Archive for November 2018

Staff Spotlight on... Abbie Jordan

Abbie from Psychology has just won ‘I’m a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here!’

Join us for the Teaching Development Fund sandpit

The Teaching Development Fund (TDF) will once again hold its landmark sandpit event. Register now to be considered for the event which takes place on 9 January 2019

CSCT Blog: Tackling Palm Oil with Rainforest Foundation Norway

Out of the Research Lab and into the Fjord - CSCT student Rob Hicks visits Rainforest Foundation Norway to work on the issue of palm oil

A greener alternative to UK's 'illegal' power scheme

Published on The Conversation, written by Marcelle McManus

World AIDS Day

Join the fight against AIDS and buy your ribbon on the parade today

Teaming up with night clubs for student safety & wellbeing

Staff at three of Bath’s leading nightclubs have undertaken training to ensure their customers enjoy safe nights out free from harassment.

IT maintenance affects software & SharePoint sites: Tues 4 Dec

Planned IT maintenance on Tues 4 Dec, 7am to 9am

Paula Kover writes: what is a species?

Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages, where The Conversation asks experts to answer questions from kids

PAM launching new studentship form on 3 December

The new digital form will be launched in PAM for requesting leveraged University research studentships

Potentially deadly bacterium on everyone’s skin

Scientists from the Milner Centre for Evolution warn S. epidermidis should be taken more seriously

Join our Tobacco Control Research Group

We’re recruiting new academic, research and professional staff roles to support our work researching and exposing the tactics of the tobacco industry

Do you have a spinal cord injury? Help guide our research

Get involved in our patient and public involvement group

Max Antson maths case study: taking every opportunity

Final year MMath student Max Antson on making the most of his time at Bath from salsa lessons to collaborating with CERN.

CSCT PhD students attend residential at Magdalen Farm

CSCT's new PhD students spent 3 days at Magdalen Farm where they participated in team building activities and a tour of the farm's sustainable practices.

Starting out in pharmaceuticals: Sam’s story

Chemical Engineering student, Sam Lewis, talks about his placement year at Patheon

New apps coming soon with Office 365

Introducing the exciting new apps coming in 2019 with Office 365

Welcoming our latest Global Chair

Professor Ramsés H. Mena from the National Autonomous University of Mexico joins us as a 2018-2019 Global Chair

Why Britain finds it hard to talk about death

Kate Woodthorpe on 'From Prince Charles and his mother down, why Britain finds it hard to talk about death'

The Art of Organising Hope

Ana Dinerstein (SPS) speaks about the success of her book and the movement for change it’s inspiring around the world.

University Impact Fund now open

Find out how to apply, and to help you develop and evidence the impact of your research and inform your REF impact Case study.