Posts Tagged ‘community’

Study highlights how community violence fosters antisocial behaviour in kids

New psychology research highlights the links between community violence and antisocial behaviour in young people.

Let’s Talk: thanks for taking part

The recording of our Let's Talk all staff meeting on Thursday is now available to watch online

LGBT+ group created for staff and PGRs

Aiming to provide social events, support and representation of LGBT+ interests at University level

Community research initiative

The 'Community Matters' project will pair academics with local voluntary & community organisations

Unique research collaboration to benefit grassroots community organisations

A new public engagement initiative 'Community Matters' pairing academics with local voluntary and community organisations has been launched.

Students lay on vintage party for people with dementia

A team of postgraduate students from School of Management organised a nostalgic afternoon for Alzheimer’s Society day centre clients with a ‘pop-up’ cinema to play classic movies, Christmas crafts and games.

Students put on a vintage party for people with dementia

A team of postgraduate students from School of Management has organised a vintage Christmas tea party for local people with dementia to bring back memories of Christmas past, at Alzheimer’s Society’s Pinelea Day Centre in Midsomer Norton.

Honorary Degree for BBC’s Justin Webb

The journalist and broadcaster Justin Webb will be presented with an honorary degree at next week's Winter Graduation ceremonies at the Assembly Rooms.

Graduation celebrations at the Assembly Rooms

Over 850 students will receive degrees at our annual winter graduation ceremonies at the City’s historic Assembly Rooms on Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 December.

Public lecture: mission into distant space

Come on a journey through space to understand the most distant stars & galaxies: Thu 26 Nov

Swimming star O'Connor to start Olympic Day Run: Sat

Commonwealth swimming champion Siobhan-Marie O’Connor will act as official starter for the annual Olympic Day Run when it takes places on campus tomorrow (Saturday) as part of a Team Bath Community Activity Day.

Stephen Fry demos student project on QI

Don't miss BBC 2’s QI tonight when a metal maze built by our physics students will show the ‘Leidenfrost effect’

Stephen Fry to demonstrate student project on QI

A metal maze that was built by physics students to show how water droplets can propel themselves will feature on BBC 2’s QI this week when host Stephen Fry demonstrates the ‘Leidenfrost effect’.

RAG Week raises an astonishing £10,000 for local charities

The extraordinary hard work and dedication of dozens of students from Bath Raising and Giving (RAG) well and truly paid off as it raised £10,000 for the city’s local charities during RAG Week, from 24 to 28 February 2014.

Giant campus cake sale celebrates Ted’s Big Day Out

Staff and students raised over £1,700 for the Royal United Hospital’s Forever Friends Appeal, by staging a giant bake-off in aid of Ted’s Big Day Out on Friday 18 October.

School students experience science first hand

This summer the University sponsored and hosted 15 students from schools in the Bristol and Bath area on the In2scienceUK scheme. This STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) placement scheme gives students from low income backgrounds the opportunity to experience research science first hand. 

Water droplets make for an aMazing film

Physics students have created an entrancing film showing how water droplets can make their own way through a metal maze.

New Open Café invites you to have your say on Euroscepticism

Local people are invited to a new monthly event to discuss issues that are central to society, kicking off with Euroscepticism, tonight, Monday 28 January at the Raven Pub, Bath.

Public invited to share Second World War stories

A new interactive website that shares people’s experiences from the Second World War will be launched in Bath at a public event at the Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution (BRLSI) on Tuesday 29 January.

Public lecture shows how austerity measures are damaging the UK's poorest children

A free public lecture at the University of Bath will look at the hidden costs of the Government’s austerity policies for the UK's poorest children, on Thursday 22 November.