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Creative Meet Up

Posted on behalf of Friends Are Electric / Volley Design
Collaborate, share ideas and keep in touch with your local creative community.
18 Apr 2019 at 6:00pm
until 18 Apr 2019 at 8:00pm
Friends Are Electric
1 Grove Street

CLT LUNCHTIME HUB: Team Based Learning by Experience

Posted on behalf of Centre for Learning & Teaching

Team Based Learning by Experience

Team Based Learning (TBL) offers the potential to transform group work into something that: builds high performing teams; creates meaningful learning partnerships between students; and holds students accountable to their peers. The promise of TBL is that flipped teaching will work and peer learning will become a reality not just an aspiration. TBL offers a scaleable way to increase engagement while delivering higher level learning outcomes – a triple win. Is TBL too good to be true?

Join Steve Cayzer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, for this CLT lunchtime hub where you will answer this question by experiencing TBL for yourself.

Pre reading will be provided and you will be assigned to diverse teams. You will then experience the student journey through a typical TBL session, including an individual test, and team test. If time permits there will be a short application activity during which you will assess to what extent TBL could be applied to your teaching.

The author was introduced to TBL in 2017 and it has since transformed his teaching in cohorts of 80-100 students. Along the way, many lessons have been learnt about what works best in our University context.

This session is suitable for those with no experience of TBL, but it is designed to be of value to those who have experienced TBL or related approaches like problem based learning or flipping.

Intended Learning Outcomes

•           Define Team Based Learning (TBL)

•           Describe some empirical evidence for the efficacy of TBL.

•           Assess the suitability of TBL for your own context.

Question and Answers to follow the talk.

A light lunch will be available from 12:15pm

05 Apr 2019 at 12:30pm
until 05 Apr 2019 at 2:00pm

Beatrice Godwin Memorial Lecture

Posted on behalf of University of Bath, Department of Social & Policy Sciences
In Memory of Beatrice Godwin

Beatrice started her studies at Bath in 2003 completing a Masters of Research in European Studies. She then continued her studies and began a PhD in 2005, which focused on the experiences of people living with dementia in the United Kingdom.  Beatrice had an interest in the communication and insight of people with advanced dementia.

Shortly after commencement of her doctoral studies Beatrice was diagnosed with Lymphoma and her ill health resulted in a number of admissions to hospital and suspensions of her study.  In 2014 Beatrice was in remission and continued to work on her doctoral project.

Unfortunately early in 2015 Beatrice became unwell again and the return of lymphoma was diagnosed as terminal.  She had started her fieldwork and was interviewing people with dementia in residential homes across the South West. She undertook these interviews alongside intensive medical treatments whilst continuing to write about her research.

Beatrice was blessed with great personal intellectual qualities, an unfailing tenacity and commitment to her research despite illness and discomfort.

The Inaugural Beatrice Godwin Memorial Lecture

In memory of Beatrice's work, personality and contribution to the [Centre for Death Studies](/cdas/) (CDAS) community, we are hosting this, the inaugural Beatrice Godwin Memorial Lecture. The Beatrice Godwin Memorial Lecture will become an annual event in the CDAS calendar.

“It ain’t what you do, but the way that you do it”: memory, awareness and threat in dementia, presented by Professor Richard Cheston, University of West of England 

Richard will present on how traditional approaches to memory and cognition in psychology emphasise the impact of neurological processes in reducing capacity. The memory of people living with dementia is therefore framed in terms of the deficits affecting both short-term memory and autobiographical memory.

However, while autobiographical memories may be diminished with reminiscences containing conflated or factually incorrect material, nevertheless these memories are clearly highly valued and important. This may be because recalling the past is an important way of adapting to the present: more specifically, memory acts to enhance self-continuity, restore self-esteem and provide life with meaning and purpose. In this way, the recounting of autobiographical memories functions to protect the self from threat.

This talk will draw on evidence from quantitative, laboratory based research and qualitative analysis of narratives from clinical research to argue that nostalgic autobiographical memories play an important part in protecting people with dementia from the existential distress of living with this dreadful condition.
15 May 2019 at 7:00pm
until 15 May 2019 at 9:00pm
Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution
16-18 Queen Square

Time Series Analysis for Researchers

Posted on behalf of GW4 - Bath

The event

This is a fully-funded, hands-on workshop introducing time series analysis for researchers, that is, the study of data that has ‘time order’. Lead by Dr Manuel Herrera from the University of Cambridge, this workshop will introduce the topic while demonstrating fundamental techniques that powers rigorous analyses for both quantitative and qualitative datasets in an accessible way, so that you can become familiar with the core concepts and key terminology.

Please note that this event is for PhD students currently enrolled in GW4 partner universities (Cardiff University, University of Bath, University of Bristol, and University of Exeter).


40 fully funded places are available, 10 allocated to each GW4 university partner. Lunch and refreshments are included and reasonable travel costs will be reimbursed. Overnight accommodation will be provided for students travelling from the Exeter Cornwall campus.

Prerequisites and preliminary program

We welcome applications across a broad range of research areas. During the workshop we will use Python and Jupyter notebooks (no need to bring your own laptop). No prior knowledge of the topic is required, but you will be expected to write commands to do calculations.

