Archive for the ‘Campus news’ Category

Closure of the lay by and pedestrian route opposite The Edge

The lay by and pedestrian route opposite the main entrance to The Edge will be closed from Monday 22 July for two weeks.

Staff volunteers needed for Confirmation and Clearing

Admissions & Outreach are looking for volunteers to answer phone calls in the University's Confirmation and Clearing Call Centre.

Vice-Chancellor’s end of year message

Professor Ian White reflects on the year’s highlights.

Indoor Plant Sale

Indoor Plant Sale Monday 15 July - 11am

Three ash trees to be removed

Three trees located south of Arrivals Square on campus have recently been inspected by a tree consultant.

Celebrating Summer Graduations

More than 3,500 students will graduate from the University this week, held at the Theatre Royal in the city centre.

Temporary closure of Norwood House Prayer room

Due to heating works in Norwood House Prayer room, alternative room 8W 2.4 has been arranged for staff and students from 10 to 12 July.

Do you cycle to work, or are you thinking you might?

Then you should join the Bicycle Users Group mailing list!

Introducing Yammer

We’re excited to introduce the next Office 365 app to the University, known as Yammer! – a social networking tool to connect and engage with others.

University rated among UK’s best in National Student Survey 2019

Students studying at Bath are among the most satisfied in the UK, according to the results of the National Student Survey (NSS) 2019.

Perspective Tour of Borderlines with Dr Oliver Walton

Dr Walton's tour of Borderlines will focus on the relationship between borders, conflict and peace.

Change to location of coach bays

The designated coach bays are now at the rear of East Car Park.

Change of location for the Parking Office

All parking services are now provided from the Library instead of Wessex House.

2019 Energy and Environment Report out now

The annual Energy and Environment Report charts the University's progress in meeting its sustainability targets.

Windows 10 updates are coming

Find out what you need to do to ensure your PC stays up to date.

Exhibition Perspective Tour with Dr Emma Carmel - 4 July

Emma will focus on authority and belonging; thinking about who has authority to determine what belonging is.

Solar panels installed on roof of Polden residences

In March 2019 the project to install solar photovoltaic panels on the roof of our new accommodation was completed.

Traffic Light Controls on Convocation Avenue

The Convocation Avenue entrance to the University will have traffic management in place between Wednesday 3 July - Tuesday 9 July. During this period a section of Convocation Avenue by the School of Management site entrance will be reduced to single lane traffic. Traffic light controls will be in place.

The Edge: After Hours

Take a tour of the exhibition, get creative with adult workshops from printmaker and artist educator Vicky Willmott, listen to live music from Chloe Merilla Tyghe, watch art film Episode of the Sea, and relax with friends over a drink from our bar.

Buses to use temporary stops

As work continues on Arrivals Square, buses will now operate via temporary stops in the East Car Park and outside the STV.