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LGBTQ+ allyship
Published 6/27/2024 in Be Well
Being an ally is often something we hear as part of Pride Month and in the context of supporting the LGBTQ+ community. An ally is someone who more ❯

Keir Starmer rejects ‘tax and spend’, so do Labour’s plans for economic growth add up?
Published 6/26/2024 in IPR blog
Phil Tomlinson is a Professor of Industrial Strategy, Co-Director Centre for Governance, Regulation and Industrial Strategy (CGR&IS) at more ❯

UK Supreme Court fails its chemistry test
Published 6/26/2024 in Bill Scott's blog
Last week, the UK Supreme Court, in a majority 3 to 2 verdict, upheld a claim by a former Surrey resident, Sarah Finch, on behalf of the Weald more ❯

Rethinking Renewables
Published 6/25/2024 in Centre for Development Studies
By Asha Amirali, first published in Dawn. WHY is renewable energy in the doldrums in Pakistan despite annual oil import bills of $27 billion? more ❯

Billionaire backlash shows the power of basic income
Published 6/25/2024 in Centre for Development Studies
Neil Howard writes about how the success of basic income pilots in the US has scared the rich so much that they are rallying against more more ❯

EURAM 2024: meet our keynotes
Published 6/25/2024 in Bath Business and Society
From 24 – 28 June 2024, the School of Management is hosting the European Academy of Management conference. We’re delighted to welcome a host more ❯

Yes, institutions matter for national digitization journeys, particularly innovative endogenous institutions that include women
Published 6/24/2024 in Centre for Development Studies
By Ruth Goodwin-Groen When I started as the Founding Managing Director of the United Nations hosted Better Than Cash Alliance in October more ❯

Discover the World: Study Abroad Insights from the University of Bath Open Day
Published 6/24/2024 in International Relations Office
On June 14th and 15th, the University of Bath hosted its Undergraduate Open Day for prospective students. Our colleagues in the more ❯

Renewable Subsidies
Published 6/24/2024 in Bill Scott's blog
I have been trying for a while to shed some light on the opaque mess that is UK electricity pricing.  What follows comes from Eigen Values.  It more ❯

Women in Engineering Day 2024
I have been thinking about this title. As I have been working in the Faculty of Engineering and Design for over three years now I am guessing that more ❯

Learning in motion part 3: from Grand Tours to GTIs
Published 6/20/2024 in Engineering & Design academia
Author: Dr Daniel Coren CEng MIMechE FHEA, Director of Studies for Automotive MSc Courses In this third post in the series, Daniel discusses more ❯

Another election, another round of Nigel Farage hype, with no lessons learned
Published 6/20/2024 in IPR blog
Dr Aurelien Mondon is a Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Bath. This article was originally published by The Conversation on 17 more ❯

The ultimate international student checklist
Published 6/20/2024 in Be Well
MSC marketing student Sanjna shares her top tips for international students moving to Bath... So, the university has offered you a place. more ❯

Internet ‘addiction’: behind the headlines
Published 6/20/2024 in Bath Business and Society
Professor David Ellis’ research focuses on the impact of data and technology on our daily lives. In this post, he explains why we need to be more ❯

A is for Alcentra: The (almost) A-Z of my placement experience
Published 6/20/2024 in Student bloggers
A – Alcentra. The obvious place to start this list. Alcentra is an Asset manager in the fixed income space with 4 different more ❯

Day in the Life at Yonsei University
Published 6/20/2024 in Student bloggers
Hi! I'm Laura, a 3rd year Economics student at the University of Bath. This is a vlog showing a typical day in the life as an exchange student more ❯

Brexit: Eight Years On – University of Bath Experts Analyse Its Impact on Britain
Published 6/19/2024 in IPR blog
Eight years after the EU referendum of 23 June 2016, University of Bath academics take a hard look at how Brexit has changed Britain. University more ❯

The Gold Opportunities Fund - Achieving my wish to learn BSL
  The Gold Scholarship Opportunities Fund has allowed me to achieve my passion for non-verbal communication by passing the Level more ❯