Abrahart v The University of Bristol: Mental Health and implications for the sector
With student wellbeing processes ever-evolving in HEIs, Karen Stephenson, University Secretary at Birmingham City University, looks into how a recent case has implications for the sector.
5 reflections on the power of everyday governance practices
Following the AHUA's 2022 Spring Conference in Glasgow, Advance HE’s Victoria Holbrook, Aaron Porter, and Associate, Mark Adderley, Chair of Scottish Squash, list key points from their session: ‘Looking back to look forwards – do Boards need new ways of working with stakeholders?’
Spotlight on … St Mary’s University
From humble beginnings to a great sense of community spirit and striking historic buildings, Jo Blunden, Chief Operations Officer, shines a light on St Mary's University.
Tackling Harassment and Sexual Misconduct – can Universities do more?
New guidance from the Committee of University Chairs (CUC) offers support on addressing and tackling harassment and misconduct in HEIs. Amanda Oliver, Deputy Executive Secretary, CUC, explains more.
Meet our members: Gavin Douglas
"The exciting bit is the chance to change and shape the University." Gavin Douglas, Registrar and Secretary at University of Plymouth, discusses his HE career with the biggest challenges and enjoyable aspects too.
The podcast which does what it says (largely)
Registrar at the University of Nottingham and AHUA Executive member, Paul Greatrix, calls out for members to get involved in his podcast Registrars Talking About Stuff as an opportunity to share thoughts and experiences about the sector.
Consent. It’s as simple as a global pandemic
Dr Nina Burrowes, founder of the Consent Collective, discusses how to implement the latest guidelines and initiate conversations around consent.
The importance of difference
With experience in both UK and international institutions, Hugh Martin, Registrar and Chief Administrative Officer at The British University in Dubai, shares his perspective on difference within the HE sector.
The New Protect Duty
Following the government response to the new Protect Duty, Karen Stephenson, University Secretary at Birmingham City University, details the changes and requirements we may expect.
Efficiency as a strategic enabler at Edinburgh Napier University
Lindsay Ramage, Head of Research Governance, Edinburgh Napier University, discusses the success of the introduction of Worktribe to manage the ethical review process for research projects.