Being the Convocation member on Council, I wanted to update you on what’s been a very busy six months.
As well as recruiting a new Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Ian H White FREng, we have also appointed a new Chair of Council, Pamela Chesters CBE. Find out more.
Both Professor White and Pamela Chesters CBE. will start officially on 8 April 2019 and we look forward to welcoming them.
With best wishes,
Christine Gibbons (BPharm 1978), Convocation member of Council
The Impact Report is out now
£68 million raised, thousands of lives changed. Read about the Look Further campaign in the Impact Report 2008-2018 to find out what a difference donations to the University have made. You can also read articles online.
Spring Telethon is about to begin
Throughout March our students will be calling some of our alumni to find out what they have been doing since graduation, ask for advice and to let alumni know how they can support students. Find out more >>
New gym opening on campus
The new Team Bath Gym & Fitness Centre opens on 26 February. The two-tier extension will more than double the existing gym capacity at the Sports Training Village. Alumni can save ££s on gym and classes. Find out more >>
Fed Cup: GB win on home soil
Thousands of tennis fans came to campus for the Fed Cup this month – the first tie to be held in the UK for 26 years. Victory completed a perfect four days for the GB team, as they won all four of their ties here in Bath. Read more >>
Let's have a reunion!
We've featured highlights from some of last year's reunions in BA2. If you’d like to organise your own get together, we can help track down former classmates, arrange a campus tour, provide drinks vouchers and more. Find out more >>
Brussels: Alumni Reception – 6 March
Join Professor Jeremy Bradshaw, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International & Doctoral), and Professor Steve Egan (Vice President, Implementation) for a very special celebration at The European Parliament. Find out more and book now >>
Bath: Platform, Arts Scholar Showcase – 22 March
Experience an evening of live music, visual arts and performances from our theatre and dance scholars, supported by our generous Arts Scholarship donors. Enjoy a varied repertoire featuring jazz and classical music, Latin and ballroom dancing, photography, physical theatre and more. Find out more >>
New York: Alumni Drinks – 26 March
Join Emma Haines, Deputy Director & Head of Major Gifts, Development & Alumni Relations, for drinks in New York. Current students on placement have also been invited, making the event the ideal occasion for Bath students past and present to share their experiences. Find out more >>
Singapore: Get Connected – 28 March
For the first time, our popular Get Connected networking and careers advice series is coming to Singapore. Join Gavin Maggs, Director of Development & Alumni Relations, and a panel of senior alumni for a discussion about taking the next step in your career. Find out more >>
London: Get Connected – 8 May
Living or working in London? Join us for an evening of socialising and networking with fellow Bath grads at The Vintry. Tickets cost £5. To express your interest in attending, please email email@example.com.
Bath: Natural Sciences 25th Anniversary Reunion – 15 June
We're hosting a family friendly event for all Natural Sciences graduates on campus. Join fellow alumni, staff and students to celebrate this milestone for the department. Find out more and buy a ticket >>
Bath: Modern Pentathlon European Championships – 6-11 August
Tickets are now on sale for the 2019 Modern Pentathlon European Championships, a Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games qualifying event being staged at the University this summer. Watch as they battle it out in swimming, fencing, horse riding and a combined run-shoot – all at one venue. Find out more >>
Bath: Emma Hart, Banger Exhibition – 16 Feb until 27 April
View an exhibition of new sculptures by Emma Hart in the Andrew Brownsword Gallery, based in the University’s arts centre The Edge. Commissioned by The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, these works explore routines, relationships and spaces of everyday life. Find out more >>