THE podcast: 5 June 2014 issue review

June 5, 2014

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The possible resignation of a journal’s editorial board, the US universities turning to private firms to recruit overseas students, and the University and College Union congress in Manchester last month are discussed in this week’s issue review.

Reporter, Chris Parr, is joined by deputy features editor Paul Jump, and writers Jack Grove and David Matthews to talk through some of the highlight’s from the latest issue of Times Higher Education.

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