From students in a learning community to an adversarial relationship between customers and providers: litigation is in the air
Karen Stephenson, University Secretary at Birmingham City University, discusses the litigation by aggrieved students currently working its way through the courts.
Analysing Student Welfare in HE
With the increase in media coverage surrounding student suicide, Dr Simon Merrywest, Director of Student Experience at the University of Manchester, discusses key issues.
Book review: Global University Rankings and the Politics of Knowledge
Paul Greatrix, Registrar at The University of Nottingham, reviews Global University Rankings and the Politics of Knowledge which explores a range of research on the impact of the 'education industry' on HE.
Book review: Leadership Transitions in Universities
Looking to explore further the realities of leadership at universities? Dr Paul Greatrix, Registrar at the University of Nottingham, reviews Leadership Transitions in Universities: Arriving, Surviving and Thriving at the Top
Gen Z After Lockdown: Trends, Values and Higher Education Choices
As the first generation to grow up with information at their fingertips, it’s no wonder many HEIs are adapting their strategies for Gen Z. Becky Taylor, Associate Director at YouthSight, discusses in this video presentation how the younger generation now make their Higher Education choices after lockdown.
The Kids Are Alright – But How Woke Is Your Registrar?
David Duncan, Chief Operating Officer and University Secretary at the University of Glasgow, discusses cultural dissonance on campus.
Investing in the Future of Higher Education
Richard Calvert, Chief Operating Officer at Sheffield Hallam University, shares what got him interested in the Ambitious Futures scheme.
Reflections on Retiring
Robin Geller, former Registrar and Chief Operating Officer at the University of Bristol, reflects on her career in higher education and her recent decision to retire.
The Civic University: A Scottish Perspective
Alun Thomas, Head of Education Group at Anderson Strathern, outlines the issues around civic engagement for universities in Scotland.
Are Universities Doomed to Repeat the Same Mistakes?
David Duncan, Chief Operating Officer and University Secretary at the University of Glasgow, reflects on the recurring nightmares that the higher education sector faces.