Inquiry still vital

March 26, 2004

Enabling institutions without research degree-awarding powers to become universities will not damage higher education ("Breaking research link will 'hamper' funding", March 19). The new requirements stress that staff are expected to engage in disciplined inquiry to underpin teaching.

Roger Brown
Principal, Southampton Institute

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