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Times Higher Education
September 18, 2019
First data from graduate employability survey suggest surge in reputation for continental institutions.
Times Higher Education
September 16, 2019
Free of Communist-era secretiveness, the new president might be willing to tackle abuses of power on campus, says Ararat Osipian.
Times Higher Education
September 10, 2019
Oxford professor’s response to male scholar’s guide to publication considers gendered nature of research career advice.
Times Higher Education
September 9, 2019
Joi Ito alleged to have made extensive efforts to hide millions of dollars donated by sexual abuser.
Times Higher Education
August 30, 2019
Women paid significantly less than men even when they are in the same role, conference hears.
Science business
August 29, 2019
As he resigns as rector of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Gunnar Bovim calls for the EU to attract more women project leaders to its research programmes.
Times Higher Education
August 29, 2019
A Times Higher Education and HSBC UK roundtable examined policies and programmes that could improve representation.
Times Higher Education
August 29, 2019
Former UCL students complain about ‘Eurocentric’ curriculum.
Times Higher Education
August 28, 2019
Sociologists demonstrate that brothers and sisters influence the courses students pick.
Tidningen Curie
August 27, 2019
“Academic housekeeping” steals time from research, and does not add merit. Academic housekeeping is the invisible work primarily carried out by women.
Times Higher Education
August 22, 2019
Former colleagues call for investigations to disclose what Strathclyde and Heriot-Watt universities knew about Kevin O’Gorman’s conduct.
Tidningen Curie
August 21, 2019
Men continue to dominate the top level of academia, a report from the AllBright Foundation shows.
Times Higher Education
August 21, 2019
Gap in acceptance rates for major European conferences entirely down to behaviour of male referees.
Times Higher Education
August 21, 2019
Institutions assume they will be bailed out if enrolments fall because they are ‘too big to fail’, says report.
Times Higher Education
August 16, 2019
International students feel “at home” while locals feel left out on outsized Australian campus, says Michael Spence.
Times Higher Education
August 15, 2019
The director of the US National Institutes of Health has denied any xenophobic intent in its crackdown on academic scientists with ties to China.
Times Higher Education
August 7, 2019
As in the UK and the US, universities face questions about whether their curricula feature enough non-white voices.
Times Higher Education
August 7, 2019
Universities urged to reconsider use of large introductory lectures.

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