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Khrono
October 14, 2016
The Students at Risk program is still in a pilot stage. Rector at the University of Oslo, Ole Petter Ottersen, hopes that this program can be made permanent.
NordForsk
October 13, 2016
NordForsk has awarded NOK 41.8 million for two Nordic Centres of Excellence (NCoEs) under the programme Solving the Gender Paradox.
Change.org
October 11, 2016
Keep Funding Gender Equality.
Times Higher Education
September 22, 2016
From decolonising curricula to ensuring right-wing viewpoints, calls for more representation and balance on campuses do not all share the same goals, says Tom Cutterham.
Times Higher Education
September 19, 2016
Large-scale quantitative analysis of university grades confirms the existence of slump in second-year marks first observed in the 1950s.
Statistics Norway
September 16, 2016
Most graduates from bachelor and master’s degree programmes are women in Norway and in most OECD countries. In a majority of OECD countries, more men than women hold a doctoral degree.
European Commission
September 14, 2016
The 2017 EU Prize for Women Innovators is now open!
Stockholm School of Economics
September 13, 2016
Anna Dreber Almenberg becomes the first female professor of economics at the Stockholm School of Economics.
The Metropolist
September 6, 2016
For some young women, as the academic year starts, September may bring fear. The fear of possible sexual harassment from their peers or their professors.
Times Higher Education
August 14, 2016
Dutch researchers find female academics 11 per cent less likely to hit promotion threshold in course evaluations.
Times Higher Education
August 11, 2016
Book of the week: ‘Helicopters’ or ‘bystanders’? Your folks’ behaviour can govern more than grades, says Hazel Christie.
Times Higher Education
August 11, 2016
A lawyer and a clinical psychologist in the US explain how America’s universities are becoming more ‘trauma-informed’.
Times Higher Education
July 28, 2016
Westminster looks to new ways for students from 150 countries to explore their differences.
Times Higher Education
July 20, 2016
In academia, and more widely, women are too easily relegated to the ‘less competent than men’ category, writes Athene Donald.
GenPORT
July 19, 2016
This policy brief provides evidence-based, concrete recommendations for national level policy makers and institutional science leaders.
Times Higher Education
July 11, 2016
In Home Office and shadow education brief, Ms May has long history with higher education.
July 11, 2016
Just over half feel promotion process not transparent and fair, internal report finds
Probono
July 11, 2016
The world is increasingly embracing digital technology, and so too are our schools. But many girls are still missing out on developing IT and programming skills.

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