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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.
Times Higher Education
August 5, 2019
Updated settlement ties racial and gender distribution to national shares of population.
Times Higher Education
July 25, 2019
Law dean calls Amy Wax’s views ‘repugnant’ but does not answer demands for her removal.
European Commission
July 23, 2019
An EU-funded project is developing tools to improve gender balance in research institutions and higher education, helping to sustain female talent.
Times Higher Education
July 22, 2019
Minority institutions wary of big candidate promises to lavish them with support.
Times Higher Education
July 17, 2019
Nesta finds proportion of female AI researchers was higher in the mid-1990s – although universities fare better than tech firms.
Times Higher Education
July 11, 2019
Facilitated meetings can encourage early admissions of guilt from perpetrators and provide recognition of victims’ experiences, says Clare McGlynn.
Times Higher Education
July 8, 2019
Only a quarter of biology conferences set rules on attendee behaviour and penalties for misconduct are even rarer, study finds.
The Guardian
July 5, 2019
Guardian investigation reveals widespread evidence of discrimination in higher education.
Times Higher Education
June 28, 2019
Study backs up earlier findings that women are less likely to ask questions at conferences, even when they are in majority.
Times Higher Education
June 27, 2019
Data on more than 19,000 institutions show Europe lags behind leading anglophone sectors on female leadership.
Gender action
June 24, 2019
This policy brief, presents a short overview of the key factors in the participation of women in innovation and the integration of a gender dimension in innovation processes.
Cursor
June 18, 2019
In its search for new scientists, Eindhoven University of Technology will focus its recruitment activities solely on suitable female candidates from July.
Science
June 18, 2019
A Dutch engineering university is taking radical action to increase its share of female academics by opening job vacancies to women only.
The Guardian
June 16, 2019
The history of science has often seen women’s work overlooked and their credit stolen.
Times Higher Education
June 12, 2019
Pretoria’s new vice-chancellor says ‘co-creating’ institutional cultures was critical for a diverse academy.
The Guardian
June 10, 2019
Despite a senior colleague’s protests, Jean Purdy’s name was not included on memorial.

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