Student News: September 2016

Bangor University through to Sustain Wales Awards Finals

Bangor University has reached the 2016 finals of the prestigious Sustain Wales Awards. The 2016 Awards will bring together over 150 business leaders, innovators, community pioneers, educators and their teams, and are open to any business, organisation or individual that can demonstrate a positive impact and approach to sustainable development within their business or community.

Publication date: 30 September 2016

International students settle in to Bangor

The International Student Support office collected a record number of international students on its airport pick-up service from Manchester this September.

Publication date: 23 September 2016

Student Chemical Society host the Young Scientist Symposium at Bangor University

The Young Scientist Symposium is an annual event in which gives young scientists from industrial and academic backgrounds the opportunity to present their work to their peers.  This symposium is often for the first time that they will have presented their work in this way.  This year’s event marks the 31st anniversary of the symposium and was hosted by Sean Baxter, PhD student and Senior Demonstrator on behalf of Bangor Universities’ School of Chemistry.  The presentations ranged from super molecular chemistry to the production of synthetic TB.  The event was sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry (National and local sections).

Publication date: 19 September 2016

International Flavour to 7th Visceral Mind Summer School

The Visceral Mind Summer School, in the School of Psychology at Bangor University this September again attracted a large number of very highly qualified and motivated applicants from all over the world for the 50 available places. The summer school, now in its 7th year, continues to be popular with ambitious young researchers keen to share in Bangor Psychology’s world leading expertise in the field of cognitive neuroscience. It was founded with the support of the James S McDonnell foundation and now runs with the support of Bangor’s School of Psychology. The primary aim of the course is to redress an inadequacy of neuroanatomical knowledge in young neuroscientists and give students the opportunity to experience the working with directly with Human Brain specimens.

Publication date: 16 September 2016

Welcome Week traffic news

Information regarding travel routes for Bangor University's new students.

Publication date: 14 September 2016

Bangor University PhD Student takes part in new BBC Radio Wales feature

A Bangor University PhD student has had a fantastic opportunity of working as a resident historian for a new two-part music feature on BBC Radio Wales. 

Publication date: 2 September 2016