Archive for the ‘Campus news’ Category

Bath Taps into Science - Wow, what a week!

From 11-18 March 2017, the Bath Taps into Science festival reached out to almost 8,500 people in 59 different events - thank you to all staff involved

Letter from Steve Egan: Brexit update

Support is available for our staff and students as the UK prepares to withdraw from the EU

Building update: Polden accommodation

Preparation works for the Polden accommodation block are now well underway.

'The fight for beauty' with Dame Fiona Reynolds: 27 Mar

Former Director-General of the National Trust Dame Fiona Reynolds will speak on the importance of conserving beauty at the Institute for Policy Research (IPR).

One Young World comes to Bath

We are hosting a conference for young leaders, which will empower them to make positive change

Empowering students to speak up against sexual harassment

The University and Students’ Union are teaming up on an innovative new project to empower the student community to help prevent sexual harassment and violence.

East car park partial closure: Wed 22 Mar

The BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) 'Big Wednesday' event is taking place at the STV on Wednesday 22 March.

The Simpsons & their mathematical secrets: Thu 23 Mar

Simon Singh delves amongst the cartoon drawings for the mathematical secrets hidden in the series.

Ethics approval process is now electronic

Research active academics please note: the new Electronic Ethics Form & approval process is now live

Proud to receive ‘elite’ accreditation by UK Anti-Doping

University Director of Sport Stephen Baddeley said: “At a time of high-profile doping cases, the commitment to honest competition needs to be more robust than ever before so we will not be resting on our laurels – it is vital we continue to raise awareness of clean sport and ensure our athletes, students, coaches and staff continue to make the right choices.”

Western airpower & the myth of risk-free airstrikes: 23 Mar

Investigative journalist Chris Woods examines recent airpower conflicts, measuring what we publicly know against claims by militaries and governments - and showing that risk free warfare remains a myth.

Join us at our tenth Let's Talk staff meeting

Our next open staff meeting takes place on Thursday 6 April at 11.15am in the Arts Lecture Theatre

IT maintenance affects Mech Eng research storage: Tue 7-9am

Research Storage for Mechanical Engineering will be unavailable due to an upgrade.

UK Anti-Doping 'Clean Sport' event on campus

Clean Sport, a programme led by UK Anti-Doping whose mission is to create a culture of clean sport and encourage elite athletes to play a key role in achieving this, will be taking place across campus on 20 and 21 March.

ISEE: All electric aircraft - the future of aviation: Tue 21 Mar

An I-SEE seminar led by Peter Wilson, Professor of Electronic and Systems Engineering

Warning: Bike thieves targeting secure shelters

In recent weeks the campus has been targeted by cycle thieves who have stolen a number of high value cycles from various locations, including secure cycle shelters.

Our 50th Festival is shaping up

Our community festival on Saturday 6 May is shaping up to be yet another day to remember!

Do you engage hourly paid workers?

3 April 2017 will see the launch of a new online process for hiring hourly paid workers

Disruption to traffic between 2S & 3S: Fri 17 Mar

Sorry for inconvenience - BT Openreach will be carrying out cabling work.

Twitter Counter hack advice and response