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Dame Athene Donald on how the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy had to reissue a job advert for UKRI board members
Dame Athene Donald laments the lack of progress on gender issues
University staff may often write letters of recommendation in a very gendered way, warns Dame Athene Donald
Concerns that Lord Stern’s proposals for REF 2020 will adversely affect ECRs are misplaced, argues Dame Athene Donald
In academia, and more widely, women are too easily relegated to the ‘less competent than men’ category, writes Dame Athene Donald
Pressure to publish can lead to unethical behaviour, writes Athene Donald
Inadequate preparation, failure to keep control and poor time-keeping are among Athene Donald’s six deadly sins
Lecturers are more likely to opt for sparkling water at lunch these days, argues Athene Donald
The prime minister's suggestion that top universities are at fault for their low admission of BME students is not borne out by the evidence, says Athene Donald
An aggregated university score would be designed to serve government bean counters, not students, says Athene Donald