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Parade Profile: Justin Sweeting (BSc Business Administration 1999)
Published 9/12/2022 in On Parade
Justin is Music Director at Magnetic Asia Ltd,  a Hong Kong-based event and entertainment agency. He tells us about getting hands-on experience, more ❯

Railway maintenance 18-23 September
Published 9/12/2022 in Campus travel updates
Work will be taking place on bridges and track in Somerset, North Somerset and South Bristol as follows: Refurbishment of Huntspill viaduct more ❯

Meet the Team
Published 9/9/2022 in Open Ankle Model
It's an absolute delight to launch this blog of our development of an open-source finite element model of the ankle. The Open Ankle Model(s) is more ❯

Reshuffles, blended learning and funding lotteries
Published 9/9/2022 in Office of Strategic Governance
Politics Although we have a new Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Education (Kit Malthouse), in the Cabinet reshuffle, it looks as if more ❯

Who regulates the regulators?
Published 9/9/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
When state-owned monopoly businesses were privatised in the 1980s and 90s, I welcomed most of them as I thought that it might free up the more ❯

The cost of living and domestic fuel - a proposal
Published 9/8/2022 in IPR blog
Graham Room is Professor of European Social Policy in the Department of Social and Policy Sciences at the University of Bath. Context more ❯

Considering an EPQ? Some reasons to say yes
Published 9/8/2022 in Student bloggers
Watch then read on ... What is an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)? An EPQ is a more ❯

Introducing the Learning and Organisational Development (L&OD) Team
Published 9/6/2022 in Changing, Ourselves
On 28 January 1986 the space shuttle challenger had a fatal accident. 73 seconds into its flight it broke apart and exploded killing all seven more ❯

Poor Energy Communications
Published 9/6/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
I alternate between being irate and apprehensive about the rising cost of electricity.  Irate at the hopeless communications we've been faced more ❯

World Suicide Prevention Day – Saturday 10 September
Published 9/6/2022 in Professor Cassie Wilson
World Suicide Prevention Day was established in 2003 with the very simple aim of focusing attention on the issue, reducing the stigma more ❯

Universities call for a tuition fee rise – here’s what that would mean for students and taxpayers
Published 9/5/2022 in IPR blog
Matt Dickson is Reader in Public Policy in the Institute for Policy Research (IPR) at the University of Bath. He leads the IPR's research on more ❯

One-to-one Technology Enhanced Learning support. 
Published 9/5/2022 in Centre for Learning & Teaching
The TEL team have expanded their one-to-one pre-semester booking support provision. For two weeks before teaching starts in October, more ❯

Erifyli Vologianni
Studying in the UK: my experience as an international student
Published 9/5/2022 in Academic & Employability Skills
My name is Erifyli, I'm from Greece, and I’ve recently graduated from the University of Bath with a degree in International Management. In more ❯

A researcher smiling and pointing at an exhibit whilst talking to two visitors
Engage Grants 2022/2023 funding call opens - APPLY NOW
Published 9/5/2022 in Public Engagement Unit
Do you have a brilliant idea to engage public groups with your research? Do you want some money to make those ideas a reality? Great news, the more ❯

Is the Grey Wall about to fall?
Published 9/5/2022 in IPR blog
Nick Pearce is Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Institute for Policy Research (IPR) at the University of Bath. Joe Chrisp is a more ❯

The quest for more meaningful management education: AOM highlights and personal research reflections
Published 9/5/2022 in Bath Business and Society
As we look ahead to the new academic year, the Business and Society blog is spotlighting The International Centre for Higher Education more ❯

Parade Profile: Professor Raymond Schinazi (BSc Chemistry 1972; PhD Chemistry 1976; Hon DSc 2006)
Published 9/5/2022 in On Parade
Professor Raymond Schinazi is a scientist whose research focuses on developing treatments for life-threatening viruses. He’s widely recognised more ❯

Discussing Migraine Awareness Week with Isabel Playle
Published 9/5/2022 in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
  This year Migraine Awareness Week is observed between 5-10 September, and aims to raise awareness of migraines and the more ❯

Free speech in schools
Published 9/5/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
According to the Times Higher, Kemi Badenoch MP, the Tory leadership contender who recently said that “some universities spend more more ❯

A Student Story: a year abroad at Sciences Po
Published 9/2/2022 in International Relations Office
The Mobility team at the University of Bath has asked their students to share stories about how the Turing Scheme helped them. Alastair Nicol, a more ❯