Archive for the ‘None’ Category

D-Notice committee issue two notices over Skripal

'Spinwatch' reveals that the Skripal affair has resulted in the issuing of not one but two 'D-Notices' to the British media

A special countryside walk uncovering Bath's hidden history

An explorative stroll uncovering some of the hidden histories and memories of Bath on Saturday 12 May, 2-5pm

Olympic champion launches SU's first ever Colour Run

Three hundred students took part in Bath Student Union’s first ever colour run on Saturday 28 April, raising £1950 for WaterAid’s lifesaving work

'Golden Triangle' to benefit UK

Government, business and academics gathered at a Uni event to explore the ‘Golden Triangle’ of collaboration

Bath AUA talk with Students’ Union Chief Executive

Andrew McLaughlin spoke at a recent meeting of Bath AUA about the Student Union

Targeted approach to NHS Health Checks

A recent public health study of NHS Health Checks in Bristol has found disparities in the groups attending

Personal Safety: reports of man photographing a student in Oldfield Park

To be aware: we've received reports of a man following, and taking photos of, a student in the Oldfield Park area. The matter has been reported to local police.

Historical photographs at The Edge galleries

This exhibition of 200 photographs is drawn from the extensive collection of the archive of modern conflict and takes place between 20 April and 16 June

Bath named top university in the South West

The University has been named the region’s top university for a third consecutive year

The difference an Alumni Fund Grant makes

We’re halfway through our Spring Telethon and the team have loved speaking with our alumni

New structure for student recruitment now in operation

Student recruitment now undertaken by three teams focused on UG, PGT and PGR student recruitment: each with a global remit

'Myth’ exercise suppresses immunity

Research has debunked the ‘myth’ that strenuous exercise suppresses the immune system

Selene Fernandez-Valverde joins the Milner Centre

Selene Fernandez-Valverde has received a Royal Society Fellowship to work with the Milner Centre for Evolution for three years

Excel - Advanced Functions, Tues 24 Apr, 2pm to 4.30pm

This course is available to all staff and postgraduate students. You'll learn how to use advanced functions such as VLOOKUP to search your data

Industrial Action: Message from PVC Learning and Teaching, 16 April

Dear Students,

Hon Professor Tony Walter: death and paradise

How does belief influence the way people approach death? Prof Tony Walter (Dept of Social and Policy Sciences) joins other experts to discuss the subject

British Heart Foundation set to benefit

A campaign where our students helped raise over £150,000 in 2017 is gearing up for another year

British Heart Foundation set to benefit from unwanted student belongings thanks to ‘move out’ campaign

A campaign which raised over £150,000 last year for the British Heart Foundation is gearing up for another year as it looks to support students moving out of the city for the summer, helping raise vital funds for cardiovascular research.

STV access during Invictus Games Trials

The UK team trials for the Invictus Games 2018 take place at the STV between 6 - 9 April

Sports Training Village access during Invictus Games Trials

The University of Bath will once again be hosting the UK team trials for the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 for a third consecutive year, starting today (Friday 6 April).