Archive for the ‘Learning and teaching’ Category

MCQs & deep learning workshop

Tue 9 May: With two leading figures in the field of assessment through multiple choice questionnaires

Education Awards Evening 2017

Winners announced of this years' University Teaching Awards & Academic Rep Awards

Students heading to Silicon Valley for placement at Cisco

Computer Science students Alistair Thomson and Konstantin Simeonov been selected to take part in the Cisco International Internship Program, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity offered to high-performing students from leading international universities.

New Learning Commons opens

Norwood House Learning Commons has opened on campus, just in time for the May revision period

Nominate your best finalist for Chancellor's Prize by Tue 2 May

There is still time to propose exceptional final-year undergraduates for the annual Chancellor's Prize.

Bath best in the South West for second year

We have been ranked 11th out of 129 UK universities by the Complete University Guide 2018

Please register to process at graduations

The closing date for staff to register attendance at the ceremonies & for booking gowns is 5 June

Testing the aerodynamics of drone wings

Hemant Chudasama's final-year project investigates methods to improve wing's lift characteristics

New Gold Scholarships move beyond financial support

A unique new scholarship from the University of Bath gives students from the most disadvantaged backgrounds the chance to build social and cultural capital as well as offering increased financial support during their studies.

Online unit evaluations are opening

Please encourage your students to complete their Semester 2 unit evaluations.

Business students need new perspective not new framework

Two current students on our MSc in Sustainability & Management pose the question: Can we talk about business ethics being as important as business economics as part of a management degree?

Women in Leadership course is 'challenging & refreshing'

This will be the first programme of its kind to run out of the University's new London facility in Pall Mall.

First Modern Building Design MOOC a success

Over 4,600 learners from across the world signed up to take part in a new and free online course delivered by the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering.

DCarb students from Engineering & Design share insights

Our students from the CDT in Decarbonisation of the Built Environment blog about what they are up to - from outreach to research projects.

CLT Launch + Lunch: Thu 4 May

Come & meet reps of the four teams within the Centre for Learning & Teaching at the official launch

Chancellor's Prize for best undergraduate

Please nominate exceptional finalists for this year's Chancellor's Prize by noon on Tuesday 2 May

Association of MBAs (AMBA) reaccredits our MBA for five years

The AMBA panel praised the School of Management for its research strength; the unity of the senior management team; the strong pastoral care given to MBA students; and the national & gender diversity of MBA students.

Matching autistic people with technology resources

Mark Brosnan discusses some of the challenges and solutions for parents and carers of autistic people, and shares more about the course Smart-ASD: Matching Autistic People with Technology Resources.

Wellies at the ready: Team building in the wilderness

Alison Ryder and Megan Stalker sum up CSCT Cohort 2016's three-day team building residential at Magdalen Farm where they experienced a diverse landscape, connected with nature and learnt from sustainable living.

A semester abroad in Brisbane, Australia

Third-year Chemical Engineering student Nicky Morris is spending the semester at the University of Queensland.