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Top tips for improving cyber security
Having to respond to cyber security incidents can seem like a never-ending task, says Lee Harrigan-Green, senior CSIRT member, Jisc
Kent to receive £75m capital injection
Teaching and research facilities at the University of Kent are to benefit from a £75m cash injection from the European Investment Bank (EIB)
Royal seal of approval for BCU
HRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Birmingham City University’s School of Jewellery this week
£10K loans for postgrads
Higher education's reaction to the Chancellor’s plans to introduce loans of up to £10,000 for all postgraduate study
Meet the Millennials...
...the generation of students with big expectations explains Dr Matt Carter, founder of Message House
LSE awarded £1m scholarships
The Leverhulme Trust awards The London School of Economics and Political Science 15 doctoral scholarships
Top honours from Nottingham
London Grammar and polar explorer Adrian Hayes are among graduates honoured recently by The University of Nottingham
Food science boost for QMU Edinburgh
The first Scottish Centre for Food Development & Innovation has launched at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh
Duke of York opens UTC Swindon
His Royal Highness The Duke of York, KG has officially opened a University Technical College in Swindon
HE’s top five
University Business Editor Rebecca Paddick rounds up the biggest developments over the last 12 months in UK higher education
£5m ‘superlab’ for Coventry
Coventry University’s flagship new Science and Health Building, due for completion in 2017, has been awarded a £4.9 million grant by HEFCE
Judging a book by its cover

The world has come a long way since George Eliot had a character in The Mill on the Floss slating the judgement of a book by its cover
Facilities Management is back
The only event outside London aimed at the facilities industry, Facilities Management returns to Birmingham NEC in March next year
Seamless unification
Andy Makeham, MD of Compass Computer Consultants, tells us about ProUnify, the missing piece in the education technology software puzzle
Supplier Focus

Taking on the high street and winning

Katie Butler shares a fresh approach on transforming retail marketing and building customer loyalty

Prospects Postgrad Awards 2014

More than 150 HE leaders gathered in November at the Midland Hotel in Manchester, for the Prospects Postgraduate Awards 2014

Seamless unification

Andy Makeham, MD of Compass Computer Consultants, tells us about ProUnify, the missing piece in the education technology software puzzle

Game-changing facilities for Staffs

Staffordshire University has announced more than £12m investment in new computing and games facilities at its Stoke-on-Trent campus

Grand opening for new York facility

Government’s chief scientific advisor Sir Mark Walport opens new science teaching and learning building at York

£1m for Edinburgh Global Academies

Some of the biggest challenges facing mankind will be investigated in a study by the University’s four Global Academies

Child hospice boost from StudentCom

StudentCom is delighted to announce its recent partnership with the charity Children’s Hospice South West

Scottish student scheme goes ahead

Unite Students has secured planning approval for its fifth development providing student accommodation in Aberdeen

Disaster Recovery 101

A Disaster Recovery Plan is essential to manage your business critical systems should there be a seriously disruptive event, says Richard Booth

Living it up

Students are expecting more from their accommodation nowadays, but in what areas should universities be investing? asks Charlie Lyon

Five star employability for Huddersfield

The University already enjoys QS five star ratings in teaching, internationalisation, facilities and access, and now employability

CISG14

David Telford, Assistant Director of Information Services, Edinburgh Napier University, recounts CISG14 Annual Conference and Exhibition