Posts Tagged ‘university of bath’

Open banking set to shake up UK financial services

University Court meeting

The University’s Court met on campus on 16 January

Council action on HEFCE report

Council agrees to take action on all recommendations made in the recent HEFCE report

Senate affirms confidence in Vice-Chancellor

University Senate has affirmed confidence in its Vice-Chancellor at its meeting on campus

University response to HEFCE report

A message from Chair of Council, Thomas Sheppard, on today's publication of a report by HEFCE

How our governance works

A short film explaining how our governing bodies work together at the University

WIRC open discussion day showcases their research themes

The Water Innovation and Research Centre (WIRC) presented research themes and their future ambitions

New Prize Fellows join us in 50th year

This year we welcome fifteen new Prize Fellows, further strengthening our areas of existing research excellence

OBE for Diane Aderyn Director of Finance

Diane Aderyn recognised for transforming financial position in 2017 New Year Honours

Honour for Bath social scientist Tess Ridge

Professor Tess Ridge made an OBE for pioneering work on child poverty in Queen's New Year's Honours list

Professor Colin Grant

Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Internationalisation) to join University of Southampton to take up new post

New Dyson Chair of Design Engineering

Welcome to Professor Gareth Jones, previously Product Development Director at Dyson

Study shows teenagers can have a ball without excess

Financial disadvantage does not necessarily lead to pupils’ exclusion from American-style high school proms, according research carried out by the Universities of Bath, Stirling and Lancaster.

Child volunteers needed for research into stress

Researchers at the University of Bath are looking for youngsters to help them investigate how children cope with stress.

Study seeks to find why some people keep the weight off

Dieters who have lost lots of weight are being asked to share their experiences in a new study being carried at the University of Bath.

Public lecture: Archaeology, common rights and the origins of ‘Britishness’

A free public lecture will explore the ancient right of commoning and its associated values of what it means to be British, at the University on Wednesday 31 October.

Public lecture: How to build an Olympic stadium

Structural engineering expert, Dr Paul Shepherd shares the secrets behind the building of the Olympic Park and explores the ways that mathematics was used in the construction and operation of this spectacular event, in a free public lecture at the University of Bath on Wednesday 24 October.

Bath Science Café: How nanotechnology can revolutionise medicine

The impact of nanotechnology on medicine in the next 20 years will be explored at the next meeting of the Bath Science Café, tonight (Monday 8 October) at the Raven pub, Bath.

Public lecture: historical tales of “herbaceous murder”

Freelance garden historian Mr Russell Bowes will be sharing tales of how people have mysteriously died ‘in the garden’ in a free public lecture at the University on Wednesday 10 October.

London 2012 medalists celebration - 10 October

Come join us to celebrate the success of our past and present students who won medals at London 2012.