualising data on placement at CFMS

Mechanical Engineering student, Tom Hunt, spent the third year of his degree on placement at the Centre for Modelling and Simulation. During his time on placement, he developed a virtual reality demonstration to show the services the Centre offered.

Johnny Gorman features on Sky Sports

Former Northern Ireland international Johnny Gorman has spoken about combining his football career with studying psychology, making his Northern Ireland debut at 17, and coming up against Andrea Pirlo on Sky Sports.

Obituary - Gill Trevett, formerly of Registry

The University is saddened to announce the death of Gill Trevett, formerly Senior Assistant Registrar, who passed away on 29 October.

Invacuation siren - are you ready?

In some situations it is safer to remain inside a building, with the doors and windows closed.

IPR seminar: Public Value and Data Driven Policing

Dr Ian Kearns will explore how new technology and big data is transforming crime and policing.

Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds wins Grierson Award

The popular Channel 4 series, which features Bath Professor Malcolm Johnson, took home a prestigious Grierson Award at last week’s ceremony.

Staff discounts on Nov performances at The Edge

Plus 20% Off when you book The Hotel Experience and Wayne Parsons Dance: Double Bill

A year in the life of a Technical Manager

David Williams gives us an insight into his role as Technical Manager in the Faculty of Engineering & Design.

Lunch with Impact on 10 Dec

The next Lunch with Impact session, on 10 December, will explore how the REF panels assessed impact in 2014.