The autumn 2019 edition of Bulletin, the staff magazine for the University of Edinburgh, has been published.
This summer, many members of the University community came together to contribute to the city’s festivals. In this issue, we celebrate a small selection who work hard to ensure smooth and successful partnerships with all our visitors.
This time last year the Bayes Centre officially opened its doors. We look at how its work is bringing together the University community with external organisations to create a one-stop shop for data science expertise.
We also share testimonials from three staff members who have taken part in the University’s Mentoring Connections Programme. They reveal their experiences with the scheme.
In 2018 Edinburgh University Press celebrated its most successful year ever. As 2019 marks its 70th birthday, we look back at the milestones that the press has enjoyed since it first began.
This edition also has our regular round-up of recent University news and events, and there is a chance to win a five-class pass to Tribe Yoga through our spot-the-difference competition.
Download or pick up a copy
You can view and download the latest edition of Bulletin here in a low- or higher-resolution format:
Or you can pick up a copy at the University Visitor Centre at 2 Charles Street.
A selection of previous editions of Bulletin are archived online (requires a PDF viewer such as Adobe Reader).
How to contribute
Bulletin is now published four times a year and contains interviews, profiles, features and news pages to keep you up to date with who’s who and what’s what at the University.
If you would like to submit an idea, tell us about news or events, or be added to our distribution list, please contact us at the email address below.
The next edition of Bulletin will be published in December 2019.