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Administration - 05.02.2024
Local authorities face significant challenges to deliver affordable housing despite desire
Local councils are growing more pessimistic about delivering sufficient affordable housing in the future, despite a desire to directly engage in housing development again, finds a new report by UCL researchers.

Administration - 13.12.2023
Homes in areas hit hardest by fuel poverty not benefiting from government’s flagship energy scheme, report warns

Administration - 12.12.2023
New Report on ’Design & Policy’ co-authored by Professor Liz Richardson
A report calling for more cross-disciplinary research on design in public policy has been launched by the AHRC funded Design There is a growing field in practice and research dedicated to investigating the distinctive contribution of design to policymaking.

Administration - 23.10.2023
Question time: your student experience at UCL
Question time: your student experience at UCL

Administration - 21.09.2023
Join us for a chat and Q&A with Aimie Chapple, UCL's Vice-President (Operations)
Join us for a chat and Q&A with Aimie Chapple, UCL’s Vice-President (Operations)

Administration - 13.09.2023
More should be done to promote Scotland globally ’beyond the tartan’ but positive signs of collaboration between governments, MPs find

Career - Administration - 30.08.2023
Spotlight on... Rea Souida
Spotlight on... Rea Souida

Administration - 21.07.2023
Opinion: I thought the government’s plan to protect Britain from extreme heat would be bad

Administration - 20.07.2023
Congratulations to the winners and nominees of the 2023 BEAMS Professional Services Awards
Congratulations to the winners and nominees of the 2023 BEAMS Professional Services Awards

Campus - Administration - 14.06.2023
Data Strategy to optimise potential of one of UCL's most valuable assets
Data Strategy to optimise potential of one of UCL’s most valuable assets

Administration - 09.06.2023
University professor co-hosts dialogue between American and Chinese diplomats
Manchester China Institute Director Peter Gries co-hosted the 13th US-China Young Diplomats Dialogue.

Administration - Pedagogy - 06.06.2023
University of Birmingham appoints new Dean of Birmingham Business School
University of Birmingham appoints new Dean of Birmingham Business School

Administration - 11.05.2023
Spotlight on... Dr Luke de Noronha
Spotlight on... Dr Luke de Noronha

Administration - 04.05.2023
Spotlight on... Paul Clark
Spotlight on... Paul Clark

Campus - Administration - 20.04.2023
UCL announces new Vice-President (Operations) and University Secretary
UCL announces new Vice-President (Operations) and University Secretary

Administration - 05.04.2023
Opinion: Not even Suella Braverman’s own department agrees with her about ’grooming gangs’

Administration - 30.03.2023
Celebrating Trans Day of Visibility 2023 at UCL
Celebrating Trans Day of Visibility 2023 at UCL

Administration - 30.03.2023
Spotlight on... Jayne Flowers
Spotlight on... Jayne Flowers

Administration - 07.03.2023
10,000 students to receive second cost of living payment

Administration - 28.02.2023
University appoints consultants to work on residences strategy

Computer Science - Administration - 03.02.2023
Appointment of first Chief Information Security Officer at The University of Manchester

Administration - Innovation - 12.12.2022
Government science adviser says global talent crucial for UK success
Government science adviser says global talent crucial for UK success

Environment - Administration - 18.11.2022
Opinion: Energy transitions - why countries respond differently to the same problem
Opinion: Energy transitions - why countries respond differently to the same problem

Administration - Campus - 17.11.2022
Opinion: Joe Biden and other Democratic hopefuls for the 2024 presidential nomination
Opinion: Joe Biden and other Democratic hopefuls for the 2024 presidential nomination

Administration - 15.11.2022
Governments urged not to miss the boat on green fuel shipping
New research from the Tyndall Centre at The University of Manchester highlights an urgent global need for investment in green fuels this decade to meet the Paris Climate goals.

