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Lunch with Impact: Introduction to Translating Research Ideas into Innovations for Better NHS Outcomes
The virtual ‘Lunch with Impact’ on 30th March focused on the theme of translating research ideas into innovations that promise better health more ❯

Parade Profile: Kirsty Matthews (MBA 1996)
Published 5/3/2022 in On Parade
Kirsty is CEO of Hft, a national charity supporting adults with learning disabilities. She tells us how the Bath MBA kick-started her career in more ❯

Finding out about student support: The new Be Well App
Published 5/3/2022 in Professor Cassie Wilson
In the second of my blogs about pastoral support for our students, I chatted to Rob Heyes from Student Support about the new Be Well App more ❯

Career options for doctoral students and research staff
 Exciting news ... in May we're piloting our first ever Researcher Careers month, packed full of panel events and webinars aimed at giving more ❯

Celebrating Eid al-Fitr
Published 5/2/2022 in Be Well
Shuchi, one of our ambassadors, tells us a little more about Eid al-Fitr and shares some of the celebrations which surround the more ❯

Biodiversity gain blues
Published 5/2/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
A recent article in The Conversation said that although the 2021 Environment Act made it mandatory (after a two-year transition) for most more ❯

Published 4/30/2022 in Bill Scott's blog
The NAEE weekly round up reports new research published by RenewableUK shows the total planned capacity of the UK’s offshore wind projects more ❯

How I learnt to produce and broadcast during a leadership training day
Author: Jasper Farren Students mostly comprised of the Engineering Business Management (EBM) and Innovation Technology Management (ITM) more ❯

Climate change crisis should be embedded in education, say students and staff
Published 4/29/2022 in Climate Action
Climate Action Survey 2021 results suggest students and staff are ready for climate education to become ‘mainstream’. The results from more ❯

From Sustainability to Drink Spiking
Published 4/28/2022 in Office of Strategic Governance
Sustainability Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi delivered a speech at the Natural History Museum to mark the launch of the Sustainability more ❯

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DDAR staff spotlight: Siôn Lutley, former Director
Published 4/28/2022 in On Parade
The Department of Development & Alumni Relations help our graduates to stay connected with the University of Bath and each other. We more ❯

Running for the SU Education Officer……..My Experience
Published 4/28/2022 in Student bloggers
Students' Union candidacy….can sound really intimidating and daunting at first, but not if you have a wonderful and supportive team like the one more ❯

Preparing for next year
Published 4/28/2022 in Be Well
Aneekha, a psychology student, shares some tips below for students who will be returning to Bath after the summer break. So I am sure that we more ❯

Life in the UK with Karen Ma
Published 4/28/2022 in Be Well
Each month we ask our International Wellbeing Ambassadors some questions to find out how they’ve got on living in the UK. This month we hear more ❯

Interview support options from your Careers Service
Whether for work experience, graduate jobs, or further study – it seems a lot of you are preparing for interviews at the moment. We more ❯

Applying For a Role at a Research Centre
Published 4/28/2022 in Student bloggers
Applying for a placement role at a research centre can be a daunting experience, so it’s important to understand what to expect. I feel I more ❯

University students sitting at desks taking an invigilated in-person examination in an exam room.
Preparing for in-person exams
Published 4/27/2022 in Academic & Employability Skills
During the 2021/22 Semester 2 assessment period, a small number of in-person, invigilated exams will be held on campus. It might be some time more ❯

Linguistic Distance and Trans-Languaging: Teaching Malay-English Bilingual Learners
Paper delivered at the Development in Education in Asia Research Seminars 2022, Centre for Research in Education in Asia, University of Bath - more ❯

Yak eating grass next to water. Image by Jason An
Getting started with Python - it's time to shave the yak
Published 4/27/2022 in Academic & Employability Skills
Struggling to get Python going on your computer? Ed Southwood from the Mathematics Resources Centre (MASH) will point you in the right direction. more ❯