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We talk Australian wildfires, the emerging field of environmental humanities and rock musician aspirations with Bath Spa’s new interdisciplinary professor
ETH Zurich president says ERC alternative needed if pair exit EU research framework
Will an Alpine holiday make Theresa May reflect on what is lost when science and education become collateral damage?
Institutions should also appoint ‘hate incident champions’ to encourage students to report abuse, says study
Are alternative income streams out there? Keith Burnett mulls all the options and the impact of Brexit in a marketised system
Nicholas Till on what it means to be moved by a piece of art after 30 years of critical practice
In a THE survey, only three group members confirm they will participate in exercise amid suggestions that others are considering not taking part
Welfare state expert Peter Taylor-Gooby cheerfully admits his research has had no real-world influence – but hopes a book might
Can a research powerhouse retain access to EU funds after a referendum backing restrictions on free movement? John Morgan reports
As Ipswich institution gains independence, Richard Lister says it is ‘absolutely right’ that new providers go through ‘proper level of scrutiny’
New University Alliance chair John Latham ‘wouldn’t want to be unaligned’ as an institution
Banning ghostwriting services from advertising won’t stop students cheating, but four simple steps could hobble them, says Geoffrey Alderman
Book of the week: The decision process behind the euro has left the EU in an untenable position, says Lucia Quaglia
A divided public and constitutional concerns make it impossible for Britain to pull out of the EU, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto
Carla Hesse on a lively study examining the French thinker’s first intellectual passion
Jack Grove asks whether the push to tackle gender inequality has led to discrimination against male scholars
But teaching champion forced to forgo as much as £1.5 million of hoped-for income
Women's submissions to a leading seminar were viewed more warmly once a gender-blind process was introduced
New College of the Humanities seeks £8.5 million while BPP University could be set for new ownership
London South Bank's chief operating officer says students deserve to receive the best service after institution wins recognition for customer satisfaction