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Quality, red tape and discipline
Published 1/21/2022 in Office of Strategic Governance
Covid The Department for Education has updated its Covid-19 guidance for higher education in light of the government’s lifting of Plan B measures...read more ❯

Closure of 4 South car park on 24 January
Published 1/21/2022 in Campus travel updates
The 4 South car park will be closed on Monday 24 January 2022 due to tree maintenance.read more ❯

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Event Alert: Job Hunting in the UK - Monday 31 January to Thursday 3 February
  Would you like to find a graduate job in the UK but you don’t know where to start? From Monday 31 January to Thursday 3rd February the...read more ❯

Brave New World – My first month in Digital
Published 1/20/2022 in Digital Content and Development
The last few weeks have felt like something of a blur to say the least. Since joining the Digital Development team at the start of the month I’ve...read more ❯

Preparing for Exam Season
Published 1/20/2022 in Student bloggers
I’m writing this at the start of January, meaning that we have 2 weeks until our semester one exams. Admittedly, I am behind on lectures after a...read more ❯

Should the age of participation in education or training be raised to 18 in Wales?
Published 1/20/2022 in IPR blog
Dr Matt Dickson is Reader in Public Policy at the Institute for Policy Research (IPR) at the University of Bath. Sue Maguire is an Honorary Professor...read more ❯

Don't Look Up
Published 1/20/2022 in Chaplains Latest Reflection
In our church we’ve been working our way through the Gospel of Mark, reading it a section at a time, and this week we’ve arrived at the part...read more ❯

An Introvert's Guide to Surviving University Life
Published 1/20/2022 in Student bloggers
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6XcuWjQHHA “Quiet people have the loudest minds.” – Stephen HawkingFor as long as I can remember, I have...read more ❯

Dr Chiong kicks off CREA's 2022 Seminar Series
CREA today started off our 2022 Seminar Series with a fantastic talk by Dr Charleen Chiong and hosted by our own Dr Arif Naveed. Over 30 participants...read more ❯

Remembering Andy Stables
Published 1/19/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
My friend Andy Stables died this morning of prostate cancer.  Over many years, I knew him as a research student, a colleague, a research...read more ❯

Families, the State and Educational Inequality in the Singapore City-State
Paper delivered at the Development in Education in Asia Research Seminars 2022, Centre for Research in Education in Asia, University of Bath - 19th...read more ❯

Why you should rethink your online shopping habits
Published 1/19/2022 in Bath Business and Society
Here Vaggelis Giannikas explains how our online shopping habits could harm the environment and the economy, and what customers and retailers can do...read more ❯

Putting the UK back into space with plastic-fuelled rockets
Ciarán is a final-year PhD student at the CSCT who works with Professors Davide Mattia and Karen Edler. While his work mainly focuses on upscaling...read more ❯

Listening for the corncrake
Published 1/18/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
I remembering walking on unimproved land along the English-side of the Solway; it would have been in the mid-1950s.  There was a rasping sound and...read more ❯

Write a CV like Leonardo Da Vinci
CVs have changed throughout the centuries, but their goal is the same: To persuade. In 1482, Leonardo Da Vinci applied for a position on the ruler of...read more ❯

Liberty, liberalism and the Greek Revolution
Published 1/17/2022 in IPR blog
Nick Pearce is Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Institute for Policy Research (IPR) at the University of Bath.  Six hundred leagues...read more ❯

How to write a Typecase Manual: A manual
Published 1/14/2022 in Digital Content and Development
This manual will explain how you, a Content Writer in the Digital Content Team, can create a Manual for using Typecase.  Step one: Decide why you...read more ❯

Happy New Year
Published 1/14/2022 in Professor Sarah Hainsworth
As another year starts and I reflect on all that happened last year I am struck by the dedication of all colleagues committed to delivering research...read more ❯

A model of the human heart
Alumni Interview: NHS Scientist Training Programme - Cardiac Sciences
  This blog is written by Rachel, one of our Bath Department of Health alumni and currently on the NHS Scientist Training Programme. The...read more ❯

Top Tips to Master Your Online Exam
Published 1/13/2022 in Be Well
Psychology Student Karen shares her tips on managing online exams: Exams are coming up and it is normal for you to feel nervous. Online exams are...read more ❯

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