Archive for the ‘Campus news’ Category

Bath 6th in UK in Guardian Guide 2019

We retain our top 10 status and remain the highest-ranked south west university

Election of staff representatives to University committees

Further to the notice calling for nominations for the four vacancies for staff representatives to serve on both the Equality and Diversity Committee and the Health and Safety Committee from 1 August 2018 until 31 July 2021

Next steps following the Halpin review

A video message to staff and students from Ruth Foreman, Vice-Chair of Council

Council responds to the Halpin Review

A message from Thomas Sheppard, Chair of Council

STBH low carbon workshops for businesses

Free workshops offer businesses bespoke support and connections with researcher​s in low carbon technologies and sustainable innovation from the University

IT maintenance SPSS 24, Amos 24 etc: Tues 29 May 7-9am

Book for exhibition tour in Spanish next Wednesday

A free tour at 1pm, led by native speaker Aitor Garcia-Ruiz, PhD Research Programme in Physics

VC's address to Academic Assembly

Vice-Chancellor’s Statutory Address to Academic Assembly on 8 May 2018

Celebrating Polden's highest point

The Mayor joined staff and visitors to mark the occasion for our new PG student accommodation on campus

Visions of Science Art Bursaries

Jamie Eastman & Professor Nick Brook are looking for artwork proposals for inaugural Art Prize

Carry your library card for access on Bank Holiday Monday

Reminder from the Security team about building access on Monday 28 May.

Jazz musician Pee Wee Ellis in conversation with Ian Shaw: 26 May

We are delighted to welcome Pee Wee Ellis back to the University of Bath

Exhibition tour in Polish this Saturday

Learn more about Collected Shadows and Uriel Orlow in The Edge Galleries, led by Olena Strzelbicka, BA (hons) Modern Languages and European Studies

Update on the Halpin review

A message from Thomas Sheppard, Chair of Council and Ruth Foreman, Vice-Chair of Council

Awards for supporting young women in STEM

Rachel Hayden, a Civil Engineering student, talks about winning national awards and encouraging females to pursue careers in science

A creative morning for your family this Saturday

New programme to power high-growth UK companies

The University, as part of the SETsquared Partnership, has launched a programme to enable some of the UK’s best tech scale-up companies become the sector giants of tomorrow.

New Statesman reviews Nick Pearce’s ‘Shadows of Empire'

New 3G training strip is announced

Students and athletes from multiple sports could be set to enjoy enhanced all-weather training facilities

Vice-Chancellor visits Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases

Dame Glynis met with Celia Mead (Executive Director), Christopher Johns (incoming Chair) and Nick Hall (current Chair and former lecturer at the University) as well as members of the wider team.