Researcher talks of anger over job loss caused by federal hiring freeze

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US academic highlights risks for internationally mobile foreign scholars looking to settle in UK
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Equality Challenge Unit study details how ethnicity and sexuality hold back female researchers

Matthew Reisz discusses the preliminary results of the National Senior Management Survey

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Civil servant status and national pay scales mean senior academics earn less than peers elsewhere

Report warns of risk of overlooking women, internal candidates and those from ethnic minorities

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Robert MacIntosh and Kevin O’Gorman offer advice on climbing the career ladder

Cleveland, Ohio, USA - July 20, 2016: Participants in the 'Wall Off Trump' immigration march and rally demonstrate outside the Quicken Loans Arena, site of the Republican National Convention, on its third day.

Researcher warns that anti-immigrant sentiment could affect pipeline of academic talent

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Steve Keen laments loss of ‘time and freedom’ for universities’ ‘original thinkers’

Fears that Scottish institution will be first of many institutions to make cuts

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To mark International Women’s Day, academics and administrators reflect on leadership challenges

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Duke University’s Valerie Ashby says institutions must be more ‘intentional’ about finding ethnic minority PhD candidates

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Discriminating in hiring practice against particular intellectual perspectives is no less sinister than discriminating against particular political persuasions, says Glenn Geher

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Scholars report higher levels of depressive symptoms and social withdrawal

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Research finds that working overseas can boost PhD holders’ salaries 


Living next to the US is like sleeping with an elephant. But will the election of a divisive president see more Americans pack their trunks and trump, trump, trump up to Canada? asks Glen Jones

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Lack of opportunities and local hiring practices have stopped many French scientists from returning to their homeland, a new study says

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Academics enjoy teaching. What they don’t like is the lack of preparation time, bureaucratic burdens, unprepared students – and the TEF. Jack Grove reports

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Tired of the lies and back-patting that CVs are made of, Roger Watson eyes an alternative with a long list of virtues

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Research grant available but institution job 'normally' required before applying