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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

Law - Career - 07.11.2023
Attorney General gives career talk to UCL law students

Health - Career - 06.11.2023
’Get back to school’ headlines eroded teacher wellbeing during the pandemic
Intense public pressure on teachers to "get back to school" during the COVID-19 lockdowns deepened an already widespread sense that they were undervalued, and left some actively rethinking their careers, research shows. The finding comes from newly published research, following on from an earlier study with a small group of primary and secondary teachers during lockdown.

Career - 31.10.2023
Jackie Carter named in the Disability Power 100

Health - Career - 30.10.2023
Care home network aims to reduce infections
Care home network aims to reduce infections
A new pilot scheme to monitor infections in care homes across England is being co-led by UCL researchers.

Career - 25.10.2023
Dalton Nuclear Institute win top Academy award for its work in nuclear decommissioning

Career - Economics - 23.10.2023
Prestigious fellowship for acclaimed Oxford Economist, Professor Steve Bond

Career - Environment - 20.10.2023
Researcher to benefit from £80m Royal Society funding to develop sustainable plastics

Economics - Career - 19.10.2023
New MoU signed between the University of Glasgow and Glasgow Clyde College

Career - 19.10.2023
Introducing the minimum wage in the UK made high incomes more acceptable to the lowest paid workers
Workers who benefitted from the Labour government's minimum wage policy change became more tolerant of high incomes and more inclined to vote Conservative. Academics at Cardiff University used data from the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) to compare workers' opinions and voting intentions before and after the introduction of the National Minimum Wage, which came into force in 1999.

Physics - Career - 17.10.2023
Institute of Physics honour for former SUPA CEO

Innovation - Career - 17.10.2023
TechWM and the University of Birmingham sign memorandum of understanding to advance digital skills

Pedagogy - Career - 11.10.2023
Spotlight on... Aymen Belkacemi
Spotlight on... Aymen Belkacemi

Health - Career - 09.10.2023
Alan Bernstein appointed as new University of Oxford Director of Global Health

Career - 06.10.2023
Nick McGee awarded Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship

Health - Career - 04.10.2023
Discrimination is the biggest career obstacle for women of colour in the NHS
Anesthetist Working In Operating Theatre Wearing Protecive Gear checking monitors while sedating patient before surgical procedure in hospital In March 2023, NHS midwife Olukemi Akinmeji won an employ

Career - 03.10.2023
Railway workers' strike action in September/October 2023
Railway workers’ strike action in September/October 2023

Career - Social Sciences - 02.10.2023
Poverty, unemployment, terrorism and global kleptocracy celebrated for real-world impacts
Four extraordinary projects involving Oxford academics, which bring research impact to real-world issues, have today been shortlisted for a prestigious 'Celebrating Impact Prize' by the government's Economic and Social Research Council.

Career - 02.10.2023
The Open Research Fellowship Programme at The University of Manchester
The Open Research Fellowship Programme at The University of Manchester

Career - 28.09.2023
Two new professors at the Global Development Institute

Career - Economics - 28.09.2023
Dr Heidi Ashton on why sexual misconduct, bullying and harassment is so pervasive in the cultural and creative industries
From the #MeToo movement to ongoing cases of bullying and harassment at all levels of the industry, harmful behaviours perpetrated by people in positions of power are proving stubbornly difficult to deal with across the creative sector.

Innovation - Career - 28.09.2023
Amputating HS2’s northern leg must not hobble Britain’s railways

Campus - Career - 27.09.2023
Dame Teresa Rees

Career - 27.09.2023
Railway and Tube workers' strike action in September/October 2023
Railway and Tube workers’ strike action in September/October 2023

Innovation - Career - 26.09.2023
Growing startups celebrate success

Campus - Career - 21.09.2023
Alison Koslowski appointed Pro-Provost (Equity & Inclusion)
Alison Koslowski appointed Pro-Provost (Equity & Inclusion)

Career - Electroengineering - 20.09.2023
Five Imperial academics elected Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering
Five Imperial academics elected Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Career - 18.09.2023
Prosper launches new postdoc career development model

Health - Career - 13.09.2023
A third of female surgeons have been sexually assaulted, finds new research
New research with the Adam Smith Business School finds that a third of women working in surgery have been sexually assaulted by a colleague. Sexual misconduct is rife among colleagues in the UK surgical workforce, with women disproportionately impacted and staff believing organisations are not doing enough to protect them.

Career - Campus - 11.09.2023
Bath is 'University of the Year 2024 for Graduate Jobs' in first Daily Mail University Guide
Bath is ’University of the Year 2024 for Graduate Jobs’ in first Daily Mail University Guide

Career - 06.09.2023
New approach to flexible working needed to prevent widening inequality
Flexible working needs to be available for all to avoid widening inequalities, a report from academics at Cardiff University concludes.

Career - Art and Design - 05.09.2023
University of Manchester award Keisha Thompson an Honorary Research Fellowship

Law - Career - 04.09.2023
Two University of Manchester Students Awarded Freshfields Stephen Lawrence Scholarship

Career - 30.08.2023
Railway workers' strike action, 1 and 2 September: Information for staff
Railway workers’ strike action, 1 and 2 September: Information for staff

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

Career - 17.08.2023
A-level results 2023 - what to do if your grades aren't what you hoped
A-level results 2023 - what to do if your grades aren’t what you hoped

Career - 02.08.2023
Spotlight on...Nadia Jackson
Spotlight on...Nadia Jackson

Pedagogy - Career - 26.07.2023
Creative thinking programme achieves milestone of enrolling 400,000 learners
Creative thinking programme achieves milestone of enrolling 400,000 learners

Career - Campus - 26.07.2023
President's Awards recognise people making a lasting difference to the University and region
President’s Awards recognise people making a lasting difference to the University and region

Career - 21.07.2023
UCL invests 110.2m in remuneration for staff - a message from the Provost
UCL invests £110.2m in remuneration for staff - a message from the Provost

Career - Social Sciences - 21.07.2023
UCL academics join British Academy's fellowship and governing body
UCL academics join British Academy’s fellowship and governing body

Career - History / Archeology - 21.07.2023
Give more people with learning disabilities the chance to work, Cambridge historian argues
Give more people with learning disabilities the chance to work, Cambridge historian argues
Employment levels for people with learning disabilities in the UK are 5 to 10 times lower than they were a hundred years ago.

Campus - Career - 20.07.2023
Honorary graduate 2023: From Southampton to Parliament
Honorary graduate 2023: From Southampton to Parliament

Career - 19.07.2023
Reminder for Annual Leave Purchase scheme deadline for 2023-24, plus new employee discounts
Reminder for Annual Leave Purchase scheme deadline for 2023-24, plus new employee discounts

Chemistry - Career - 19.07.2023
'Welsh is a language for science'
’Welsh is a language for science’

Career - Computer Science - 18.07.2023
The University of Manchester extends partnership with coding bootcamp provider HyperionDev after successful initial collaboration

Environment - Career - 17.07.2023
Jim Skea is the UK's nomination for top IPCC position
Jim Skea is the UK’s nomination for top IPCC position

Environment - Career - 17.07.2023
UK nominates Professor Jim Skea for top climate science position
UK nominates Professor Jim Skea for top climate science position