Staff experiences

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Reflecting on a year as President of IStructE

    Professor Tim Ibell, Associate Dean for Research, reflects on his year as President of the Institution of Structural Engineers: During 2015, I had the immense privilege of being President of the Institution of Structural Engineers. The Institution is the largest...

  • Reflections on the Managers’ Workshop: where do we go from here?

    A few weeks ago, I took part in a workshop arranged by Iain Forster-Smith. Amanda Wylie from Staff Development facilitated the day with support from Sue Johnson in HR. This was the first event bringing us together, and the first...

  • Surviving a BBC interview

    Last month PhD student Heather Wyman-Pain from the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering gave an interview to the BBC about the nuclear power station at Hinkley. Below she discusses her experience of dealing with the media and how she...

  • Building Services, Construction & Engineering Employer of the Year Award

    Julian Sulley, Director of Technical Services, shares his experience of training apprentices and attending the Bath College Celebrating Success Awards: I was privileged to represent the Faculty of Engineering & Design at the Bath College Celebrating Success Awards 2015 at...

  • Association of University Administrators Annual Conference 2015

    I became aware of the Association of University Administrators (AUA) through attending a presentation at the University of Bath about their study tours.  I thought that it seemed like such a positive opportunity to share information and expertise, and to...