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A literature module developed at Brunel University London has moved away from the traditional essay format and embraced the digital age
Three professors give their views on the difficulties of taking on tasks that are necessary but undervalued
Academics offer advice on how to turn glumness into enthusiasm
With Hungary accused of ‘undermining democratic values’, Malcolm Gillies considers to what extent universities with a liberal mission can flourish in ‘illiberal’ societies
Poor materials, disengaged students and little time or incentive to prepare dishearten one casualised academic
When his university found evidence of a £2,000 gender pay gap, it knew what was the right thing to do - and it did it, says David Wilkinson
David Bell has some words of wisdom for Jo Johnson, the new minister for universities and science, as an ‘eventful’ five years loom
‘Domino theory’ points to UK academy’s future financial environment
Chilling testimonies collected by the Council for At-Risk Academics reveal the devastating impact of the arrival of Islamic State
To study mass tourism, Hazel Andrews entered a world of binge-drinking, sexism and racism. She describes why she did it and what she learned
Academics discuss what might be done to improve trust, reduce cynicism and get young people to vote
Which institutions are building the reserves to cushion potential shocks from uncapped student recruitment and rocketing research costs?
Ross Aikins considers the evolution of substance use and how universities shape the debate
Academics have been left fearing for their jobs at a university politics department after management announced a restructure
World University Rankings subjects data reveal top university performers across six areas
University of Greenwich’s report following the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby suggests the ‘area was a centre for radical Islamic movements’
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