Alumni of the University of Bath

Posted Oct 28, 2009
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  1. Rachel Dunn

    Rachel Dunn


    Rachel Margaret Dunn (born 14 November 1982) is an English international netball player. Dunn debuted for the England national netball team in 2004 against South Africa, and was a member of the England teams that won bronze medals at the 2006 and 2010 Commonwealth Games, and a silver medal at the 2010 World Netball Series.

  2. Alex James

    Alex James


    Steven Alexander "Alex" James FRSA (born 21 November 1968) is an English musician and songwriter, as well as a journalist and cheesemaker. Best known as the bassist of the band Blur, he has also played with temporary bands Fat Les, Me Me Me, WigWam and Bad Lieutenant.

  3. Sheila Forbes

    Sheila Forbes


    Sheila Forbes, CBE (born 31 December 1946), is a British educator, consultant and manager. She became Principal of St Hilda's College, Oxford in August 2007.

  4. Neil Fox

    Neil Fox


    Neil Andrew Howe Fox (born 12 June 1961 in Harrow, Middlesex) is an English radio DJ and television presenter, known for many years as Dr Fox before he became "Foxy" in the 2000s. He is now known simply as Neil Fox.

  5. Murder of Melanie Hall

    Murder of Melanie Hall


    Melanie Hall (born 20 August 1970; disappeared c. 9 June 1996; declared legally dead 17 November 2004) was a British hospital clerical officer from Bradford on Avon, who disappeared on 9 June 1996, following a night out at the Cadillacs nightclub in Bath. It was not until 5 October 2009 that her partial remains were discovered, after a plastic bin bag containing human bones was located by a workman on the M5 motorway near Thornbury, South Gloucestershire. The bones, which included a pelvis, thigh bone and skull, were analysed and identified as belonging to Melanie Hall on 7 October 2009. It was determined that Hall had suffered severe fractures to her skull and face, and had been tied up with rope, although a definitive cause of death could not be pinpointed.

  6. Danny Maye

    Danny Maye


    Daniel Peter Christopher "Danny" Maye (born 14 July 1982) is an English former professional footballer, who has previously coached at Bristol Rovers. He is now Lead Coach at Southampton Football Club's Satellite academy based at the University of Bath.

  7. Russell Senior

    Russell Senior


    Russell Senior (born 18 May 1961) is the guitarist and violinist of the band Pulp.

  8. Neil McCarthy (rugby player)

    Neil McCarthy (rugby player)


    Neil McCarthy (born 29 November 1974 in Slough) is an English Rugby union player.

  9. Heather Stanning

    Heather Stanning


    Heather Mary Stanning MBE (born 26 January 1985) is a British professional rower, a member of the Great Britain Rowing Team, and Royal Artillery officer. As of May 2015 she and her partner Helen Glover are the World, Olympic and European record holders, plus the reigning Olympic, World, World Cup and European champions in the women's coxless pairs, the first British rowers to hold all seven distinctions simultaneously. She is also a reigning British champion in both women's fours and quad sculls.

  10. Jason Tahincioglu

    Jason Tahincioglu


    Jason Tahincioğlu also called Jason Tahinci; born 29 October 1983 in Bristol, United Kingdom) is a Turkish auto racing driver born into a car racing family.

  11. David Greene (athlete)

    David Greene (athlete)


    David "Dai" Greene (born 11 April 1986) is a British hurdler who specialises in the 400 metres hurdles event and competes internationally for both Wales and Great Britain. In a sixteen-month period between 2010 and 2011, Greene won the World, European and Commonwealth titles in the event, in addition to winning the event as part of the European Team Championships and the IAAF Continental Cup.

  12. Pamela Cookey

    Pamela Cookey


    Pamela Asibie Cookey (born 2 September 1984 in Birmingham, West Midlands) is an English netball player, usually posted to goal attack (GA).

  13. Corinne Yorston

    Corinne Yorston


    Corinne Louise Yorston (born 15 June 1983) is an English female international footballer who plays as a defender. She plays her club football for Yeovil Town. Although primarily a left-back, she has played in midfield at club level and has won most of her England caps playing in central defence. She has also previously represented English Universities.

