Five simple ways to involve students in university governance and decision making with impact
Posted by Ben Vulliamy on Encourage and trust students to take part in decision making. Ben Vulliamy, Chief Executive at University of York Students' Union, lists the impact students can make on university governance.
Meet the shortlist of the Dr Jonathan Nicholls Memorial Essay Prize Competition
Posted by AHUA Office on With the winner of the Essay Prize Competition to be announced in June, meet our short-listed essayists in their own words.
Are we ready for the million?
Posted by Jilly Court on Jilly Court, Chief Operating Officer, Goldsmiths, University of London, explores the growth forecast for HEIs and how this may impact budgets.
Preparing the Board for the unthinkable
Posted by Paul Bogle on Paul Bogle, Secretary & Clerk at Anglia Ruskin University, provides some insights and reflections on preparing a Board for tackling allegations of senior staff misconduct following a recent away day exercise.
Office of the Independent Adjudicator: Who’s Complaining and Why?
Posted by Karen Stephenson on With student complaints rising, Karen Stephenson, University Secretary, Birmingham City University, breaks down the latest findings from OIA.
Book Review: Universities Under Fire: Hostile Discourses and Integrity Deficits in Higher Education
Posted by Ester Ruskuc on From identifying and analysing issues to offering ways to improve situations in HEIs, Ester Ruskuc, Vice-Principal (Strategy, Policy and Planning) at University of St Andrews, reviews ‘Universities Under Fire...' by Professor Steven Jones.
Unlocking the talent box – how we can secure a more sustainable future for our professional services
Posted by Richard Calvert on Richard Calvert, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Sheffield Hallam University, argues that we are failing to keep pace with a fast-changing talent landscape, and that the solutions lie as much with professional service leaders as they do with our HR specialists.
So you’ve developed a strategy….
Posted by Halpin on Vikki Goddard, Consulting Fellow at Halpin Partnership discusses the importance of strategy in an organisation and how to make it work.
Six reflections on what a Labour government may mean for Higher Education
Posted by Alistair Jarvis on With the latest opinion polls showing a Labour lead, Alistair Jarvis CBE, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Partnerships and Governance) at University of London discusses what a potential Labour government may look like for HE.
Building the foundations for tackling sexual misconduct is critical to success
Posted by Harriet Smailes on Supporting more than 70 higher education institutions, national sexual violence and safeguarding organisation, LimeCulture, discusses how to better prevent and respond to sexual misconduct.