Archive for December 2018

Italian Mafia activities are expanding abroad

Dr Felia Allum, PoLIS, writes for The Conversation.

Paul Kennedy (PoLIS) on What next for Brexit?

Paul Kennedy (PoLIS) on What next for Brexit? on ABC Australia.

CSCT students reflect on their MRes year

As CSCT students receive their MRes degrees and move on to their PhDs, they reflect on key moments from their MRes year.

New maths promo celebrates opportunity at Bath

Present and past maths students talk about the flexibility and excitement of studying here.

Staff Spotlight on… Caroline Hollis

We talked music, crepes, and the Staff LGBT+ community with Caroline.

Celebrating our Winter graduations

Over 1,000 of our postgraduate students received their degree certificates this week.

Nominations open for University Teaching Awards 2019

The University Teaching Awards recognise the significant contributions made by staff to enhance the academic lives of students and colleagues.

New Rheumatoid Arthritis Study

Do you have Rheumatoid Arthritis and live in the Bath area? Sign up to take part in our new study using smartphone based digital technologies to improve RA treatment and care.

Designing drillbits on placement at National Oilwell Varco

Mechanical Engineering student, Nguyen Vo, shares his experiences at his industrial placement.

MBA success for award-winning Ritika

MBA candidate Ritika Israni receives her MBA at the University’s Winter Graduation Ceremonies on Wednesday 12 December

Brexit Update from Professor Steve Egan

Professor Steve Egan, Vice-President (Implementation), gives an update on Brexit.

Brad Evans (PoLIS) on Left Anchor podcast (part 2)

The second part of Professor Brad Evan's interview on Left Anchor podcast is now available.

Adverse weather arrangements

With the onset of winter, it is timely (particularly for new staff) to highlight the arrangements that the University has in place.

Ana Wins Placement Award

University of Bath student Ana Johnson Portales has received a prestigious award from the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA).

Silicon Valley’s quest for immortality

Dr Nicholas Priest and James Horton write for The Conversation on Silicon Valley’s quest for immortality – and its worrying sacrifices.

International academics contribution must be recognised

Immigrant academics in the UK record forty per cent more international public engagement activities than their native-born colleagues.

New learning centre launched to help young people

Our partnership with educational charity ‘IntoUniversity’ will help improve their life chances.

Judo champ completes PhD in engineering

After 12 years at the University, Jan is moving on to pursue a career in biomedical engineering.

Tech giants need to take more responsibility

Dr Sarah Glozer, School of Management writes for The Conversation on why tech giants need to take more responsibility for the advertising that makes them billions.

SAMIS unavailable on 17-18 December

SAMIS will be unavailable on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 December due to an upgrade.