Archive for the ‘Campus news’ Category

Pay and Pensions Update

Richard Brooks, Director of HR, and Martin Williams, Director of Finance, give an update on pay and pensions.

International conference on death, dying and disposal

Over 250 academics, policy-makers and practitioners will come together in early September for the 14th International Conference.

Service Design - DDAT group Learning Lunch Series

Join Rich Prowse, Deputy Director of Service Design to learn how the practical application of design can help to deliver successful online and offline experiences.

Visit The Edge to experience the world of Robert Anton

An exhibition extraordinary miniature figures, archival material and drawings from a little-known artist of 70’s New York.

Confirmation and Clearing

The University's Confirmation and Clearing helpline is open today from 7am-5pm and tomorrow from 8am-5pm.

Digital, Data and Technology Group (DD&T)

From 1 August 2019, Computing Services will be known as Digital, Data & Technology (DD&T) Group.

Please help welcome prospective students

Our Open Day planning team is keen to hear from colleagues willing to work at our final Open Day this year on Saturday 14 September.

Family Thursdays at The Edge: Interactive Storytelling this week

Join theatre practitioner and creative learning specialist Lizzy Cummins in this story telling workshop for families.

Parliamentary reception for Bath’s quality students’ union

The SU at the University of Bath has received an award at a special parliamentary reception to mark students’ unions high standards of management.

IT maintenance affects Print Service, Tue 13 Aug

The University Print Service will be unavailable between 5am and 7am due to service updates.

Learn facilitation skills and put them into practice

We are looking for colleagues who are interested in enhancing their facilitation skills and willing to help with two events in October.

Join an accompanied cycle ride from Bristol to Bath: 10 Sept

Join us for a group ride into the Uni, we’ll be welcoming staff and students, cyclists and ebike riders.

Action to address bus concerns

Professor Steve Egan provides an update on the University bus services

2020 Diaries now available from Lyreco

The new range of 2020 diaries are now in stock at Lyreco. You can find product information and prices on the Procurement web page, under the Stationery and Office Supplies category.

2019 European Championships at the University

Tickets are still available for the National Lottery backed European Modern Pentathlon Championships taking place from August 6-11.

Register for Tackling Hate Crime in Higher Education Course

The 'Tackling Hate Crime in Higher Education' six-week course is part of the Teaching Development Fund projects and is available to students in Semester One.

New Outlook Web experience from 5 August 2019

Microsoft are upgrading all Education Office 365 users to the new Outlook Web experience.

Summary of the Council meeting on 18 July 2019

A report of the Council meeting held on Thursday 18 July 2019.

A new, simpler way to navigate in Microsoft Teams

Starting from today, you’ll discover a new, simpler way to navigate in Microsoft Teams called Grid view.

Do you request to buy from new suppliers?

There is a replacement to the new suplier application form to do this.