  14. Amy Williams

    Amy Williams


    Amy Joy Williams MBE (born 29 September 1982) is an English former skeleton racer and Olympic gold medallist.

  15. Sean Li

    Sean Li


    Sean Li Jia-Hao (???) is a Hong Kong Chinese film actor. He was born in Hong Kong and educated in the United Kingdom and the United States.

  16. James Wong (ethnobotanist)

    James Wong (ethnobotanist)


    James Wong (born 26 May 1981) is an ethnobotanist, television presenter and garden designer in the United Kingdom, best known for presenting the award-winning television series Grow Your Own Drugs, being a panellist on the long-running Radio 4 series Gardeners' Question Time and reporting on the popular rural affairs BBC series Countryfile.

  17. Matt Stevens

    Matt Stevens


    Matthew John Hamilton Stevens (born 1 October 1982) is a South African-born English international rugby union player, who plays at prop for the Natal Sharks.

  18. Justin King (businessman)

    Justin King (businessman)


    Justin Matthew King, CBE (born 17 May 1961) is a British businessman, who served as the CEO of J Sainsbury plc, parent company of the supermarket chain Sainsbury's, for 10 years before stepping down in July 2014.

  19. Nigel Dick

    Nigel Dick


    Nigel Dick (born 21 March 1953, Catterick, North Yorkshire, England) is an English music video and film director, writer and musician based in Los Angeles, California. He directed the Band Aid video "Do They Know It's Christmas?", as well as over 500 other music videos.

  20. Matt Corker

    Matt Corker


    Matthew Corker (born 30 November 1982) is a professional rugby union player for London Welsh. Hailing from Broadstairs, Kent and playing rugby from a young age, Corker formerly played for London Wasps.

  21. Stephen Dalton

    Stephen Dalton


    Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Gary George Dalton GCBADC (born 23 April 1954) is a retired Royal Air Force commander. As commanding officer of XIII Squadron, he deployed on Operation Jural, the United Kingdom's contribution to Operation Southern Watch enforcing the No-Fly Zone over Southern Iraq. He then moved on to high command, serving as Head of Air Operations at the Ministry of Defence during the preparations for and conduct of Operation Telic in Iraq. Most recently he was appointed Chief of the Air Staff, the professional head of the Royal Air Force, in which role he advised the British Government on the deployment of air power during the Libyan conflict. In that capacity he implemented 2,700 redundancies, as determined by the Strategic Defence and Security Review.

  22. Marilyn Okoro

    Marilyn Okoro


    Marilyn Chinwenwa Okoro (born 23 September 1984 in London) is a British track and field athlete of Igbo Nigerian ancestry. She finished third in the 800 metres at both the 2007 and 2008 IAAF World Athletics Final. She was on the bronze winning 4 × 400 m relay at the 2007 World Championships in Athletics. She represented Great Britain at the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008 and finished sixth (1:59.53 mins) in the semi-finals.

  23. Laurent Binet

    Laurent Binet


    Laurent Binet (born July 19, 1972) is a French writer.

  24. Chuck Pfarrer

    Chuck Pfarrer


    Charles Patrick "Chuck" Pfarrer, III (born April 13, 1957, Boston, Massachusetts) is an American novelist, screenwriter, and former U.S. Navy SEAL from Biloxi, Mississippi.

  25. Edward Lowassa

    Edward Lowassa


    Edward Ngoyai Lowassa (born August 26, 1953) is a Tanzanian politician who was Prime Minister of Tanzania from 2005 to 2008, serving under President Jakaya Kikwete. Lowassa has gone into record as the first Prime Minister to have been forced to resign by a fraud scandal in the history of Tanzania, earning him the nickname "Lo-Rushwa". "Rushwa" means bribe in Swahili. Following his resignation President Kikwete was obliged to dissolve his cabinet as required by the Constitution and with minimum delay, constituted a new one under a new Prime Minister, Mizengo Pinda.

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