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Campus - Art and Design - 06.06.2022
'Write fewer papers, take more risks': researchers call for 'rebellion'
’Write fewer papers, take more risks’: researchers call for ’rebellion’
A group of education specialists are urging researchers to challenge the -structures and regulations- which define academic scholarship, arguing that different approaches are needed in an age of climate change, COVID-19 and rising populism.

Career - Campus - 27.05.2022

Campus - 24.05.2022
UCL and Clarity Travel Management: An update for staff who are travelling or planning to travel
UCL and Clarity Travel Management: An update for staff who are travelling or planning to travel
We are aware that users are experiencing difficulties with our travel provider, Clarity Travel. Clarity have committed to improving their service and there are several recommendations to consider when arranging travel.

Campus - 05.05.2022
My UCL Experience all-staff survey
My UCL Experience all-staff survey
Thank you to everyone who participated in My UCL Experience, our all-staff survey, last month and for providing such thoughtful and informative feedback. Your views are immensely valuable in helping us understand how you feel about working at UCL right now and in identifying ways we can improve your experience of working at UCL.

Campus - History / Archeology - 21.04.2022

Campus - Pedagogy - 21.04.2022

Research Management - Campus - 06.04.2022

Environment - Campus - 31.03.2022
People and Nature Lab launched at UCL East
People and Nature Lab launched at UCL East
Long lasting solutions to the global challenges of biodiversity loss, ecosystem degradation and climate change, will be the focus of the new People and Nature Lab, launching today at UCL East.

Health - Campus - 29.03.2022
’Traffic Light’ tool used by GPs to assess seriously unwell children is ’unreliable’
A tool used by GPs to help identify seriously unwell children may not accurately detect or exclude acute illness, according to an evaluation using data from UK general practice. The study, led by Cardiff University, assessed data from more than 6,700 cases and concluded the widely used National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Traffic Light system "cannot be relied upon" and is "unsuitable" for use as a clinical decision tool.

Campus - Health - 25.03.2022

Social Sciences - Campus - 24.03.2022

Life Sciences - Campus - 24.03.2022

Campus - 21.03.2022

Campus - 17.03.2022

Innovation - Campus - 15.03.2022

Campus - Linguistics / Literature - 15.03.2022
Learners have not closed the door on languages just before they make GCSE option choices, report shows
Half of all students are open to language learning at the point they make their option choices, new data shows.