Cover illustration for a feature on the Research Excellence Framework 'race'
Inside spread for the REF feature
For an article discussing the government's wavering over the issue of tuition fees
Students need help to reach the required levels to attend university
This was for a piece on graduate careers and their effect on the economy
An article discussing how to go about writing a Thesis and the problems and blind alleys to avoid
This article written by a professor at a Catholic university in America, argued that having a faith does not preclude being able to analyse logically and scientifically research
In this article, the author discussed his use of classical philosophy and the lyrics of Mick Jagger to aid him in his work
The author of the article argues that we no longer have a common knowledge base, cultural references that should be known by all are sadly lacking
This article talked about the for-profit universities in America and how they impoverish education by paying huge profits to shareholders at the expense of students' education
Universities are treating students as consumers now, which is leading to a dumbing-down of the difficulty of courses
In the wake of the Britain's decision to leave the EU, will both European and British academics living and working in Britain decide to leave for other countries?
Which countries are leading in the international teaching rankings?
A comment piece on free speech and discussion within universities and the importance of allowing and accommodating other points of view
Authors of academic papers are not always getting full credit for their work on the credits page
Male colleagues may be unintentionally using sexist and offensive language
For a piece giving tips on the ideal interview technique
For an article about The University and Colleges Union being ignored by an organisation and threatening to strike
This was an article discussing the possible dismantling of the QAA, a quality assessment board for higher education in the UK
This piece was putting forward the suggestion that postgraduates of certain key subject courses like teaching and medicine, should have their student loans reduced by a certain percentage the longer they work in their profession after graduating
This article discussed the need to learn and take exams in English for foreign HE students
This piece discussed the vague and confusing classification of Dyslexia within higher education institutions that is leading to more and more people being diagnosed as Dyslexic and therefore given help when they perhaps might not be
This opinion piece discussed how "Demand driven Reform" in higher education institutions is actually making it harder for some younger people to be able to go to university
This piece discussed the lack of success of a merger between departments in higher education institutions
For an opinon piece on the sinister nature of 'big science', the science that has the government money poured into it but doesn't necessarily produce the results.
Back to Top