New Report from AHUA on the Role of the Registrar
Paul Greatrix, Registrar at the University of Nottingham, introduces a new report by AHUA on the roles of its members.
We Live In Interesting Times – Which Of Us Will Be Writing The Novel?
Lee Sanders, Registrar and Secretary at the University of Birmingham, took up the role of AHUA Chair on the 1st January 2017. Here he takes a look at some of the current issues facing the sector, and considers how we as individuals, and as the AHUA might influence the story over the coming months and years.
Universities and The Arts Dividend
Chief Executive of Arts Council England, Darren Henley, will be delivering the keynote speech at this years' AHUA Autumn Conference in Birmingham. Here he introduces some of the ideas he will be discussing around the role of arts and culture within our universities.
Looking Towards the AHUA Autumn Conference: Respite, Reflection and Readiness
The AHUA Autumn Conference takes place on 16th September 2016 at Birmingham City University. Our host, Christine Abbott, looks ahead and considers the topics and themes that will likely shape the event.
Strength in Diversity
Liz Winders, Secretary and Registrar at Sheffield Hallam University and Chair of the AHUA reflects on this year's Spring Conference in Cambridge, and the key themes that emerged during the event.
Pilgrimage and Purpose: A Personal Reflection on AHUA
Dr Jonathan Nicholls, Registrary at the University of Cambridge, reflects on his three years as Chair of AHUA, on the key roles members play within their institutions, and looks forward to the forthcoming AHUA Spring Conference hosted by his university.
Welcome to the AHUA blog
Welcome to the AHUA blog, where members of the Association of Heads of University Administration will be providing analysis and insight into some of the key issues affecting Higher Education in the UK and Ireland. The AHUA is the representative body for senior University managers (typically Registrars, Chief Operating Officers, Heads of Administration) and has 174 […]