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A survey suggests research misconduct in the UK is higher than previously feared. Joanna Williams and five other academics ponder the results
Joanna Williams voted Leave, and has been left disappointed by the academy’s reaction to the EU referendum result
Giving female scholars one-off sums to ‘compensate’ for the pay gap rewards biology rather than merit, argues Joanna Williams
Success as a Knowledge Economy is the culmination of several unwelcome trends in higher education, writes Joanna Williams
Why are researchers preoccupied with 'lad culture' when the under-representation of men among students is the real problem, asks Joanna Williams
Joanna Williams on a controversial academic’s interpretation of where the boundaries lie
Government proposals will be detrimental not just to scholarship but to quality teaching in higher education, says Joanna Williams
Joanna Williams on a study embracing technology and introducing a provocative concept of learning