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Louisa Ayebare shares her experiences studying MSc Humanitarianism, Conflict and Development, realising her UN dream and being part of an international cohort.
Ed Jepson-Randall talks about the support he received from his Director of Studies and the Wellbeing and Disability teams during his first year at Bath.
BSc Criminology student Chloe Woolford shares her experience studying at Bath.
Dr Mel Channon (SPS) writes for The Conversation.
Dr Chao Fang visiting (research fellow in the Centre for Death & Society) and Dr Sam Carr (Department of Education) write for The Conversation.
Dr Emma Carmel and Dr Katharina Lenner (SPS) with Dr Regine Paul (University of Bergen) explore key themes and discussions from their new book about migration.
Blog: Dr Ricky Kanabar offers his reflections on the UK's Levelling Up White Paper, arguing for greater scrutiny of policy initiatives.
The Tobacco Supply Chain Database unwraps who and what is involved in the process of getting tobacco products from seed to smoker.
University of Bath student charity spin-out ‘The Washing Machine Project’ is delivering its pioneering Divya hand-cranked machines in Africa.
Director of the Centre for Death & Society, Dr Kate Woodthorpe, writes for The Conversation.
Bath’s CDAS will host two free online events, open to everyone, reflecting on The Queen’s death, its impact, public mourning and rituals, and media coverage.
Professor Wilson will take up her role from 1 October 2022.
The study, authored by our Centre for Development Studies, drew on children and caregivers’ experiences of neglect in Jordan and the Gaza Strip, Palestine.
As the Queen’s Speech outlined plans for changes to the Mental Health Act, a study highlights the challenging experiences for family members of people detained.