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High-profile literary critic once described as “Australia’s most distinguished woman” was the first female chancellor of the University of Sydney
We talk to the US banking mogul about entrepreneurialism, carving a niche in British banking and contrarianism
A leading researcher in the use of supercritical fluids and superheated water in industry, who founded one of the University of Leeds' first spin-out companies, has died
The founder of The Huffington Post tells us how much sleep deprivation impacts on students’ well-being and how it could account for Donald Trump’s idiosyncratic election campaign
We talk about helping shape a country’s direction and the rise of managerialism in HE with the Bingham Centre’s new director
A neuroscientist and philosopher who offered many sharp insights into how our brains generate perceptions of the world has died
A geographer who radically reformed the discipline has died
We talk LGBT awareness, verbatim theatre and imaginary friends with the performer turned doctoral student
A ‘legendary’ lecturer in psychology has died
The former Cabinet minister on listening to jazz pianist Art Tatum, ambitions to be Stirling Moss, and how we shouldn’t view all politicians as crooks
A leading physics educator has died
We talk tours of duty, support for veterans and the travails of following Aston Villa with Chester’s new nursing professor
A highly influential and wide-ranging sociologist has died
We talk to the professional golfer about leadership and the possibility of swapping golf clubs for research after retirement
A skilful and charismatic ‘drug hunter’ has died
We talk to the digital games professor about the perception of games in the academy
A leading authority on the British landscape has died
We talk to the long-distance cyclist and documentary-maker about swapping pedals for academic robes
We talk to the Sheffield Hallam autism expert about societal prejudices, the focus on research impact and a rugby career curtailed
One of the leading radical geographers of her generation has died