Posts Tagged ‘student’

Success at Google European Android Camp

This summer, third year student Damask Talery-Brown was one of 23 students from around the world to attend the "seriously intensive and ridiculously fun" Google European Android Camp.

CSCT student wins Faraday Discussion poster prize

George Gregory went to the Faraday Discussion - Carbon Dioxide Utilisation in Sheffield to present a poster and won the poster prize.

Revision of Student Attendance Monitoring & Engagement policy

The policy now only applies to students on Tier 4 visas; much of the policy will be operated and monitored by the Compliance Team in the Academic Registry without the need for data on specific programmes to be provided by the Faculties/School

PGs: Want to use MS Outlook/Exchange? Migrate now

The University has invested in Microsoft Exchange to provide students and staff a richer communications experience. Self-service migration is now available for all students.

Chancellor's Prize for best undergraduate

Mathematics graduate, Jemima Tabeart, is the winner of this year's Chancellor's Prize

Celebrating BP's ongoing support to STEM students

BP recently hosted an event on campus to celebrate the third of its four year £1m STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Scholarships and Centurion Awards scheme at the University.

PG Maintenance payment for Jul - Sep 2015

A notification will be sent to your University email address on Thursday 18 June 2015. If you do not receive the email or there is an error on the remittance advice, please email Studentships by 10am on Wednesday 24 June 2015.

SETsquared showcases student entrepreneurial talent

Hosted by the University of Southampton, this event celebrated the very best of student entrepreneurial talent at the five SETsquared universities – Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey.

Jemima Tabeart (Maths) wins Chancellor's Prize 2015

The Chancellor's Prize is awarded annually to the best final year undergraduate student on the basis of the student demonstrating academic excellence together with a contribution to the life, academic reputation and general work of the University.

Improving the bio-functionality of cellulose in São Paulo

Third year PhD student Marcus Johns blogs about his three-month internship at University of São Paulo, one of our partner institutions in Brazil.

Student attends Global CO2 calculator launch & blogs his thoughts

Second year CSCT student James Stephenson blogs his thoughts having recently attended the 2015 Global CO2 calculator launch and had a go at calculating projected CO2 levels using his own energy and climate pathway.

PhD student takes part in FameLab UK Grand Final

Second-year CSCT student, Emma Sackville, was one of the “UK’s ten brightest stars” to go head to head at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London, to compete for the prestigious title of FameLab UK Champion.

Institutional Student Skills Review

The Uni & SU are running a review of skills development opportunities for students

Student performances - music, theatre & dance

Student shows coming up this weekend.

Distance Learning student wins MBE

Distance Learning student, Kit Wells, has been awarded an MBE for services to education, recognising his work as chairman of the Federation of Gislingham and Palgrave primary schools.

Student wins bronze at Fencing Championships

Chemical Engineering student Stuart Scott won a bronze medal in the team Sabre competition at the Commonwealth Fencing Championships in Scotland recently.

First viva success for Centre for Digital Entertainment

Congratulations to Lindsey Howell - the first student to graduate within the Centre for Digital Entertainment as a Doctor of Engineering.

Who will be crowned ChaOS' Big Band Idol? Sun 26 Oct

The hunt by our Choral & Orchestral Society for a Big Band singer reaches a climactic finale, as the final auditionees perform with the band in front of an audience and panel of judges, in order to find out who is our Big Band Idol.

Student selected to play women's rugby professionally

Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering student Amy Wilson Hardy has accepted a professional contract to play Rugby Sevens in the full-time England Women's Squad.

DBA student becomes Universidad del Rosario's President

Jose Restrepo, a student on our DBA in Higher Education Management programme, has been elected as President of the Universidad del Rosario in Colombia, which is one of the most well established universities in Latin America.