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Pedagogy - Career - 22.03.2023
University of Leeds launches fully-online MSc

Campus - Career - 22.03.2023
Government science adviser encourages more researchers to influence policy

Career - Campus - 20.03.2023
Manchester remains the favourite university of UK’s top employers

Career - 17.03.2023
Graphene CDT student receives STEM for BRITAIN award nomination

Career - 17.03.2023
What are the real effects of the cost-of-living crisis on students?
What are the real effects of the cost-of-living crisis on students?

Health - Career - 15.03.2023
’Painful’ Legacy of Asbestos in Scotland to be tackled with £2.1M funding for University of Glasgow

Microtechnics - Career - 15.03.2023
Robots can help improve mental wellbeing at work - as long as they look right
Robots can help improve mental wellbeing at work - as long as they look right
Robots can be useful as mental wellbeing coaches in the workplace - but perception of their effectiveness depends in large part on what the robot looks like.

Career - Economics - 10.03.2023
Leading banking expert delivers Leeds masterclass
Leading banking expert delivers Leeds masterclass

Law - Career - 08.03.2023
Emma Ritch Law Clinic to improve access to justice for sexual offence cases

Health - Career - 08.03.2023
Women’s trailblazer wins government funding

Art and Design - Career - 06.03.2023
Paolozzi sculpture arrives at University
Paolozzi sculpture arrives at University

Career - Innovation - 06.03.2023
Imperial publishes new book to inspire engineers of the future

Career - 03.03.2023
'I can finally see beyond the cost-of-living crisis': Exploring UCL's cost-of-living funding schemes
’I can finally see beyond the cost-of-living crisis’: Exploring UCL’s cost-of-living funding schemes

Environment - Career - 02.03.2023
Two Imperial engineers win European grants for pioneering research
Two Imperial engineers win European grants for pioneering research
Two Imperial engineers have won European Research Council Proof of Concept grants for their pioneering research.

Art and Design - Career - 02.03.2023
Imperial alum wins Arts Foundation 2023 Futures Award
Imperial alum wins Arts Foundation 2023 Futures Award

Innovation - Career - 02.03.2023
Engineering design consultancy Tensys
Engineering design consultancy Tensys

Social Sciences - Career - 01.03.2023
Phil Tomlinson elected Fellow of Academy of Social Sciences
Phil Tomlinson elected Fellow of Academy of Social Sciences

Career - 24.02.2023
Make your money go further with National Student Money Week 2023
Make your money go further with National Student Money Week 2023

Mechanical Engineering - Career - 23.02.2023
Ismet Gursul named a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Ismet Gursul named a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Career - 23.02.2023
Spotlight on... Pip Jackson
Spotlight on... Pip Jackson

Career - 22.02.2023
Javier García Oliva Appointed Head of Law from April 2023

Career - 20.02.2023
UCU strike action called off for the next two weeks
UCU strike action called off for the next two weeks
We welcome the news that all strike action planned for the next two weeks by our union partners has been paused following constructive negotiations on both pay and pensions.

Career - Health - 20.02.2023
1 in 7 NHS staff are trying to leave - new report
The new Institute for Policy Research report authored by Dr Andrew Weyman (Department of Psychology) focuses on the pressing issue of NHS worker retention. A new University of Bath Institute for Policy Research (IPR) report into NHS workforce retention indicates that more frontline workers are actively trying to leave the NHS now than at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in winter 2020/21.

Career - 16.02.2023
From the Provost: answers to your questions on strikes
From the Provost: answers to your questions on strikes

Career - 09.02.2023
University of Glasgow research informs new Women’s Prize for Non-Fiction

Computer Science - Career - 09.02.2023
Wales' future female tech stars celebrated
Wales’ future female tech stars celebrated

Career - 09.02.2023
Performance-related pay plays a sizeable role in gender pay gap, analysis shows
Performance-related pay is an important but overlooked factor behind the the gender pay gap, analysis from Cardiff University has found. Academics at Cardiff Business School analysed UK-wide employee data to assess the impact of performance-related pay. Their results found that, compared to jobs which were not subject to performance-related pay, there is a lower concentration of female employees in performance-related pay jobs, particularly at the higher end of the wage spectrum, where bonuses are more common.

Health - Career - 06.02.2023
University of Sheffield apprentices celebrate National Apprenticeship Week

Economics - Career - 06.02.2023
University of Leeds providing skills for life

Career - Social Sciences - 05.02.2023
Supporting New Scots funding announcement

Law - Career - 31.01.2023
Aristea Koukiadaki awarded ¤2m by the ERC for research on remedies in comparative labour law

Career - Health - 30.01.2023
Effect of economic turbulence on the experience of work to be investigated in study
The experiences of workers will be investigated as part of a major survey led by Cardiff University and funded mainly by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

Innovation - Career - 30.01.2023
Cardiff appoints new Head of Commercialisation
Cardiff appoints new Head of Commercialisation

Law - Career - 27.01.2023
'Sussex has a special place in my heart'
’Sussex has a special place in my heart’

Career - 26.01.2023
Strike action w/c 31 January: Information for staff
Strike action w/c 31 January: Information for staff
Next week will see workers from a number of different industries going on strike, which may affect your work.

Career - 26.01.2023
Strike action w/c 30 January: Information for staff
Strike action w/c 30 January: Information for staff
This week will see workers from a number of different industries going on strike, which may affect your work.

Career - Media - 20.01.2023
The Mirror editor returns to Leeds to inspire female journalists

Career - Environment - 19.01.2023
SAPHIRE fund grants to Scottish researchers to enable collaboration with international partners

Physics - Career - 16.01.2023
Quantum technologies summer school launched for UK early career researchers in the UK and Canada

Physics - Career - 16.01.2023
Quantum technologies summer school launched for early career researchers in the UK and Canada

Career - Pedagogy - 13.01.2023
New Co-Directors at the Centre for Robert Burns Studies
New Co-Directors at the Centre for Robert Burns Studies

Campus - Career - 10.01.2023
University of Glasgow academics join first UK-wide Young Academy

Career - 09.01.2023
Managers believe flexible working can boost productivity
Managers believe flexible working can boost productivity
Managers are more positive about flexible working than since the outset of the pandemic, and even think it can boost productivity As businesses adapt to new workplace norms and working practices, man

Career - 06.01.2023
Reminder: Application window closes soon for UCL's Voluntary Resignation Scheme
Reminder: Application window closes soon for UCL’s Voluntary Resignation Scheme

Career - Campus - 06.01.2023
Engineering students from diverse backgrounds to get new enterprise training
Engineering students from diverse backgrounds to get new enterprise training

Event - Career - 05.01.2023
UCL celebrates its staff at the Widening Participation Community of Practice Awards 2022
UCL celebrates its staff at the Widening Participation Community of Practice Awards 2022

Career - 04.01.2023
Spotlight on Prof Robert Hazell
Spotlight on Prof Robert Hazell

Career - 04.01.2023
Spotlight on Professor Robert Hazell
Spotlight on Professor Robert Hazell

Campus - Career - 03.01.2023
Vice-Chancellor awarded a CBE

Career - 19.12.2022
Opinion: Netflix's Harry & Meghan: the Sussexes are not unique in being royal victims
Opinion: Netflix’s Harry & Meghan: the Sussexes are not unique in being royal victims