Scholarships bolster MOOC offering
The University of Southampton will offer the first scholarships associated with a FutureLearn online course
Goodfellow to be next UUK President
Professor Dame Julia Goodfellow, Vice-Chancellor of The University of Kent, will be the next president of Universities UK
UK at risk of losing top talent
Research by the Erasmus overseas study programme showed that students going overseas to study are more likely to want to work abroad
Food science boost for QMU Edinburgh
The first Scottish Centre for Food Development & Innovation has launched at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh
Warwick celebrates with The Pool
Warwick Arts Centre celebrates its 40th anniversary with a free interactive light sculpture, The Pool
Online degree gets PM’s support
A new online degree supported by the Prime Minister is aiming to tackle a skills gap in UK employers’ information risk management
Lighting the way
When the University of Nottingham wanted to replace the lighting on its University Park campus, it turned to LED technology
Employment law review
Bettina Rigg from Veale Wasbrough Vizards looks at recent employment law developments and scans the horizon for 2015
Derby breaks open day record
More than 4,000 people visited the University of Derby’s Open Day this month, when prospective students explored its Kedleston Road site
Leeds Uni secures gallery funding
The University of Leeds has secured HLF funding for a refurbishment scheme to create a new Treasures Gallery, designed by GSSArchitecture
York welcomes new Chancellor for 2015
The University of York has announced Professor Sir Malcolm Grant is to be its new Chancellor from 1 August 2015
Head to the Creative Quarter
Young people from 13-19 will be offered the chance to explore life and careers in the creative industries at Creative Quarter
The House is open
Plymouth University has formally launched its new performing arts centre, performance venue and research cluster
A breath of fresh air
Natural ventilation has helped make the University of Bradford’s Bright Building one of the most eco-friendly structures in the country
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Lecture capture at ISE

Rebecca Paddick spoke to lecture capture experts Panopto about how its software is offering a core service to higher education

Flipping learning on its head

The latest buzzword to hit UK higher education is coming home to roost. Nicola Yeeles finds out more about flipped learning


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

Solar-powered bollards unveiled

Street furniture manufacturer Townscape Products has launched its first range of environmentally friendly solar bollards

A digital future for UK HE

There are a myriad of ways technology can help create a more efficient HE sector says Martyn Harrow, Chief Executive of Jisc

REF2014: UK research global leader

The results of the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF), demonstrate the world-leading quality of research conducted in UK universities

Imperial tops REF 2014 findings

Imperial College London has the UK’s highest concentration of 'world-leading' and 'internationally excellent' research

A fresh start

Peter Walters, Keele University’s Executive Chef tells us how to kick-start the New Year by refreshing our cookery style

Duke of York opens UTC Swindon

His Royal Highness The Duke of York, KG has officially opened a University Technical College in Swindon

Top honours from Nottingham

London Grammar and polar explorer Adrian Hayes are among graduates honoured recently by The University of Nottingham

Multi-purpose learning

The University of Manchester creates multi-purpose learning spaces throughout 24 study rooms with Casio UST projectors

The evolution of a Recycling Bin

The Meridian recycling bin from Leafield Environmental was designed in partnership with the University of Greenwich in 2012