Archive for the ‘Campus news’ Category

Technicians' Conference 2019

As part of our Technician Commitment we are holding the first conference for University of Bath technical staff to celebrate and showcase their work.

Update on the development of campus Arrivals Square

The Square is being developed to help meet demand for sustainable transport.

Polling station open on campus - 23 May 2019

We are pleased to confirm that a polling station will be open in the Library from 7am to 10pm on Thursday 23 May.

University wins £100k to develop career skills of young people

The £119,912, awarded by the The Careers & Enterprise Company, will go towards an initiative named Careerpilot.

Temporary closure of G car park 23 and 25 May

Update on car parking in G car park.

Carry your library card for access over the Bank Holiday weekend

Reminder from the Security team about building access over the Bank Holiday.

Update on 4 East South

In recent weeks there have been reports of damage to small sections of surface concrete on 4 East South.

Apply for an Alumni Fund grant

You can now apply for a grant for your research or learning enhancement project from the Alumni Fund.

Event: Ethics for Military Engineering

In this session, Professor George R Lucas Jr will debate whether (and how) lethal autonomous weapons can be regulated and developed from an ethical standpoint.

Ede & Ravenscroft Prize Presentations 2019

Come and hear about the best postgraduate research at this free event.

Election of members of the European Parliament

We are pleased to confirm that a polling station will be open in the Library from 7am to 10pm on Thursday 23 May.

IT maintenance affects services and software, Tue 21 May

From 7am to 9am.

Register now for the CTI-Bath International Showcase 2019

Register now for this showcase which will be held at The Edge on Tuesday 25 June 2019.

Restart your Windows 7 PC by Tuesday 21 May

If you have a Windows 7 PC, please restart your PC by Tuesday 21 May in order to receive critical security updates.

University Bus Services

Professor Steve Egan provides an update on the University bus services.

Lunch with impact: IPR and policy engagement

Outlining the work that the IPR does and how it engages with policy makers.

Drop-ins now open!

#GetMovinginMay with The Edge's Barre Fluid Fitness classes - £10 per session!

Lunchtime seminar: capacitive deionization in water treatment

Professor Dengsong Zhang from Shanghai University discusses high-performance electrode materials in the removal of ions from waste and saline water.

Tonight: Memorial lecture to highlight dementia challenges

The inaugural lecture, in memory of former Bath student Beatrice Godwin, takes place during ‘Dying Matters Awareness Week’.

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