University Business Editor Rebecca Paddick interviewed the Vice Chancellor for the front cover feature. When asked about of Bath, Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell said:
“We do science, engineering, social science and management; these are the core activities of this University. These are exactly the activities that nationally are needed – they are the things that will provide solutions to many of the grand challenges that we face not only as a nation, but internationally as well. So, we are a university of our time, because the things that we do well are the things that people need.”
Read the full interview on University Business.
The Vice-Chancellor has been invited to the British Council ‘Going Global’ conference on 1 and 2 June and will be chairing a debate on the effect that transnational education has on local and regional development and culture.
In advance of the event, Dame Glynis was interviewed by MediaFHE.
The Vice-Chancellor joined our Chancellor and 200 guests to play a key role in the official opening of The Edge, our new arts and management building, including delivering an opening speech.
The event received very positive coverage in both the local media and sector press.
Dame Glynis recently spoke to Times Higher Education about the newly-created role of Vice-President (Implementation).
Our Vice-Chancellor Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell was invited to speak at Bath Life's Business Club recently.
Describing what it's like to manage one of the UK's top 10 universities, she said: "It's like being the CEO of a multinational business. Running the 200-acre campus is a bit like running a small town."
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She also talked about our international partners, our research and our commitment to invest in and engage with our students.
You can read the full feature on page 103 of Bath Life magazine.