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  • The need to move towards a more sustainable society

    Dr Caroline McFarlane from the Department of Chemical Engineering writes about why she worked to develop our new MSc in Sustainable Chemical Engineering Hello, my name is Dr Caroline McFarlane and I’m the Director of Studies for the MSc in...

  • Building networks at the Engineering Placement Fair

    Author: Alison Ukleja, Placements Manager, writes about our recent Engineering Placement Fair - In November we welcomed over 70 companies to campus for our Placement Fair. Our industrial partners got the opportunity to promote their businesses and talk with our...

  • Transportation in the low carbon age

    Author: Jamie Turner - My inaugural lecture looked at the challenge of how society can offer freedom of transport while facing up to climate change. The stark facts In the UK, road and air transport (both overwhelmingly fossil-fuel based) use...

  • Apprentice Technician: Everyday something new

    Emma Walker, former Apprentice Mechanical Engineering Technician, has been nominated to receive the Building Services Construction & Engineering Work Place Learner of the Year Award. This award recognises the hard work, application and excellence in both her academic studies and...

  • New woodworking and timber engineering workshop in 4ES

    Julian Sulley, Director of Technical Services, updates us on 4 East South developments: After months of planning, the ACE woodwork and timber engineering workshop moved into its new facility back in June. We now have a much larger workshop capacity...

  • New Head of Department for ACE

    Professor Pete Walker, outgoing Head of Department, looks back at his time in the role: The past three years have literally flown by. When I joined the University of Bath in 1998 I did not anticipate that one day I...

  • Women in Engineering

    To celebrate Women in Engineering Day, Dr Min Pan, Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, shares her experiences of studying and working in engineering: How will you be spending Women in Engineering Day? I think I will spend the morning in the...

  • Raj Aggarwal's retirement event

    After over 40 years in the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, Professor Raj Aggarwal is retiring. Raj, who started at the University in October 1973, is a familiar face around the campus. Colleagues from across the University are warmly...

  • Imagining research to engage communities

    Ammar Azzouz, PhD student in the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, talks about this year's Images of Research competition and the importance of communicating our research to the wider community: Images of Research takes place every year at the...

  • Our second Faculty PGT Learning & Teaching Conference

    Sally Clift, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, gives an overview of our second Faculty PGT Learning & Teaching Conference: 'Defining Excellence in Postgraduate Education' and where we go from here: The conference Following on from the work of the ‘Defining...