Posts Tagged ‘award’

Dr Harry Kuchah wins TESOL award

Dr Harry Kuchah, from the Department of Education’s Language and Educational Practices research cluster and a member of the MA TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) team, has been selected for the TESOL International Association 'Up and Coming’ award.

Jeff Thompson given lifetime achievement award

Professor Thompson, Emeritus Professor in the Department of Education, was given the Global Education Forum award in recognition of his teaching, research and leadership roles in international education.

Prof Hugh Lauder - Fellow of Academy of Social Sciences

The Academy of Social Sciences, Britain’s national academy of academics, learned societies and practitioners representing nearly 90,000 social scientists has honoured the achievements of Professor Hugh Lauder from our Department of Education as its latest Fellow.

Professor Hugh Lauder announced Fellow of Academy of Social Sciences

The Academy of Social Sciences, Britain’s national academy of academics, learned societies and practitioners representing nearly 90,000 social scientists has honoured the achievements of Professor Hugh Lauder from our Department of Education as its latest Fellow.

Bath Professor named as finalist for national tech award

Professor Carole Mundell has been shortlisted as a finalist in this year's FDM everywoman Women in Technology Awards.

Two engineers awarded 2015 James Watt Medal

Professor Geoff Hammond and Áine O’Grady, a PhD student, (Mechanical Engineering) were recently awarded the 2015 James Watt Medal of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) for their paper The implications of upstream emissions from the power sector.

Postgrad student awarded thesis prize by publisher

Hazel Garvie-Cook, who was co-supervised by Sergey Gordeev (Physics) and Richard Guy (Pharmacy & Pharmacology), has had her PhD thesis chosen for publication in the prestigious Springer Theses series.

Prof Steve Tennison awarded Carbon Industry Prize 2015

Congratulations to Steve Tennison, Visiting Professor in Chemical Engineering, who will give a Carbon in Industry prize lecture: "Nanoporous Carbons - New and Emerging Industrial Applications" later in December.

Winter Graduation 2015 web pages

Read profiles of our seven honorary graduates plus lots of other information about our degree ceremonies

Engineering Excellence award

We have won the Engineering Excellence Award for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Fianium

Mech Eng technical services win award for training apprentices

Julian Sulley, Director of Technical Services, shares his experience of training apprentices and attending the Bath College Celebrating Success Awards.

University staff nominated for national KTP awards

Professor Jonathan Knight, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) and Dr William Wadsworth, along with former KTP Fellow Dr James Stone, all from the Department of Physics, have been nominated for both the Best Partnership Award and Engineering Excellence Award. Kashif Siddiq, KTP Associate from the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, has also been nominated by Innovate UK for a national Business Leader of the Future award.

Want to win a Teaching 'Oscar'? Nominations for NTF

The University is able to recommend three candidates for National Teaching Fellowships; you can nominate yourself or a colleague. (Deadline Friday 9 October)

Tony James wins inaugural catalysis & sensing prize

Congratulations to Professor Tony James (Chemistry) who won the inaugural Catalysis & Sensing for our Environment (CASE) prize at the CASE 2015 symposium in Dublin.

Avi Shankar wins 'Best Paper' at Academy of Marketing Conference

Professor Avi Shankar has won ‘Best Paper in Conference’ at the Academy of Marketing Conference 2015, for his paper ‘A critical reconceptualization of Marketplace Cultures: The Ambiguity of Socialization and the Centrality of Play’ co-authored with Stephen O’Sullivan.

Interpreting & Translating student wins European prize

Georgina Banfield, MA Interpreting and Translating student, has been awarded second prize in a prestigious competition at the Directorate General for Interpretation, the European Commission’s interpreting service and conference organiser (DG Interpretation).

Russ Vince wins 2014 'That's Interesting Award'

Professor Russ Vince (School of Management) has won the 2014 ‘That's Interesting Award’ from the European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) for his paper: ‘The Unconscious and Institutional Work’.

SU wins prestigious award for supporting international students

The NUS/UKCISA Internationalisation Awards reward best practice within universities and students’ unions and recognise some of the hard work that unions and officers put into supporting international students.

2015 Staff Recognition Award winner

Congratulations to this year's winner: Bob Stevens, a technician from the Department of Chemistry

Summer Graduation 2015 web pages

Read profiles of our eleven honorary graduates plus lots of other information about our degree ceremonies