Regulating Freedom of Speech
The Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill is set to put in place new measures for regulating freedom of speech. Gary Attle, Partner at Mills & Reeve LLP reflects on what this may mean for universities.
Moving beyond perfect
Perfection is problematic. Robin Henderson, Managing Director of MY Consultants and AHUA Development Consultant, shares his views on the risks of seeking perfection. Moving forward, failing fast, and learning from our experiments is a more empowering use of our time.
Spotlight on… BPP University
Stronger together. BPP University is building careers through education. Sally-Ann Burnett, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, shines a spotlight on her university.
Significant developments in higher education in the Middle East
The Middle East is strengthening its higher education sector. Ivor McGettigan, Partner and Head of Education at Al Tamimi and Company, provides an overview of developments in the region.
Spotlight on… Aberystwyth University
A world without knowledge is no world. Geraint Pugh, University Secretary, introduces Aberystwyth University, located on Cardigan Bay in west Wales.
The value of AHUA learning sets
AHUA learning sets are invaluable to our membership. James Rolfe, Chief Operating Officer at Anglia Ruskin University, shares his experiences of being a learning set member, and the critical insights and support he has gained.
Unlocking our thinking about space
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged our thinking about how we teach, work and learn in ways we never imagined. Richard Calvert, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Strategy and Operations) at Sheffield Hallam University, reflects on the opportunities this creates to re-think campus design and use, and on how we could use campus spaces more efficiently.
The role of a students’ union CEO
Ben Vulliamy, Chief Executive at University of York Students’ Union, describes the complex and varied role of a students’ union CEO.
Cutting the funding for creative education won’t help the economy
Arts graduates are critical to rebuilding the economy. Vivienne Hurley, Director of Research, Innovation and Knowledge Exchange from Goldsmiths, University of London, warns the Government not to cut funding for creative education.
Three losses defining the students of the pandemic
Experience, quality, and trust have been lost. Dr Gary Guadagnolo, Director of EAB Research, explores these three losses that defined the student experience during the pandemic.