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Environment - Career - 22.02.2024
Spotlight on... Mark Maslin
Spotlight on... Mark Maslin

Campus - Career - 22.02.2024
Future graduates will pay more in loan repayments and the poorest will be worst affected
Future graduates will pay more in loan repayments and the poorest will be worst affected

Campus - Career - 22.02.2024
Opinion: Future graduates will pay more in student loans - and the poorest will be worst affected

Career - 12.02.2024
Dalton Nuclear Institute Appoints Zara Hodgson as New Director
Dalton Nuclear Institute Appoints Zara Hodgson as New Director

Economics - Career - 08.02.2024
Response to Boohoo scandal failed workers it should have protected, shows new report
Response to Boohoo scandal failed workers it should have protected, shows new report
Modern slavery charges in Leicester masked the root causes of labour exploitation, say the authors of a new report from the School of Management. Published on Thursday 8 February 2024 Last updated on Thursday 8 February 2024 The report has revealed the human consequences of pursuing modern slavery allegations, over supply chain failings, in Leicester's 'Boohoo Scandal' in 2020.

Career - Event - 08.02.2024
Researcher wins UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships Impact award
Researcher wins UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships Impact award

Career - Economics - 05.02.2024
Self-employment Week: Monday 19 - Thursday, 22 February 2024

Career - 05.02.2024
Applications open for 2024-25 Open Research Fellowship Programme
Applications open for 2024-25 Open Research Fellowship Programme

Career - 01.02.2024
Employment flex appeal: how to bend without breaking
Dr Daniel Wheatley explores the 'flexibility ripple effect' and the critical role of good line management in a flexible future of work.

Event - Career - 31.01.2024
National Centre for Research Methods celebrates 20th anniversary

Career - 31.01.2024
Lou Cordwell OBE appointed Professor of Innovation and Special Advisor

Career - 30.01.2024
Experiences of Hong Kongers and Ukrainians under UK govt’s ’safe and legal humanitarian routes’
Report reveals first-hand insights from people coming to UK through Humanitarian Visa scheme A new report released today titled "Humanitarian Visas in a Hostile Environment", offers first-hand insights into the experiences of individuals arriving in the UK through the Hong Kong BN(O) and Ukraine visa schemes and shows that 'significant concerns persist' around the restrictions faced by visa beneficiaries.

Career - 30.01.2024
The UCL Knowledge: Cycle Scheme
The UCL Knowledge: Cycle Scheme

Career - Sport - 24.01.2024
New Pro Chancellor

Career - 23.01.2024
Film by UCL director examines the lines between life and death, fact and myth
Film by UCL director examines the lines between life and death, fact and myth

Life Sciences - Career - 18.01.2024
Turi King to be the next Director of the Milner Centre for Evolution
Turi King to be the next Director of the Milner Centre for Evolution

Health - Career - 10.01.2024
No laughing matter: leadership critical to help address NHS retention crisis
No laughing matter: leadership critical to help address NHS retention crisis
Doctors turned comedians Adam Kay, Harry Hill and Phil Hammond team up with the University of Bath to highlight issues underscoring NHS retention crisis.

Career - 09.01.2024
EU Ambassador to the UK joins UCL European Institute Advisory Board
EU Ambassador to the UK joins UCL European Institute Advisory Board

Innovation - Career - 08.01.2024
Victims of UK Post Office IT scandal faced four main barriers to speaking out
Victims of UK Post Office IT scandal faced four main barriers to speaking out
Study concludes scandal was management failure and misplaced belief in technology Published on Monday 8 January 2024 Last updated on Tuesday 9 January 2024 The 700-plus sub-postmasters wrongly accuse

Career - Pedagogy - 04.01.2024
Spotlight on... Emma Bull
Spotlight on... Emma Bull

Career - Health - 04.01.2024
’Leaveism’ and ’presenteeism’ continue even when employers are more flexible - here’s how to be happier at work
Cary Cooper Ian Hesketh Way back in February 2020, before most of us really knew anything about COVID, we wrote an article for The Conversation about "leaveism" and its impact on flexible working. Barely a month later, the world was bracing for a pandemic that would inadvertently create the largest (forced) working experiment of all time.