The preliminary program is:

  • 10:00-10:15: Welcome

  • 10:15-11:00: Introduction to Time Series Analysis

  • 11:00-12:00: Practical session: Time Series Analysis in Python (pandas library)

  • 12:00-12:15: Coffee break

  • 12:15-12:45: The Symbolic Aggregate Approximation (SAX)

  • 12:45-13:30: Practical session: SAX in Python

  • 13:30-14:30: Lunch time

  • 14:30-15:30: Matrix Profile, the natural evolution of SAX

  • 15:30-15:45: Coffee break

  • 15:45-17:00: Practical session: Matrix Profile in Python

  • 17:00-17:30: Q&A about time series in your own projects and other case-studies

  • 17:30-18:00: Summary and wrap-up of the workshop


Image credit: Photo by Chris Liverani on Unsplash

20 May 2019 at 10:00am
until 20 May 2019 at 6:00pm
University of Bath
5E 1.13 CADLab
Claverton Down


Posted on behalf of BMI Bath Clinic

Do you have concerns or questions concerning back pain and movement and would like to speak to a consultant? Join us on Tuesday 02nd May for our FREE information evening.

BMI Bath Clinic's Orthopaedic Spinal Consultants and Physiotherapists will be discussing common health issues and the treatment options available to you.


Tuesday 02nd May, 6:30pm – 8:30pm


BMI Bath Clinic, Claverton Down Road, Combe Down, BA2 7BR

Which topics?

Back pain and movement - symptoms and solutions - from self-management, physiotherapy to surgery

Spaces are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Light refreshments will be served during the evening.

To book your place, please call 07525 770525 or visit

02 May 2019 at 6:30pm
until 02 May 2019 at 8:30pm
BMI Bath Clinic
Claverton Down Road

Community Pubs Membership Tour - The Bell Inn, Bath

Posted on behalf of Plunkett Foundation

Join us for a free event at the Bell Inn, Bath to hear more about the support available to community pub businesses and groups exploring community ownership of their local pub.

As well as meeting others involved in community pubs, Tasha Plunkett’s Membership Officer will be on hand during the day to talk with your group and share information about the support that’s on offer from Community Pubs Membership Network.

Tasha will talk through Community Pub Membership and the resources and support on offer for pub groups at all stages of their project.

Youy'll also be able to hear first hand from some of the team from The Bell Inn about their journey and how they became owned by 518 of their customers.

Whether your group is just starting out on your journey to community ownership, or open and trading, this will be an opportunity to learn top tips from those who’ve been through the process already, as well as a great opportunity to ask questions and discuss the needs and concerns of your own community pub business.

The event is funded by Power to Change and is delivered by Plunkett Foundation.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email Sarah at or call us on 01993 810730

I'd like to find out more but can't make it on the day, what should I do?

If you're unable to join us on the day, please do give us a call on 01993 810 730. Our friendly team are happy to talk through your idea and would love to hear from you, whatever stage you're at. Our helpline is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Alternatively, you can email us at .

Places for this event are limited and available on a first come, first served basis so please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

16 Apr 2019 at 3:00pm
until 16 Apr 2019 at 5:30pm
The Bell Inn
103 Walcot Street

Prosecco and Pizza Party including luxury raffle

An evening of prosecco, pizza, fun and laughter surrounded by your friends. And a chance to win one of our fabulous raffle prizes!
25 Apr 2019 at 7:30pm
until 25 Apr 2019 at 11:30pm
Walcot House
90B Walcot Street

mindapples: Handling pressure

Posted on behalf of RLPS
mindapples: Handling Pressure
09 Apr 2019 at 12:00pm
until 09 Apr 2019 at 4:00pm
Apex City of Bath Hotel
James Street West

Somatic Sensing – what your body has to tell you

Posted on behalf of Tanya Maidment from GreenLifeOrganics

Hosted by Jane West, Chartered Physiotherapist and Somatic Therapist

Jane is an experienced Chartered Physiotherapist and Somatic Therapist. She specialises in musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation, stress and trauma management and treatment of complex patterns of pain and dysfunction. She has worked in the NHS, professional rugby and private practice and is the founder of Quanta Health.

Jane says "As a bodyworker, I am interested in our physical system, in particular how we are physically affected by stress and how we can use our body’s innate intelligence to help reduce stress symptoms, both physical and mental. In this workshop, I will be exploring the physiology of stress and the mind body feedback loop. I will share simple ways in which we can use our physical body to interrupt the stress cycle and make real change to both our physical and mental health. So if you are interested in exploring how you can use your physiology to improve your psychology, this workshop is for you."

Tickets are £5.00 and include a cuppa. You can pay on the day or secure your place via eventbrite. There will also be a chance to network with other likeminded people.

Any questions please contact Tanya on 07557337363.

03 May 2019 at 10:00am
until 03 May 2019 at 12:00pm
Hall & Woodhouse, Bath
1 Old King Street

Point clouds and historic buildings: Surveying and assessing historic masonry

Posted on behalf of The Tuesday Group

The Western Counties Tuesday Group invites you to a free presentation.

 Accurately surveying large and potentially unsafe buildings can be a challenge but is essential to assess stability and condition. Point cloud surveys offer a safe, fast, and detailed means of surveying buildings but how do you specify them and how do you use the data captured? In this talk, Chris will present several projects where point clouds have been used to survey and assess historic masonry buildings ranging from manor houses to ruined abbeys to demonstrate both the capabilities and limitations of the method.

28 Mar 2019 at 6:00pm
until 28 Mar 2019 at 8:00pm
University of Bath - 8W 2.1
University of Bath