Archive for the ‘Learning and teaching’ Category

Congratulations to new HEA Fellows via Bath Course

Video: Mechanical engineering dragster challenge

Teams Mechanical Engineering students designed, built and raced spring-propelled dragsters

Congratulations to our latest Bath Scheme Fellows

Congratulations to our latest Bath Scheme Fellows

Taking Marie-Curie on a Eurotrip

Read the CSCT blog about the 5th Marie Curie Alumni Association Annual Conference and General Assembly in Leuven, Belgium

Designing and building a mini automated vehicle

Joshua Olaleye built a guided vehicle to compete in our mouse race group project, where the challenge is to complete a circuit in the fastest time

How maths saves time and money

IMI has been highlighted in a national review of Knowledge Exchange in the Mathematical Sciences

Two bath undergraduates claim national awards

Undergraduates Rachel Hayden (Civil Engineering) and Charlie Francis (Accounting and Finance) have claimed awards at the national Undergraduate of the Year awards 2018

Video - What's it like studying civil engineering?

Student Freya Kille was approached by UniFrog to help them create a video about what it is like to study civil engineering at university

Sensors and cameras - launching a high altitude balloon

Read the latest blog Mechanical Engineering undergraduate Jacob Smith, on his quest to launch a camera into space

Survey season 2017/18 finishes 30 April

This is your final chance to encourage feedback from your students on their academic experience

Education Award winners 2018

Staff and students gathered for The SU Bath and University of Bath Education Awards Evening 2018

Killer cars and rebellious robots

Dr Ben Metcalfe, Lecturer in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, writes about the future of robotics and why we are launching new courses in this area

Academy of Social Sciences recognition for Professors

Alma Harris and Nick Pearce have been named Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences

Autism MOOC launches in Mandarin

In the run-up to World Autism Awareness Day (2 April) our Centre for Applied Autism Research is launching its new autism MOOC with partners in China

The Basil Spence competition continues to make an impact

A video has been released about the annual Basil Spence Competition, where architecture and civil engineering students combine

Talking with users of low cost medical diagnostic tools

Dr Pedro Estrela blogs about a trip to South Africa where he talked with patients nurses and doctors in low resource areas about medical diagnosis

Language students' PAL sessions

How Peer Assisted Learning is helping our students to develop their language skills and intercultural awareness

Team Bath Drones set to defend title

Last year’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Challenge saw Team Bath Drones take the title

Have you made changes following student feedback?

The Bath Architecture Annual 2017