News from other media

Times Higher Education
January 14, 2021
Author of London Met study attacks universities’ ‘empty platitudes and virtue signalling’.
Times Higher Education
January 11, 2021
Research finds that having just one scholar from an underrepresented group has a positive impact.
Times Higher Education
January 6, 2021
Manuscripts by female authors enjoy more favourable treatment in many disciplines, according to analysis of 350,000 journal submissions.
Times Higher Education
January 5, 2021
Whether academic is in a relationship has bigger impact on their perception of work-life balance than whether or not they have children, study finds.
Times Higher Education
December 10, 2020
The impact of the Black Lives Matter movement has raised urgent issues for universities about who should be taught what – and how.
Times Higher Education
December 10, 2020
Male PhD students reporting higher levels of psychological distress than women, survey says.
Times Higher Education
December 3, 2020
First black president pushes Virginia university to overcome its name and reputation.
Forskerforum
December 2, 2020
Is freedom of speech threatened in academia, or are such charges simply a rhetorical move to hush up legitimate criticism?
European Platform of Women Scientists
November 30, 2020
We have the great honour to begin this series of interviews by that of Mr. Jean-Eric Paquet, Director General for R&I of the European Commission.
Times Higher Education
November 26, 2020
Ethnic minority students twice as likely to be assaulted in teaching space as white classmates.
Universities UK
November 24, 2020
A new set of recommendations designed to decisively tackle racial harassment as part of efforts to address racial inequality in UK higher education.
Times Higher Education
November 24, 2020
Universities UK guidance says institutions must introduce training on concepts such as white privilege.
ScienceNorway
November 22, 2020
Half of them leave when they are done.
The Guardian
November 18, 2020
Sexual orientation gap for men larger than gap between white and black men, study shows.
Times Higher Education
November 12, 2020
Figures suggest that graduates of UK’s highly selective institutions and specialists have widest differences in pay.
Times Higher Education
October 30, 2020
Female academics, especially mothers, face the double challenge of patriarchy and neoliberal management.
Times Higher Education
October 28, 2020
Organisers refused to engage with the problem, or offered a series of stock excuses, say campaigners.
Times Higher Education
October 27, 2020
Oldest state-funded military college has history of venerating Confederacy.

Pages