Leicester's DMU agrees to stringent action plan and releases public statement following departure of vice-chancellor and governors
Most UK HEIs have slipped slightly on the QS World University Rankings but four remain among the world's top 10
University peer mentoring schemes are no longer having the desired impact
Meteoric rise of plant-based foods continues, no and low-alcohol options grow 381%, concerns over African swine fever and inflation reaches four-year high finds latest TUCO Intelligence report
Following a successful USA study tour, members of the University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) are set to implement a series of global learnings into UK universities
Joined-up technological thinking is already a mainstay of university management, and it’s becoming increasingly essential. Simon Fry looks at the tools helping HE stay ahead
Estate building is big business in higher education. With so many projects on the go, the simplicity of a limited group of suppliers is increasingly appealing. Julie Ferry investigates the rise of the framework
Vice-chancellors are much more likely to have attended comprehensive schools than most elite professions
In an interview with the Today programme, Prof Jane Hutton said: ‘what I have seen is not of a quality I am happy with’
The University and College Union has threatened Trinity College after a key vote to overturn the college’s decision to exit from USS failed
Ten years into his tenure as the Royal College of Art’s vice-chancellor, Paul Thompson tells Paddy Smith what the future of creative HE might look like
Nic Mander, director of catering at the University of Birmingham, shares how he overhauled the university’s supply chain function and set up a centralised system that now fully manages every aspect of the university’s catering needs
“We have decided to bet on 3D printing because of its versatility and speed"
The project, led by the University of Derby, will review how university courses could be designed to support student mental health
A quarter of providers now have a gold award, but four providers were moved down by the OfS
The report concluded ‘a man working in the same field as a woman, with similar or even identical credentials and family circumstances, is more likely to have a higher academic rank’
What are the key issues, challenges and opportunities facing facilities management teams at today’s HE campuses?
University of East London is using data mining and analytics to identify students struggling with mental health
Beyond Imagination project has secured £7.6m from the government’s modern industrial strategy to build a new research lab
With the right connectivity in place, based in large part on IoT infrastructure, educational institutions can not only maintain effective learning environments, they can also put their buildings to work.
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