Archive for January 2019

Trace organic compounds - lunchtime seminar

Professor Martin Jekel from the Technical University of Berlin will discuss trace organic compounds and present different approaches to their removal at a lunchtime seminar on Thursday 14 February.

Unconditional offers for University degree courses

Mike Nicholson, Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach, outlines three steps which would provide more balance to the use of Unconditional offers.

Website nominated for animal research openness award

The University was recently shortlisted for an award at the Understanding Animal Research (UAR) Openness Awards in the “Website or use of new media” category.

Applications open for two UK Public Policy Excellence Awards

The University is offering two Excellence Awards for the September 2019 intake of IPR’s part-time Doctorate in Policy Research and Practice.

The Rise of Unconditional Offers Helps No One

Universities must take the lead on resolving the blight that unconditional offers place on the HE sector, says Mike Nicholson.

IT maintenance affects iTrent, Agresso and more - 5 Feb

Tuesday 5 February, 7am-9am

University is a Living Wage employer

The University and UNISON are pleased to confirm we have been accredited as a Living Wage employer.

Few places available on Influencing & Negotiating

Aimed at all staff. To book your place, please use the Employee-Self-Service (ESS) self-booking online process.

What are the challenges to water quality in Bath?

Professor Kees van Leeuwen will discuss the challenges in this talk to be held on 5 February in the Chancellors' Building.

Omnibus members now total 400

If you know someone who isn’t a member, encourage them to join as membership is now free.

Adverse weather forecast this week

If weather conditions deteriorate significantly, we'll post a further communication using University channels.

Influencing & Negotiating for Managers

Please book using the Employee Self-Service (ESS) self-booking online process.

Language courses for University staff

Find out which level is right for you and how to enrol.

IT Security Awareness Course

We have a new IT Security course to keep your data safe.

VC's Research Day 2019

Early career researchers from across the University showcased their work.

Goods Distribution with Electric Vehicles

Professor Gilbert Laporte explores the potential for using electric vehicles in the goods transport sector at this public lecture.

IPR Blog: Is Medicine the Field of Dreams?

Research Fellow at UCL Medical School, Dr David Harrison, examines implications of new medical schools as a way to deal with NHS shortages.

Britain Beyond Brexit - Prof Nick Pearce co-edits new book

IPR Director, Professor Nick Pearce, co-edits new book on what the Brexit decision might mean for Britain’s economy, society and politics.

Places available on Coaching Conversations - 13 Feb

This course is suitable for Managers & Supervisors. To book your place please use Employee Self-Service (ESS) self-booking process.

Nurture genius in developing countries

A new economics study suggests more breakthrough science could be achieved by supporting exceptional talent from developing countries.