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VIP – Creating an age-friendly environment
Published 12/5/2022 in Student bloggers
Hello everyone! Welcome back! I’m Vienne from Hong Kong, a second-year doctoral student in Education. My first blog post about my VIP more ❯

Sticking up for the French
Published 12/4/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
I was very puzzled the other day to hear that UNESCO had elevated the humble French Stick – aka le baguette – to exalted cultural more ❯

Winter Graduation is on its way and it's time to get ready!
Author: Isabel Hurst Even if this is your first graduation, or your third graduation, the run-up to it is filled with excitement more ❯

Invisible disabilities: in conversation with Rob Cooper
Published 12/2/2022 in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
For this week's Disability History Month and International Disabilities Awareness Day Media Spotlight, we're in conversation with Rob Cooper, more ❯

What did I do?
Published 12/1/2022 in Changing, Ourselves
So festive holidays are round the corner and 2022 is coming to a close (whaaaat - how did that happen so quickly?). It’s a great time to devote more ❯

Follow the Star
Published 12/1/2022 in Chaplains Latest Reflection
In the next week there is going to be an unusual phenomenon in the night sky when the planet Mars goes behind the Moon. This was observed more ❯

Weekly Digest 01/12/2022
Published 12/1/2022 in Office of Strategic Governance
NEWS Industrial action National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) general secretary, Mick Lynch, joined university staff in more ❯

Graduate options in the South West
Have you enjoyed your time at Bath so much that you want to stay here for your next steps? Perhaps you’re local to the region or the South more ❯

What's (not) political?
Published 12/1/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
I made a brief input the other to a webinar where I addressed this question: What are the potential conflicts between, say, the agenda of an more ❯

Understanding challenges and priorities with the EPSRC
On 29 September 2022, the University hosted a visit from the Impact and Business Engagement teams at the Engineering and Physical Sciences more ❯

Sunmi's Target Bath Experience
Published 11/30/2022 in Student bloggers
How did you hear about the programme? Hi! I’m a first year Computer Science with placement student at the University of Bath. I heard about more ❯

Rigour and Reproducibility in Doctoral Research: Barriers and Solutions by Alex MacLellan
A student blog as part of the Doctoral Roundtable Series organised by the Doctoral College Open research is a movement that wants research more ❯

Madness in HE Case No 35728
Published 11/28/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
The University of York has stopped using students’ initials for their emails and usernames. According to the Telegraph, the initiative is more ❯

CLT Events - EduTalks AY2223
Published 11/28/2022 in Centre for Learning & Teaching
CLT EduTalks (previously Lunchtime Hub) CLT events will focus on the topic of assessment and feedback this Academic year. We have a range more ❯

Parade Profile: Dr Jane Ellis-Brush (PhD Management 1999)
Published 11/28/2022 in On Parade
More than 20 years after completing her PhD at Bath, Jane returned to the University as a senior lecturer in the School of Management’s more ❯

Feed four for £5 - how to cook a Greek tray bake
Published 11/28/2022 in Campus Services
The next recipe in our Feed four for £5 series is Greek tray bake... Greek tray bake Ingredients: One bag of potatoes Onions more ❯

Questions of balance
Published 11/26/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
Late last year, the DfE published Teaching a broad and balanced curriculum for education recovery.  Its purpose was to offer suggestions to more ❯

The World COP
Published 11/25/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
The COP closing plenary was 5 hours 10 minutes long on YouTube.  It must have seemed much longer in real time. It was sponsored by Coca more ❯

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