28 February 2014
Clergy, Church and Society in England and Wales c.1200-1800 by Rosemary C. E. Hayes (BA 1978, PhD 1990) and William J. Sheils
20 February 2014
Thanks to alumni donations to our Centenary Campaign, the Merchant Venturers School of Engineering (MVSE) is helping tackle a national skills shortage in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects and careers.
3 February 2014
Six Bristol graduates share their reasons for raising money for the University of Bristol Cancer Research Fund by running the Virgin Money London Marathon 2014.
24 January 2014
What did you say about Nonesuch?
10 January 2014
La Fugue du papillon (in English, The Runaway Butterfly) is an initiatory journey in which the narrator discovers that by following her heart she becomes the creator of her destiny and, by doing so, that the universe conspires to fulfil her dreams. La Fugue du papillon also evokes the power of love: the ultimate master of self-fulfilment.
11 December 2013
Some of the most important historical discoveries of the last century happened at Bristol, and this year has been no exception. Here are our highlights of 2013.
9 December 2013
The historic Wills Memorial Law Library at the heart of the University of Bristol has been brought into the 21st century thanks to a £3.1 million refurbishment, supported by £877,000 of alumni donations.
5 December 2013
Professor Cecil Powell, great experimental physicist and Nobel Prize winner, was born on 5 December, 110 years ago.
2 December 2013
History Showtime is a new series of books featuring historical information, music, drama, craft work and games to bring history to life for Key Stage 2 pupils. The books include songs composed by Avril Thompson (BA 1967).
21 November 2013
Watertight Marketing is a step-by-step guide to help small and medium organisations identify ‘profit leaks’ and take control of their business growth.