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Times Higher Education
March 14, 2019
Lucy Cavendish College to go co-educational and abolish its minimum entry age of 21.
The Guardian
March 8, 2019
Women are still underrepresented in leadership positions in universities – this has to change, Chris Skidmore writes.
European Commission
March 8, 2019
The number of women with a career in research is slowly growing in Europe. Still, they remain significantly underrepresented.
Times Higher Education
March 8, 2019
Member universities would be unable to fill 60,000 jobs from abroad, and face increased costs too, says report.
Times Higher Education
March 8, 2019
Analysis of THE World University Rankings data shows no progress in number of women leading highest-ranked institutions.
Times Higher Education
March 8, 2019
Jocalyn Clark and Imogen Coe ask why universities have been so slow to adopt meaningful change to improve gender representation.
Times Higher Education
March 8, 2019
Life as an early career researcher is hard, but when you add being working class into the mix, the obstacles are almost insurmountable, writes an anonymous academic.
Times Higher Education
March 7, 2019
A student’s mysterious accusation of racism saw P. K. Newby removed from her course – and another woman lost from the leaky pipeline
Times Higher Education
February 28, 2019
‘Why is being incredibly successful a problem?’ asks Universities Australia chair Margaret Gardner.
Times Higher Education
February 28, 2019
Adam Tickell acknowledges university has ‘failed’ staff and students in the past but says improving well-being is his top priority.
Inside Higher Ed
February 27, 2019
Unfortunately, many people still have backward ideas about the ability of women to succeed in academe after having children, writes Terri E. Givens.
Times Higher Education
February 25, 2019
US study suggests hiring panels may offer worse terms to female scientists seeking jobs at their partner’s institution than to equally qualified solo candidates.
Times Higher Education
February 22, 2019
Many presidents have pursued their careers just at one institution, raising questions about management skills, report finds.
Times Higher Education
February 20, 2019
UK universities must begin by assessing their recruitment strategies and interviewing processes, says Roshan Doug.
Times Higher Education
February 20, 2019
Impostor syndrome: two-thirds of female scholars suffer badly.
Times Higher Education
February 14, 2019
Rebekah Tromble and Patricia Rossini feared for their safety when the conservative online world turned against them last summer.
Times Higher Education
February 13, 2019
The 21st-century labour market will increasingly want well-rounded freethinkers – the very thing that courses such as Western civilisation develop, says Daniel Hutto.
Times Higher Education
February 12, 2019
Switching to a six-point scale in surveys eliminates perceived gap in teaching performance, study finds.

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