Archive for December 2018

Thrills and frustration for Team Bath Racing Electric in China

Team Bath Racing Electric (TBRe) has recently returned from competing at Formula Student Electric China (FSEC) in Zhuhai, China.

New shared curator appointed for The Edge

The Holburne Museum and The Edge have appointed a new shared curator, Will Cooper.

COP24 climate talks and ‘people’s voice’

Dr Aurelie Charles writes for The Conversation about the latest UN climate talks, COP24.

Giant telescope array to explore extreme universe

Bath astrophysicists are part of an international consortium working on the largest and most sensitive telescope in the world

Differentiated HE missions are key to social progress

Professor Rajani Naidoo and Dr Rushil Ranchod have their research published in University World News.

A message from Professor Bernie Morley

Professor Bernie Morley, Acting Vice-Chancellor, delivers his end of year message for 2018.

Christmas on campus – food outlets open this week

Seven of our outlets are still open as usual.

Post-Brexit immigration plan is surreal and cynical

Dr Emma Carmel writes for The Conversation on why the UK’s new post-Brexit immigration plan is surreal and cynical.

Christmas and New Year opening hours 2018

Opening times on campus over the festive break.

Achieving AUA accreditation

Loretta, Ann-Marie and Sue received their Association of University Administrators membership in November.

Young chronic pain sufferers battle isolation and stigma

Dr Abbie Jordan, Psychology, writes for The Conversation on how young chronice pain sufferers battle isolation and stigma as they struggle to forge their identities.

New research reveals why people really use food banks

Study suggests people’s use of them is often more complex and more positive than is presented.

International Research Funding Schemes Open

The IRO is pleased to launch the 2019-20 International Research Funding call.

Women Global Chair Scheme 2019-2020 Opens

The International Relations Office invites nominations for Women Global Chair visiting professorships.

University hosts WECA event to address the future of mobility

The University hosted a regional event with the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) to look at innovative opportunities for mobility in the region.

Holburne Museum entry

The museum will remain free of charge for staff and students.

Poster prize at the Royal Society for Public Health conference

Mahan Amani won the best poster prize at the Royal Society for Public Health conference for her poster titled “Biogeochemical controls on Manganese cycling in drinking water reservoir”.

Obituary: Linda Coles

Linda started at the University in 1976 and remained part of the Finance & Procurement team until her death on 12 December 2018 following a battle with cancer.

Christmas shopping at the Bath Christmas Market

Max and Ellie, two students at the University of Bath, go on the hunt for Christmas presents (and cheese) at the Bath Christmas Markets.

PhD positions also available in our TCRG

Three PhD positions available as part of our recruitment drive for the STOP project.