Archive for March 2019

Royal showcase for horse racing research

Two University projects designed to reduce injuries in horse racing were presented to Her Majesty The Queen.

Staff Spotlight on... Corinne Evans

Corinne, Head of Communications, was a Highly Commended nominee in the Staff Recognition Awards.

Building an International Learning Society

China’s investments in talent circulation and innovation hubs hold many lessons for the UK’s international education ambitions, says Prof Montgomery.

NHS partnerships with drug companies ‘out of public sight’

Drug companies spent over £7.5m on joint working in 2016-17, but 1 in 5 NHS trusts are keeping details secret according to new research from Bath academics.

Launch of Radio Chévere

A radio programme in Spanish, run by students for student and staff interested in Hispanic issues, has now been launched.

Congratulations to new Bath Scheme HEA Fellowships holders

The Bath Scheme provides an accredited route to Fellowship for experienced staff who support learning and teaching.

2 Bath academics conferred as Fellows of ACSS

Professor Simone Fullagar and Professor Joe Devine have both been included in this prestigious list of newly conferred Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences.

Team Based Learning by Experience

Steve Cayzer explores the potential to transform groupwork through Team Based Learning (TBL). TBL offers a scaleable way to increase engagement while delivering higher level learning outcomes.

IPR Blog: Reasons to be hopeful

How 2019 could see a welcome UN resolution for children growing up in institutional care.

Insects: species that prefer crops prosper

Professor Stuart Reynolds, Emeritus Professor the Department of Biology and Biochemistry, writes for The Conversation.

Chancellor hosts first University reception in Dubai

Our Chancellor, HRH The Earl of Wessex, hosted alumni, partners and friends on Sunday 24 March in Dubai.

Submit your questions to the panel

Our 'An Autism Friendly University' event will be live streamed. Email your questions, in advance, to

IREP and PoLIS Brexit events taking place tomorrow

These two back-to-back Brexit-themed events mark two years since Article 50 was triggered by the UK.

Summary of the 2017/18 Financial Statements

Martin Williams, Director of Finance, gives a quick summary of the 2017/18 Financial Statements.

New Development Toolkit elearning modules available

Ten new 101 elearning modules including: Wellbeing, Teams, Feedback, Change management, Presentations, Project management and Personal branding.

The Brexit game: New players, new strategies, new challenges!

Dr Richard Fairchild, Senior Lecturer in the School of Management, writes fro CGTN.

Recycle your used and unwanted pens

Bring your old biros, whiteboard pens, permanent markers, felt tips and tippex pots to our new locations on campus to be recycled.

New CAMERA Student Technician Team

CAMERA have created a new Student Technician Team to work within the studio on research and commercial projects.

University looks East with launch of new Research Centre

The new Centre will bring together an interdisciplinary global network to improve Asian-European exchange about education and social sciences.

One World Film, Arabic Film Night

Lemon Tree, an award-winning Israeli film directed by Eran Riklis, will be shown on 1 April at 6:30pm in the University Hall.