2016

Blog Entry HEi-think: Male role models can help bridge the student gender gap in HE
Hannah Ordoyno discusses how current male students can have an impact as role models
Blog Entry Innovation at the heart
Professor Paul Boyle, President and Vice-Chancellor, reflects on his first year in post and ambitious plans for the future
Blog Entry "Associating Muslim women’s lack of language with radicalism is preposterous"
Dr Saeeda Shah discusses David Cameron's latest announcements on language-learning
Blog Entry Against the odds: ethnic minority students are excelling at school
Dr Saeeda Shah discusses the rising grades of students from minority groups in Britain
Blog Entry HEi-think: It is time to redefine widening access goals
Professor Emma Smith discusses how universities need better data to work with and more up-to-date definitions of under-represented groups in HE
Blog Entry EU students 'vital' to regional economy and jobs
Professor Paul Boyle comments on how membership of the EU is good for universities and society at large
Blog Entry Students must register to vote to make their voice heard
Professor Paul Boyle discusses the EU referendum on 23 June as a once-in-a-generation opportunity for young people to influence their futures
Blog Entry 'We are striving to create a more balanced research ecosystem to stimulate imaginative thinking'
Professor Paul Boyle discusses how the UK's decision to leave the EU will affect UK research
Blog Entry The education of Muslim students in turbulent times
Dr Saeeda Shah interviewed by Schools Week
Blog Entry More Medical School places will not solve doctor shortage
Professor Philip Baker looks at the flaws in the Health Department's future-proofing
Blog Entry Measuring learning gain in HE is a complex challenge
Professor Jon Scott featured in Times Higher Education discussing how students learn in higher education institutions
Blog Entry HEi-think: Some vital questions over £4.7 billion R & D windfall
Professor Martin Barstow, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Strategic Science Projects and Director of the Leicester Institute of Space and Earth Observation, discusses Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first and last Autumn Statement
Blog Entry Universities must do more and work together to tackle inequality
Dr Kate Williams discusses the latest report from the Equality Challenge Unit

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