The University of Bath is an international centre for research and teaching excellence, achieving global impact through their alumni, research and strategic partnerships.
CaSE welcomes University of Bath as members
21 Apr 2015
It offers students a vibrant community characterised by its culture of high achievement, enterprise and creativity.
The University of Bath’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell, explains why the University has joined CaSE:
“As a leading research intensive university, we are pleased to be joining CaSE at a critical time for its future funding. We welcome the opportunity to work with CaSE and its members to secure support for better policies and investment for science and engineering in this country. Research at UK universities is making a real difference to our world whether that is economic, social or cultural. It is vital that a future government continues to invest in this area.”
Acting Director Naomi Weir says:
“We are delighted to welcome the University of Bath as organisational members and add their voice to ours as we seek to ensure the next Government recognises the value of science and engineering and invests accordingly. Our diverse and growing membership builds our strength to speak on behalf of the science and engineering community, ensuring that their needs are being heard at the highest level of Government.”
CaSE is pleased to welcome Elsevier into its membership. Elsevier have supported CaSE’s work for many years, and we are delighted they have joined us as members.
Alicia Greated will be the new Executive Director of the Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) from early April 2024.
After 10 years as Executive Director of the Campaign for Science and Engineering, Professor Sarah Main is leaving the role at the end of November 2023.
The Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) is pleased to welcome LifeArc to its membership.