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Times Higher Education
December 5, 2019
Asking BAME students to spend significant amounts of time helping universities decolonise the curriculum is far from the ideal solution, says Daniel Akinbosede.
Times Higher Education
November 7, 2019
Report also suggests that spin-outs founded and run by women receive less investment.
Times Higher Education
November 7, 2019
Study says that universities need to ‘step up’ to continue progress made by funding agencies and journals.
Times Higher Education
November 6, 2019
Presidential push for women’s universities accompanied by scrapping of gender action plan by regulator.
Times Higher Education
October 25, 2019
Gender equality expert says higher education sector must ‘strengthen the economic independence of researchers’.
Times Higher Education
October 24, 2019
Book of the week: Rachel O’Neill praises a sobering study of how we can combat the sheer amount of abuse female researchers experience in the field.
The Guardian
October 23, 2019
Academics and student leaders accuse equalities watchdog of drawing a false equivalence.
Times Higher Education
October 22, 2019
Social media posts by students at home and abroad push universities to address harassment and assault.
Times Higher Education
October 15, 2019
Rate four times higher among women than men, and rising overall since initial 2015 survey.
The Conversation
October 15, 2019
Universities remain dominated by those from white, middle-class backgrounds, writes Professor Kalwant Bhopal.
Times Higher Education
October 14, 2019
Scholars say group awards would place focus on discovery itself and help to mitigate bias.
Times Higher Education
October 9, 2019
Finding illuminates US health agency’s overall avoidance of human-centred research.
The Guardian
October 9, 2019
Universities UK welcomes findings but says more work needed to prevent racial harassment.
Nature
October 4, 2019
Ahead of this year’s award announcements, Göran Hansson speaks about measures to address the imbalance in gender and ethnicity among winners.
Times Higher Education
September 23, 2019
President Bolsonaro’s education cuts and opposition to racial quotas will hit current policies, says Marry Ferreira.
Smithsonian.com
September 20, 2019
The historian Margaret Rossiter has devoted her career to bringing to light the ingenious accomplishments of those who have been forgotten.
Times Higher Education
September 20, 2019
Gender studies is becoming a dangerous field in Latin America and Europe. This has implications for the fight for gender equality everywhere, says Sally Gimson.
Times Higher Education
September 19, 2019
Failure to improve diversity risks ‘marginalising the impact and credibility of universities in an increasingly diverse world’, Leru warns.

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