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Times Higher Education
November 22, 2018
Major Ucea study finds ethnic minority staff suffer 'significant pay penalties' relative to white male staff with equivalent academic backgrounds.
Times Higher Education
November 22, 2018
Frustration with ‘snail’s pace’ progress across continent leads Irish government to back financial sanctions against universities that miss gender equality targets.
Inside Higher Education
November 20, 2018
International students from India said they feared losing their visa status if they did not comply with the demands of the professor.
Times Higher Education
November 20, 2018
Japan is poised to hit its internationalisation target, but some say institutions are little more than “visa factories”.
Kilden genderresearch.no
November 19, 2018
Academic freedom is threatened by authoritarian right-wing populism in countries in Europe and Latin America.
Times Higher Education
November 19, 2018
Legal counsel describes how she was fired after pushing for investigation into misconduct at elite US institution.
European Commission
November 6, 2018
This prize recognises women entrepreneurs who have developed and brought to market an outstanding innovation. Deadline is 16 January 2019.
Times Higher Education
November 6, 2018
Sir John Kingman hints that research councils could withhold funding in cases where universities do not address unfair treatment.
Times Higher Education
October 23, 2018
Women and Equalities Committee call for UK to follow US Title IX example, accusing government, regulators and institutions of ‘passing the buck’.
Times Higher Education
October 16, 2018
Universities must do more to counter Euro-white supremacy if they are going to effectively support decolonisation of disciplines, argues Heather McLean.
Times Higher Education
October 15, 2018
New rules requiring a female presence on doctoral defence panels at the University of Glasgow will push more ‘unrewarded’ academic tasks on to women, critics claim
Times Higher Education
October 15, 2018
The trial beginning on Monday will assess whether Harvard’s admissions policies discriminate against Asian-Americans in favour of black applicants.
Times Higher Education
October 8, 2018
Fear and shame deter foreigners from reporting attacks, University of Canberra study finds
Times Higher Education
October 5, 2018
Donna Strickland describes how becoming only the third woman in history to win the physics prize turned her into a ‘rock star’ overnight
Times Higher Education
September 28, 2018
Top US universities with low numbers of ethnic minority students are most likely to use questionable practices that overplay diversity, study claims
Times Higher Education
September 28, 2018
Top US universities with low numbers of ethnic minority students are most likely to use questionable practices that overplay diversity, study claims
Times Higher Education
September 26, 2018
Carlos Moedas tells MEPs institutions should introduce allocations for female academics ‘at some point’
The Chronicle of Higher Education
September 23, 2018
Diversity fatigue afflicts the very people who are most committed to diversity work, writes Mariam B. Lam.

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