Career - Event - 22.12.2023
Champion of diversity awarded fellowship from British Science Association
Champion of diversity awarded fellowship from British Science Association

Health - Career - 21.12.2023
City awarded £5m research and development grant to tackle health inequalities

Campus - Career - 20.12.2023
The University of Manchester appoints Professor Duncan Ivison as next President & Vice-Chancellor

Innovation - Career - 20.12.2023
Pro bono award honours legal support scheme for green tech startups
Pro bono award honours legal support scheme for green tech startups

Career - 18.12.2023
Workwear charity helps over 200 women impress at interview
Workwear charity helps over 200 women impress at interview

Health - Career - 14.12.2023
VALIDATE network receives Medical Research Council grant

Career - 13.12.2023
USS valuation update
USS valuation update

Career - Environment - 12.12.2023
Funding Call Pre Announcement - UMRI Pump-Priming

Politics - Career - 08.12.2023
John Swinney appointed as Honorary Professor for University of Glasgow’s Centre for Public Policy

Life Sciences - Career - 05.12.2023
Dr Payam Gammage selected for prestigious EMBO Young Investigator Programme

Career - Psychology - 05.12.2023
From excitement to disillusionment - new study identifies 4 emotional stages of professional careers
From excitement to disillusionment - new study identifies 4 emotional stages of professional careers
Study of UK lawyers flags need to consider emotions and coping skills in career progression.

Innovation - Career - 04.12.2023
Engineering Student Wins Prototypes for Humanity innovation award at COP28
Engineering Student Wins Prototypes for Humanity innovation award at COP28

Innovation - Career - 04.12.2023
University of Glasgow nuclear researchers receive prestigious UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships

Campus - Career - 04.12.2023
University of Birmingham academics awarded UKRI Future Leadership Fellowships

Career - Environment - 27.11.2023
Productivity events to ’unlock’ prosperity for Scotland

Research Management - Career - 23.11.2023
Six UCL academics receive European Research Council Consolidator Grants
Six UCL academics receive European Research Council Consolidator Grants

Career - Economics - 23.11.2023
Researchers win European grants worth 4million euros
Researchers win European grants worth 4million euros

Career - 23.11.2023
Autumn Statement: Changes for those unemployed due to sickness or disability

Career - Campus - 23.11.2023
Research excellence with 125 new Fellows and Chairs
Research excellence with 125 new Fellows and Chairs

Health - Career - 22.11.2023
Podcast: Climate conference, COVID and pregnancy, and inspiring careers

Career - Social Sciences - 16.11.2023
Boom and bust? Millennials aren't all worse off than Baby Boomers, but the rich-poor gap is widening
Boom and bust? Millennials aren’t all worse off than Baby Boomers, but the rich-poor gap is widening
A study of over 12,000 people in the US, comparing Baby Boomers and Millennials, raises concerns about Millennials' diverging financial gains.

Mechanical Engineering - Career - 16.11.2023
Helping improve diversity in Formula 1
Helping improve diversity in Formula 1

Health - Career - 15.11.2023
Expert Comment: How our novel model resolves the key pandemic policy debates
Were lockdowns an effective response to Covid-19 or would it have been better to limit intervention and let individuals spontaneously reduce their own risk of infection? Three years on from the publ

Campus - Career - 15.11.2023
UCL academics embedded in government offices as UKRI Policy Fellowships

Career - 13.11.2023
Research Fellowships at the MIB

Career - Social Sciences - 13.11.2023
Weak incomes and gender pay gap holding back Welsh workers: Labour Market Update

Career - Event - 13.11.2023
University of Manchester and Greater Manchester host finals of UK’s biggest skill competition

Politics - Career - 09.11.2023
Dr Laura McLeod new EDI Officer for the British International Studies Association

Environment - Career - 09.11.2023
Biggest ever UK Climate Fresk workshops take place at University of Bath
Biggest ever UK Climate Fresk workshops take place at University of Bath
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