Posts Tagged ‘death’

UK ‘ill prepared’ for death and dying

IPR Policy Brief highlights challenges which should act as a catalyst to rethink our approach to death and dying

C4 sets up old people’s home for 4-year-olds

Prof Malcolm Johnson (CDAS) features in tonight's C4's series 'Old People's Home for Four-Year-Olds'

C4 series sets up old people’s home for four-year-olds

Professor Malcolm Johnson from CDAS is part of tonight's C4's series 'Old People's Home for Four-Year-Olds'

Death of Prof Darryl P Almond (formerly of Materials Science)

We regret to announce the death of Emeritus Professor Darryl P Almond, who joined the University of Bath in 1976.

Margaret Roper, philanthropist, dies aged 78

Over the past 12 years, Margaret & Brian Roper's generous gifts to the University have had a huge impact, enriching the lives of thousands of indivduals.

Marjorie 'Margie' VandeLinde: 1942 - 2017

We are saddened to announce the death of Marjorie P “Margie” VandeLinde, wife of Professor David Vandelinde, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bath (1992-2001), on 22 May 2017.

Funeral of Professor Robin Sibson (formerly of Maths)

We regret to announce the death of Professor Robin Sibson, a former member of the Department of Mathematical Sciences.

Death of Dr Darrell Patterson (Chemical Engineering)

I have the sad duty to announce that our dear friend and colleague Dr Darrell Alec Patterson, Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering, passed away on Sunday 19 February 2017.

Why do some people sail through life while others struggle?

A new research project to investigate the ways in which different people cope with crises wants to draw on the experiences of people aged 65 and older (because they are most likely to have witnessed and lived through the greatest number of life-affecting events, and the most difficult ones).

Researchers seek answers to help overcome life’s challenges

A new research project is to investigate the ways in which different people cope with crises, why some sail through life, yet others struggle. Researchers in the Department of Psychology want to draw on the experiences of people aged 65 and older because they are most likely to have witnessed and lived through the greatest number of life-affecting events, and the most difficult ones.

Funeral arrangements for Dr Jim Caunt: Mon 30 Jan

It is with great sadness that we confirm the sudden death last Friday of our colleague, and friend to many, Dr Jim Caunt, Lecturer in Biology & Biochemistry.

Funeral details for Peter Brown, former Landscape Manager

Peter’s funeral will be held at 11am on Friday 27 January 2017 at Kingswood Remembrance Park in Bristol; former colleagues are welcome to attend.

The University is sad to announce the death of Dr Jim Caunt

It is with great sadness that we confirm the sudden death last Friday of our colleague, and friend to many, Dr Jim Caunt, Lecturer in Biology & Biochemistry.

Funeral arrangements of Dr Robert Jones (formerly of Physics)

We regret to announce the death of Dr Robert Jones, a former member of the School (now Department) of Physics, on 7 December.

Embrace with death: John Troyer writes for Bath Magazine

Dr John Troyer, Director of the Centre for Death and Society writes about his own journey and the history and work of CDAS.

IPR blog: Bereavement from drug & alcohol-related deaths

Dr Christine Valentine, Research Associate in the Centre for Death and Society (CDAS), has contributed a blog post titled: 'Drug and alcohol-related deaths: What of those left behind?'

Breathing new life into the funeral business

Tony Walter, Professor of Death Studies in our Centre for Death & Society, writes for The Conversation.

Why we need to find a cure for 'social death'

Jana Králová, PhD student in our Centre for Death & Society, writes for The Conversation.

How do we say goodbye to those we’ve lost? Fri 24 Jun

3rd Stage Dance Company presents Mementos – The Journey with a talk by Dr John Troyer from CDAS.

Bob Holman - obituary

The death has been announced of Bob Holman, Professor of Social Administration at the University from 1974 to 1976.