Times Higher Education
Times Higher Education
University of Liverpool's new professorial fellow brings practical experience to academia
University partnerships with broadcasters in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Oxfordshire allows those on journalism courses to hone skills
Welsh universities lead the UK in terms of output quality per pound invested, says report from Learned Society of Wales
Religious sense 'cover-up' in emphasis on embryonic work
Canadian company Lashzone sent mass emails to UK universities in bid to establish 'secret' franchises on campuses
• Niall Ferguson, Lawrence A. Tisch professor of history at Harvard University, this week politely and reasonably countered the arguments of those who disagree with him. Not really - in a less surprising development, the TV historian started...
Based in North Easton, Massachusetts from 1803, the Ames Shovel Company flourished during the gold rush era and, by 1879, was producing three-fifths of the world's shovels.
The Higher Education Policy Institute has mounted a successful drive to recruit more university partners, with the institutions helping to secure the independent thinktank’s long-term future.
UK universities have announced a series of research partnerships and scholarships to coincide with the prime minister’s visit to India to bolster trade and education links.
David Cameron has welcomed news that five more universities have signed up to offer courses on Futurelearn, the UK’s massive open online course provider.
The short-term benefits to the government of increasing student fees in England will be outweighed 6.5 times over by the long-term costs of the new system, according to a new report.
The promotion of student employability by universities is “a problem” and the growing power of the student voice amounts to “surveillance” of lecturers, an academic has warned.
A bill has been introduced into the United States Congress that would require most papers describing publicly-funded research to be made open access within six months of publication.
The Russell Group of elite universities has declared its opposition to separating AS-levels from A-levels – three weeks after the proposals were announced.
Managerial staff one of few growth areas in HE employment
Hepi director predicts more cuts over higher student loan costs
'Summer reading lists' no basis for policy, says don