At Christmastime, We Should Reflect On The Impact We Can Have Together
Ross Renton, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Suicide Safer Project Group Chair at the University of Worcester shares an update on the importance of student mental health in the HE sector.
Challenges for Governance Models
Martin Conway, Senior Audit and Assurance Consultant at Uniac shares insights into university governance structures and the challenges faced across the sector.
Meet our Members: Steve Denton
Steve Denton, Chief Operating Officer and Registrar at Nottingham Trent University shares his experience of working within higher education.
What does the General Election mean for Higher Education funding?
Ant Bagshaw, management consultant for Nous Group, discusses what funding implications the election could have for the HE sector.
Can you Teach an Old Registrar ‘Dog’ New Tricks?
Mike Shore-Nye shares his experience of design thinking approaches to service development and problem solving within Professional Services at the University of Exeter.
Meet our Members: Dave Hall
Dave Hall, Registrar and Chief Operating Officer at the University of Leicester, gives an insight into his life in HE.
Brexit Extension: Let’s Not Waste This Time
Dr Tony Strike, University Secretary at the University of Sheffield shares approaches to the possibility of a no-deal Brexit: 'preparing for the worst, while hoping for the best’.
Sustaining a Future: is International Student (and Staff) Mobility Unsustainable as the Climate Changes?
Hugh Martin, Registrar and Chief Administrative Officer at The British University in Dubai, invites us to consider how sustainable we really are when it comes to international mobility.
Universities and Sports Companies
As universities look to diversify income streams, Sarah Litchfield, University Secretary and General Counsel for the University of Surrey, considers what this means for charitable assets in the context of sport provision.
Making Reparative Justice Real – the University of Glasgow Approach
The history of the University of Glasgow stretches back almost six centuries – through the Reformation, the Jacobite Risings, the Glorious Revolution, the Enlightenment, the Industrial Revolution and two world wars. Ours is a rich history, interwoven with the story of Scotland and with much to be proud of. At the same time, there are […]