Posts Tagged ‘alumni’

Student Apps Crunch winners get set for Silicon Valley

Students behind a new app to help users plan evenings out have taken top prize in the University of Bath’s Apps Crunch competition, winning an all-expenses paid trip to San Francisco, to meet tech experts in Silicon Valley.

Scholarships awarded to more than 100 Bath students

At a celebratory event on Saturday 22 February hosted by the Vice-Chancellor, scholarships were officially presented to more than 100 Bath students.

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Chem Eng graduate awarded prestigious Salters' prize

We are pleased to announce that Zoe Wood, a recent MEng graduate from the Department of Chemical Engineering, has been awarded a prestigious Salters' graduate prize which she collected at the Salters' Institute annual awards ceremony in November at Salters' Hall, London.

Year Abroad students meet European alumni

A week of events across Europe saw third year students on their Year Abroad and some of our European alumni meet for the first time.

Alumni House of Lords reception

Alumni fund receives more applications for grants than ever

In May the Alumni fund panel met to consider its largest number of applications, and awarded over £100,000 to projects that will benefit the University.

Alumni night - Plugged In

Over 85 alumni and their guests came back to campus on Saturday 8 June for a night of nostalgia in the Parade Bar.

Industry relationships strengthen at London placement event

A memorable evening was held on 23 May in London by the Department of Economics to thank the organisations that have supported placement year students recently.

Scientists to develop new detection technology for lifesciences research

Our chemists are working with industry and the Research Complex at Harwell to develop a new suite of fluorescent nanoparticles to enable a straightforward multiplexing technology for immunoassays and cell and tissue imaging.

Donation leads to new post in life-changing disability research

The University has appointed the first research fellow for a new Centre that aims to change lives through its research into disability, physical activity and health.

Strengthening our international profile in Hong Kong and Australia

We caught up with Professor Colin Grant, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Internationalisation, before he set off on his first major visit to Hong Kong and Australia in his new role.

Alumni gather in London to discuss Uni's 2012 Paralympic Legacy

Over 30 alumni and staff gathered at Eversheds’ Offices in the City of London to celebrate the launch of the DisAbility Sport and Health (DASH) initiative and the University’s involvement in the Paralympic Games.

Spreading the message of the Games

University of Bath alumna, Caroline Searle, has had her fair share of Olympic and Paralympic participation.

Alumni Fund Grants support research across the University

Donations to the Alumni Fund are providing a boost for health research projects across the University; grants to support both well-established and pioneering studies into health and wellbeing were awarded in July.

Bath graduate wins Sky 1’s The Angel

An aerospace engineering graduate has won £100,000 of business investment as a contestant on Sky 1’s The Angel, screened on Tuesday 21 August.

Mech Eng alumnus takes on challenge of rowing across Atlantic

Benno Rawlinson (MEng Mechanical Engineering 2010) is taking on the challenge of rowing across the Atlantic Ocean. Benno and his seven teammates plan to complete the 3000-mile crossing in a record-breaking time of 30 days.

Bath alumnus to connect London to the world during 2012

A company run by Bath alumni Chris Green will be providing a range of services to the London Media Centre during the Olympic Games.

250 alumni attend House of Lords Reception

We invited over 250 alumni, their guests and other friends of the University, to attend an exclusive reception at the House of Lords on Friday 29 June 2012, hosted by our Chancellor Lord Tugendhat.

Graduate on target for a great experience

When the first medal ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics gets underway at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich on Saturday 28 July, Bath graduate Rachel Spry will be there as part of the events team running the Olympic shooting competition.