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It’s today

  

📥  Let's Talk

Make sure you set a reminder in your diary! 

Don’t forget to come along to Let’s Talk – taking place today at 3.15pm in the Arts Lecture Theatre, The Edge. All staff are welcome to come and listen to the presentations from the Senior Team, ask questions and stay to chat to the Senior Managers afterwards.

The event will be finished by 4.15pm so we will not take more than an hour and this is a great chance to talk to our Senior Team as well as get together with other departments and hear about some of the work that takes place across the organisation.

If you are unable to make it in person, you can tune in to watch the live stream on the Let’s Talk webpage.

 

Let’s Talk about our University Strategy

  

📥  Let's Talk

Tomorrow 3.15-4.15pm

The Arts Lecture Theatre, The Edge or tune in online

Come along to hear from our senior managers

Let's Talk is your opportunity to hear from the President and Vice-Chancellor & other senior managers on the latest developments affecting the University, and to ask any questions.

Come along to hear from:

·         The President and Vice-Chancellor– introduction and welcome

·         Professor Jonathan Knight on progress with the Doctoral College

·         Professor Veronica Hope Hailey on her new role as Vice-President (Corporate Relations)  role

If you are unable to make it in person, you can tune in to watch a recording after the event on the Let’s Talk webpage.

 

Questions now closed

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📥  Let's Talk

Come along on to ask your question in person.

Thank you to everyone who has submitted their questions for the next Let’s Talk taking place on Thursday 16 November at 3.15pm in The Edge.

If you didn’t have time to submit your question, please do come along to the event when the Senior Managers will be answering questions in person. Any questions not asked and answered on the day will be posted on the Let’s Talk webpage after the event.

 

Get your questions in by noon on Wednesday 8 November

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📥  Let's Talk

Less than 1 week left to submit your questions in for the next Let’s Talk.

Let’s Talk will be taking place at the Arts Lecture Theatre, The Edge on Thursday 16 November at 3.15-4.15pm. This is your chance to get your questions answered by the University leads.

Submit your question by emailing lets-talk@bath.ac.uk or drop your questions into the ‘Let’s Talk’ post box in the Claverton Rooms foyer by 12noon on Wednesday 8 November and even if we don’t get chance at the meeting you will receive an answer by email.

All questions and answers will be posted on the Let’s Talk webpage after the event. You can also click on the Let’s Talk webpage to see what questions have previously been asked at Let’s Talk.

 

Let’s Talk Exhibitors

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📥  Let's Talk

An opportunity to hear about further developments at the University.

Following the presentations from the Senior Managers and Q&As at the next Let’s Talk, on Thursday 16 November, there will be the chance to continue discussions over refreshments and find out more from exhibitors in the Foyer at The Edge. The exhibitors will be:

  • The Edge Arts – find out what events, shows and exhibitions The Edge have coming up.
  • Doctoral College –  following an update about progress with the Doctoral College at the event, delivered by Professor Jonathan Knight.
  • Research Excellence Framework - promotion in collaboration with the Impact team in Research and Innovation Services
  • Centre for Learning and Teaching - find out more about how it supports and enhance learning experiences for all at Bath, including the Bath Scheme.

Submit your questions by emailing lets-talk@bath.ac.uk by 12noon on Wednesday 8 November.

 

Let's Talk recording now available online

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📥  Let's Talk

Thank you to everyone who took part in our Let’s Talk meeting yesterday.

The Arts Lecture Theatre was full to capacity and 290 people tuned in to watch the event online.

If you were unable to join us, you can now watch a recording of the meeting on the Let’s Talk webpage.

Please take a minute to give us your feedback on the event so our future meetings can be developed and improved further.

Dame Glynis introduced the main presentations, which saw Professor Jonathan Knight, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) talk about the new project to develop our doctoral provision. This was followed by Diane Aderyn, Director of Finance & Commercial Services, who gave a detailed overview of the new developments on Campus and in the City that will significantly increase the space available on campus.

There will be more detail on both these areas published online in the coming days.

There were plenty of follow up questions from the room on a range of subjects from the challenges for professional postgraduates to the impact of Brexit.

This meant that there wasn’t time to cover your questions submitted in advance this time, but if you sent one in, you will receive a response soon and the Q&As will be posted online shortly.

Many colleagues stayed for refreshments after the meeting and took the opportunity to talk with senior managers and view the display of plans for Manvers Street and the Milner Centre.

We will be holding another Let’s Talk meeting in the autumn and we look forward to seeing you there.