Administration - 11.11.2022
New Policy Brief on Universal Credit, Working Claimants and the Government's Cost of Living Support
New Policy Brief on Universal Credit, Working Claimants and the Government’s Cost of Living Support

Administration - 07.11.2022
Join the conversation about UCL's new Strategic Plan
Join the conversation about UCL’s new Strategic Plan

Administration - Politics - 27.10.2022
Landmark report on levelling up features Manchester academics

Campus - Administration - 06.10.2022
Join Town Halls this term on UCL's strategic goals and priorities
Join Town Halls this term on UCL’s strategic goals and priorities

Administration - Career - 29.09.2022
New Chief People Officer announced at UCL
New Chief People Officer announced at UCL

Administration - 28.09.2022
What will exams and assessments look like this year? Updated assessment guidance published, 2022-23
What will exams and assessments look like this year? Updated assessment guidance published, 2022-23

Administration - Campus - 12.09.2022
UCL announces two new Faculty Deans along with a new interim Vice President (Operations)
UCL announces two new Faculty Deans along with a new interim Vice President (Operations)

Administration - 22.08.2022
Government urged to set the right level of folic acid in flour to prevent severe birth defects
Government urged to set the right level of folic acid in flour to prevent severe birth defects
The UK Government's current proposal to fortify one type of flour with folic acid is inadequate as it suggests a low dose that would fail to prevent hundreds of cases of severe birth defects each year, according to a new paper by UCL's Professor Sir Nicholas Wald.

Administration - 09.08.2022
Hot weather advice for UCL staff and students, 9 August 2022
Hot weather advice for UCL staff and students, 9 August 2022

Administration - 26.07.2022
Putting Net Zero into Action: addressing the implementation gap

Administration - 13.07.2022
Vice-President (Operations) Fiona Ryland moves to senior civil service role
Vice-President (Operations) Fiona Ryland moves to senior civil service role

Administration - Politics - 14.06.2022
UK Government supports top Scottish global affairs experts at London networking event
UK Government supports top Scottish global affairs experts at London networking event

Administration - 19.05.2022
Spotlight on... Charu Gorasia
Spotlight on... Charu Gorasia

Administration - 12.05.2022
Opinion: Why import restrictions aren’t enough to help Nigeria industrialise
Writing in The Conversation, Dr Michael Odijie (UCL History) and Poorva Karkare of ECDPM, take a careful and critical look at how Nigeria's closed-borders policies designed to fight goods smuggling is limiting trade with their neighbours and their own industrialisation.

Administration - 24.03.2022
Opinion: What should Dublin do if UK plays hardball on NI protocol?
Opinion: What should Dublin do if UK plays hardball on NI protocol?

Administration - 11.03.2022
Further support for households may be needed as cost-of-living squeeze continues

Administration - Campus - 09.03.2022
UCL Education Awards 2022 - deadline for nominations Friday 18 March
UCL Education Awards 2022 - deadline for nominations Friday 18 March

Politics - Administration - 07.03.2022
Opinion: How does Putin extract himself from this nightmare of his own making?
Opinion: How does Putin extract himself from this nightmare of his own making?
Paralysed by Ukraine, the Russian president will need his security services to keep him in power, says Professor Mark Galeotti (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies).

Administration - 04.03.2022
Secretary of State for Levelling Up visits Tyseley Energy Park
Secretary of State for Levelling Up visits Tyseley Energy Park

Economics - Administration - 03.03.2022
Introduce price cap on cigarettes to reduce smoking - new study
New research paper asks what more countries with already-high tobacco tax rates could do to reduce smoking.

Administration - Environment - 24.02.2022
The University of Manchester appoints Carol Prokopyszyn as Chief Financial Officer
The University of Manchester appoints Carol Prokopyszyn as Chief Financial Officer

Environment - Administration - 16.02.2022
Shortcomings in Wales’ local authority climate commitments, report finds
Greater urgency is required from local authorities in Wales in order to address the climate emergency, according to a report led by Cardiff University.

Architecture - Administration - 14.02.2022
Addis Ababa yet to meet the needs of residents: what has to change
Addis Ababa yet to meet the needs of residents: what has to change
With an estimated population of more than 3.7 million people , Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, is home to about a quarter of Ethiopia's urban population.

Campus - Administration - 10.02.2022
Collaborating to improve STEMM gender equality in India
Collaborating to improve STEMM gender equality in India

Administration - 02.02.2022
Bath experts available to comment on government’s levelling up plan
Dr Michael Donnelly (Education) and Dr Ricky Kanabar (Social & Policy Sciences) comment on the government's levelling up White Paper.
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