Posts Tagged ‘community’

Tickets now available for Bath's biggest firework display!

Bath RAG, in collaboration with Bath Rotary Club, are organising the city's biggest firework display at the Recreation Ground on Saturday 3 November 2012.

Research in the World lecture asks how to keep robots ethical

Professor Alan Winfield from the Bristol Robotics Lab will put the case for a new ethical code for roboticists, in a free public lecture at the University on Tuesday 20 November.

Syrian student’s family tragedy inspires charity run

The tragic story of a Syrian postgraduate student who lost seven members of his family in the Syrian Conflict, has inspired his University of Bath colleagues to run the Cardiff Half Marathon, on Sunday 14 October, in aid of a relief charity working to help other victims.

Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment (I-SEE)

The programme of seminars run by the Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment (I-SEE) is open to all staff, students, businesses and members of the local community.

Research leads to new social network for young people with cancer

Research from the University’s School of Management is enabling young people with cancer to find support from a new social network site.

Foreign languages fundraiser for Three Ways School

Language tutors at the University of Bath are inviting local people to try a new language and raise funds for Bath’s special needs school, Three Ways.

Talented school children get a taste of university life

More than 80 school students in Year 9 are attending a residential event at the University this week to give them an insight into life on campus.

Bath-based charity founder receives honorary degree

Ian Sutherland, the founding Director of Julian House, Bath’s charity for homeless men and women, is receiving an honorary degree today, Tuesday 3 July, at the University of Bath’s Summer Award ceremonies.

Students help to set up new Employee Volunteer Network

Bath & North East Somerset is set to benefit from a new network that will help businesses to give more support to local charities that need volunteers.

Students donate £15,000 to local charities

More than ten local charities are set to benefit from a share of £15,000 fundraised by students at the University of Bath’s Students’ Union.

University collaboration to give boost to local volunteering

A University research project is investigating the need for a new employee volunteering network in Bath to make it easier for small businesses to support the community.

Students bring Apprentice-inspired businesses to Bath

Teams of students from the University are taking ownership of an empty shop in Bath in the next two weeks, when they go head-to-head in a battle to be crowned best student business. 

Companies invited to try out 3D printing technology in Bath

Companies from across the region are being invited to try out ground-breaking 3D printing technology in the BathVentures Innovation Centre.

Universities Week: Bernie Morley in Guardian live chat

Pro-Vice-Chancellor Professor Bernie Morley will be taking part in a live web chat through the Guardian to mark the start of Universities Week 2011 from 1pm to 4pm on Monday 13 June.

Find new confidence with free workshop

People in Weston-super-Mare are being invited to attend a free five-day confidence-building workshop being organised by the University of Bath and held in Weston-super-Mare, between 9 – 13 May.

Bath Science Café: The physics of tsunamis - past and present

The Bath Science Café is on Monday 11 April 2011 and will look at the physics of tsunamis, past and present. The event will take place at The Raven in the centre of Bath, and will begin at 7:30pm.

A-level students enjoy learning about green science at Bath

As part of the Department of Chemistry’s Millennium Lectures series a Green Science Symposium was held on 16th March 2011, attracting over 200 A-level students from across the regio

Bath's student shop wins national award

The student-led enterprise scheme that saw teams of students running a shop for eight days in Bath’s city centre has won a national ‘badge of honour’ award.

Pupils from across Bath get to grips with science

Hundreds of school children from the city spent the day making fossils and controlling LEGO robots as part of the Bath Taps into Science event held at the University of Bath and Green Park station.

Students stage Fashion at Bath

Students at the University of Bath will take to the catwalk on Wednesday 16 March to raise money for charity.