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The Benefits of Working in Telecoms
This is a guest blog post by Virgin Media (written by Brianna Croughan)  and the views expressed are theirs rather than those of the Careers...read more ❯

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How to liven up your degree with languages?
Published 2/26/2024 in Academic & Employability Skills
After learning Japanese and French with the Skills Centre, final year MChem student Hannah Glover decided to carry on with German to liven up her...read more ❯

Catching the Eye
Published 2/24/2024 in Bill Scott's blog
Here are a few of the stories that came across my desk(top) this week: Yanis Varoufakis explains in UnHerd why poor farmers across the EU are...read more ❯

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Let's talk about why social justice is vital for climate justice this LGBTQ+ history month
Published 2/23/2024 in Climate Action
How can we deliver transformational changes to tackle climate change in a world with ongoing social justice challenges? In this latest blog for...read more ❯

PhD profile: Laura Smyth
Published 2/23/2024 in Bath Business and Society
How do the stories we tell ourselves about an area influence the skills we develop? Laura Smyth, a second-year PhD student in our Centre for...read more ❯

Fighting for attention: How to educate youth about the dangers of e-cigarettes?
Published 2/23/2024 in Tobacco and Public Health
Written by Dr Sophie Braznell, Research Co-ordinator in the Tobacco Control Research Group at the University of Bath The risks of electronic...read more ❯

Pioneer Saint
Published 2/22/2024 in Chaplains Latest Reflection
Let me tell you about a woman born in 1194. She was a young woman from a wealthy, possibly aristocratic Roman family. She was well educated and well...read more ❯

How AI could help citizens’ assemblies make well-informed decisions
Published 2/22/2024 in IPR blog
Anna Mowbray is a former MSc Public Policy Student with the IPR. She works as Policy Manager at the Charities Aid Foundation and is blogging in a...read more ❯

Summer work experience options that aren't a formal internship
When thinking about summer work experience, your first thought might be an internship over the summer. Employers use summer internship schemes as a...read more ❯

LGBTQ+ History Month 2024 - Alumni panel profiles
Our LGBTQ+ History month alumni panel is coming up fast and we wanted to share a short introduction to each panel member so you can have a taste of...read more ❯

Academic Support at University
Published 2/22/2024 in Student bloggers
Starting at University was very unnerving to me; I knew it’d be much harder than school, but I didn’t expect the level of support that I ended...read more ❯

50 years of chemical engineering: Prof Julian Chaudhuri reflects
In this series of blog posts celebrating our Department of Chemical Engineering's 50th anniversary, we asked previous Heads of Depts about their...read more ❯

Why I Chose to Study Management with Marketing at Bath
Published 2/21/2024 in Student bloggers
Choosing a course to do at university let alone picking a university to study at can be very overwhelming. For me, I knew that I had a passion for...read more ❯

All models are wrong, but some are useful
Published 2/21/2024 in Bill Scott's blog
I attended the I-SEE Sustainable Energy & the Environment Webinar, ‘The Science Behind Climate Models’, yesterday.  It was given by Bill...read more ❯

What role does development play in solving today's challenges?
Published 2/20/2024 in IPR blog
Joshua Larcombe is a PhD researcher at Cardiff University. His research looks at the political history of British development policy and the...read more ❯

Where I Study on Campus
Published 2/20/2024 in Student bloggers
The University campus offers many great spots for study, whether you want a more relaxed study session or need to start cramming for...read more ❯

World Day of Social Justice
Published 2/19/2024 in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Guest blog written by Professor Jane White, Vice President for Community and Inclusion: In 2007, the UN General Assembly designated February 20 to...read more ❯

Common Sense breaks out in Wiltshire
Published 2/18/2024 in Bill Scott's blog
I'm fortunate enough to live in Wiltshire and so was pleased to see that James Dyson won an 18 month-long battle with Wiltshire Council [WC] and the...read more ❯

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