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Jesus Wept
Published 3/23/2023 in Chaplains Latest Reflection
This is the most extraordinary verse in John’s Gospel. John wrote his Gospel so that the reader might believe that Jesus is the Son of God, more ❯

News from our Vice-Chancellor, plus podcasts and events
Published 3/23/2023 in On Parade
Warmest greetings from the University of Bath. It’s my pleasure to introduce our latest update for alumni and friends. Our advances in more ❯

From climate anxiety to action: How to make a difference in the fight against climate change 
Published 3/23/2023 in Climate Action
Anxiety about climate change is real – and evident on campus. How can we use this fear to take positive climate action?   The impact more ❯

How we observe, interpret and assess student learning: Reframing Bloom’s Taxonomy in light of neurodiversity
Published 3/22/2023 in Centre for Learning & Teaching
“Few individuals in the history of education have had greater impact on education policy and practice than Benjamin S. Bloom” (Guskey, more ❯

If we are going to live in cities, there must be water
Published 3/22/2023 in Engineering & Design academia
Author: Professor Jan Hofman More than half of the global population lives in cities and the percentage of people living there is still more ❯

20 Questions
Published 3/22/2023 in Bill Scott's blog
I've bought a "vegan nail brush" from a "leading British lifestyle brand" made with "pure cactus bristle" – Agave sisalana – from Mexico with more ❯

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 21 March 2023
Published 3/21/2023 in Professor Rajani Naidoo
To mark International Day for the Elimination of Racism, we share a summary of a discussion between Professor Jason Arday, the youngest more ❯

Parade Profile: Keith Mander (BSc Business Administration 2006)
Published 3/20/2023 in On Parade
Keith’s career has included time with tech industry giants such as Google and Facebook. Now based in Edinburgh, he is founder of his own business, more ❯

Mariana outside the Bath Abbey
A Student Story: Mariana Maksylevych shares her experience of studying a semester at Bath
Published 3/17/2023 in International Relations Office
Hello! My name is Mariana and I want to tell you about my experience in the student exchange program with the University of Bath (1st more ❯

DDAR staff profile: Beth Howson, Head of Philanthropy (Student Support) 
Published 3/17/2023 in On Parade
The Department of Development & Alumni Relations help our graduates to stay connected with the University of Bath and each other. We more ❯

Published 3/17/2023 in Education Technology Archive
So something exciting has developed over the last few weeks...... We've obtained some funding to build our displays early (than we more ❯

Ukraine war: how the west’s weak reaction to Crimea’s referendum paved the way for a wider invasion
Published 3/17/2023 in IPR blog
Stephen G. F. Hall is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Russian and Post-Soviet Politics at the University of Bath focusing on politics in more ❯

Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Academic Integrity - Part 2
Published 3/16/2023 in Centre for Learning & Teaching
UPDATE: On the 7 March, the CLT hosted a webinar on Generative AI as part of our EduTalk series. Colleagues from the Departments of more ❯

Non-anxious Presence
Published 3/16/2023 in Chaplains Latest Reflection
No matter what article or source you read, you could come to the conclusion that anxiety levels in the UK, and particularly among students, are more ❯

Best places to visit in Bath as a student on a budget
Published 3/16/2023 in Student bloggers
When considering places to visit as a student, there is one thing we students always keep in mind - price! Lucky for us there are many attractions more ❯

A Mis-placed Wildlife Message
Published 3/16/2023 in Bill Scott's blog
For a change, I watched a nature programme on TV: the new David Attenborough series, Wild Isles.  It was as spectacular as promised, although more ❯

Data presented in pie charts, bar graphs etc on a clipboard with a pen, calculator and magnifying glass.
Getting started with data analysis
Published 3/16/2023 in Academic & Employability Skills
One skill you’ll need to use a lot at university is data analysis, especially when you come to work on a research project. The Skills Centre more ❯

Can the Chancellor’s Spring Budget Reforms Fix Britain’s Broken Childcare System?
Published 3/15/2023 in IPR blog
Dr Rita Griffiths is a Research Fellow at the University of Bath Institute for Policy Research (IPR). She is a Principal Researcher for more ❯

How the Bath Bursary has helped me feel more 'At Bath' and other financial aids
Published 3/15/2023 in Student bloggers
Hey everyone, I hope you've had a wonderful week, filled with lots of sunshine, laughter and joy. I have started the month with an aim to be more ❯

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