Archive for the ‘People news’ Category

England cricketing stars recognised at Winter ceremonies

Cricketing stars Anya Shrubsole and Marcus Trescothick will both receive Honorary degrees today.

Architecture graduate wins global competition

Architecture graduate, Justin Bean, has been awarded this year’s Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President’s Medal for undergraduate students.

Caroline Ang joins the IMI as Institute Manager

Institute for Mathematical Innovation (IMI) is delighted to welcome Caroline Ang as its new Manager.

Alumna aboard the International Space Station

University Aerospace Engineering graduate from 2004, Anne McClain, blasted off from Kazakhstan.

Congratulations to our new HEA Fellows via the Bath Course

The Bath Course is for lecturers and teaching fellows to support their development whilst on probation. Successful completion of all elements of the course results in obtaining HEA Fellowship.

A summer working on ultrasound tomography

Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering student, Paul Hetherington, worked with Professor Manuchehr Soleimani as a research assistant this summer.

Hong Kong schools engagement bears fruit

Colleagues in the Recruitment & Admissions team have just returned from a trip to Hong Kong.

University event in Hong Kong a great success

The University celebrated a successful week of activity and achievement in Hong Kong.

Staff Spotlight on... Abbie Jordan

Abbie from Psychology has just won ‘I’m a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here!’

Join our Tobacco Control Research Group

We’re recruiting new academic, research and professional staff roles to support our work researching and exposing the tactics of the tobacco industry

The Art of Organising Hope

Ana Dinerstein (SPS) speaks about the success of her book and the movement for change it’s inspiring around the world.

CSCT Blog: Sustainability in Practice

CSCT PhD student Maria Weber writes about her two-month internship with Reckitt Benckiser (RB).

Staff Spotlight on Dr Janet Goodall

Janet, Lecturer in the Department of Education talks theology, pseudonyms, and the Litany Against Fear.

FRESH CDT Core Skills Training at Bath

The first cohort of students for FRESH CDT (the NERC Centre for Doctoral Training in Freshwater Biosciences and Sustainability, a collaboration between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter) visited Bath from 5 to 16 November for their Core Skills Training.

TBRe to compete at Formula Student Electric China

Team Bath Racing Electric will compete in their first international Formula Student event.

URB wins big at the Student Radio Awards

On Thursday 8 November, University Radio Bath past and present descended on the indigo at The O2 for the Student Radio Awards.

ahs wins silver for Business Tourism and Venue

The University’s Conference and Events team were recognised for excellent service and high end facilities.

Government launch EU Settlement Scheme pilot for HE sector

This pilot applies to EU citizens and non-EU family members of EU citizens working in the higher education sector and is open until 21 December 2018.

Change Champion helps Bath students gain industry insight

How Biology student George Griffiths used his Change Champion volunteering project to help fellow students gain valuable business networking experience.

Visualising data on placement at CFMS

Mechanical Engineering student, Tom Hunt, spent the third year of his degree on placement at the Centre for Modelling and Simulation. During his time on placement, he developed a virtual reality demonstration to show the services the Centre offered.