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  • Handing over admissions

    During his time as Admissions Tutor, Dr John Chew has seen applications for Chemical Engineering increase by 50%. As he hands over the role, John shares his experiences with us: I was the undergraduate Admissions Tutor (AT) for the Department of Chemical Engineering...

  • Staff share experiences from the AUA annual conference 2016

    Those who attended the annual Association of University Administrators conference shared their experiences with other University of Bath staff members recently. Rosie Hart, Programmes officer, reports on the session: We invited Association of University Administrators (AUA) members to a feedback...

  • Effective staff induction

    We are working on a new Faculty staff induction to complement the activities that happen at a departmental and University level. As part of this project we interviewed new staff about their experiences joining the University. We also asked some...

  • 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...

  • Top 5 worries for new MSc students

    I surveyed our current and recently graduated MSc students to find out what their worries were about starting an MSc. 1.    Getting back into the momentum of studying as quickly as others on your course You may have had an...

  • Don't forget to complete our Faculty Learning Technologies survey

    Hi there, You may have already heard about our Faculty Learning Technologies survey – many thanks to staff who have already completed it! In our new roles (Learning Technologists) we’re keen to get a clear picture of how academic staff...

  • Macro of the Month: Column

    Introduction Column is another basic macro with one specific use. It is useful for breaking up areas of the page to allow you to control the layout. Application(s) Column has one function: allows you to subdivide a section of a...

  • A shared MSA mission

    The Faculty Professional Services are vital to the academic and student success we achieve. Without the dedicated team, who are enthusiastic, supportive and creative, many successes would not have been achieved.  We are in extremely exciting times with Postgraduate developments...

  • Macro of the month: Children display

    Introduction Children display is another basic macro with one specific use. It is particularly useful for spaces with many nested pages ('child pages') which can be hidden from view; this macro enables you to help visitors to find those pages...

  • TEL Event #2 Summary

    Focus on Assessment & Feedback This event enabled teaching staff to share an example of how they’ve used technology to enhance assessment and feedback activities.  We recorded this to share with everyone and here we offer a brief summary. (The...