Archive for the ‘Campus news’ Category

City Learning Commons & café open

Modern study spaces, an IT suite and training rooms are all up & running at The Virgil Building

HR blog: Change & how it may affect those with a disability

One of the subjects which has come up at the University Equality & Diversity Committee recently is how change – re-organisation, relocation, restructuring – can particularly affect people with a physical or unseen disability.

IT maintenance affects iTrent & more: Tue 21 Feb, 7-9am

Apologies for any inconvenience.

Painting course starts Tuesday

A 7-week course designed to take students on a voyage of discovery, stimulating their imagination, enhancing their skills and providing a platform for experimentation within the two-dimensional arena.

New Visual Arts classes start soon

Why not try something new? Life drawing, painting, sculpture and construction, engraving and printing.

Managed Print Service project update

The project to renew the Managed Print Service is progressing well and a tender is underway

Building update: Polden accommodation

Works for the new Polden building are underway so expect changes to access to the west of campus

Free artist talk at The Edge with James Capper: Thu 16 Feb

I-SEE seminar: Energy efficiency is a no-brainer: Tue 21 Feb

Andrew Todd, Director and Head of Energy and Resource Management at Verco Limited gives a lecture for the I-SEE

IMI Lecture with Prof Chris Brace: Optimising engine performance

Professor Chris Brace will introduce some of the difficult-to-model aspects of an engine’s operation that show evidence of both stochastic and deterministic behaviours.

Library survey: let us know what you think

The survey takes around 10 mins to complete, in return you could win a Kindle Paperwhite e-reader

Activities for all the family at The Edge this half term

Join us at one of our fun and friendly events or workshops

IT maintenance affecting services Tue 14 Feb 7-9am

Maintenance will affect a number of services For a full list of services affected, please read on

Lord Rees: The world in 2050 and beyond

The IPR welcomed Astronomer Royal Lord Rees to lecture on the varying threats to humanity

New system for staff who book flights/hotels

Travel Management Company update is changing due to the old system having been replaced

Widening Participation has now moved to The Virgil Building

Widening Participation has moved its offices to the new city centre hub, The Virgil Building, Manvers Street

Update from Senate - February 2017

A summary of issues discussed at the recent meeting of Senate.

Justin Webb - how to engage your audience

BBC broadcaster & Bath hon grad Justin Webb helps staff & students hone good communication skills

Afternoon screening of award-winning family film HUGO: Sat 18 Feb

Watch HUGO, directed & produced by Martin Scorsese with a star-studded cast, then check out our free, fun children’s activities & crafts, inspired by the film and the James Capper Gallery Exhibition.

Andrew Heath inaugural: Building with the ground: 1 Mar

In his inaugural lecture Andrew Heath, Professor in Geomaterials in the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, will focus on how unsuitable developments on particular sites can increase costs and impacts, and how we can develop more sustainable construction materials using the ground.