The Value of Strong Governance in Testing Times: A Perspective from Northern Ireland
Niamh Lamond, Chief Operating Officer at Ulster University, discusses the challenges facing Ulster University and the role of its leaders in approaching them.
The Role of Training and Development in Supporting Effective Change
Mike Shore-Nye, Registrar and Secretary at the University of Exeter, reflects on how staff can be encouraged to flourish in a complex world.
No Deal Feels Real Now
Dr Tony Strike is University Secretary at the University of Sheffield and a member of the executive board of the European Association of Institutional Research (EAIR). Here he shares his views as the AHUA representative on the UUK International ‘no deal planning’ working group.
An Outpost of Progress: Notes from AHUA’s First International Learning Set
Hugh Martin, Registrar and Chief Administrative Officer at The British University in Dubai, reports on a visit from AHUA colleagues.
Meet our Members: Dr Amanda Wilcox, York St John University
Dr Amanda Wilcox talks about her broad and varied role as University Secretary at York St John University.
The Impact of the Immigration White Paper on Universities
Alex Russell, Principal Associate and Head of Immigration at Mills & Reeve LLP, highlights some key aspects of the recent Immigration White Paper.
Meet our Members: Chris Ince, London Metropolitan University
Chris Ince shares a day in his life as University Secretary and Registrar at London Metropolitan University.
Meet our Members: Tim Westlake, University of Sussex
Tim Westlake is the Chief Operating Officer and University Secretary at the University of Sussex. Here he describes his role and the challenges he faces on a daily basis.
From Episodic to Continuous Change
James Hutchinson, Director of the Strategic Delivery Unit at the University of Exeter, on how we can make continuous improvement a reality in our institutions.
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.