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Senior Grades are Important for College Admissions

Some students believe that once they have been accepted to college, they can relax and not worry about their grades anymore. This couldn’t be further from the truth.  64 more words

Assessing the faculty mood

Surveys and polls of any kind and in any setting need to be read carefully and used appropriately; but they can be useful tools in informing strategy. 254 more words

Higher Education

Elections here I come...

Hi folks! I hope you are all well?!

So within a week, I had moved out from my parents and my incredibly kind friends’ houses (yes, I was one of those lodgers) and have decided to run as a candidate in the student elections, for the role of Education Officer. 583 more words

No, Oxford University Isn't Moving to France Because of Brexit

Higher education institutions across the U.K. are grappling with how to deal with Britain’s impending split from the European Union. Brexit threatens to cut off European Union research funding and constrict the flow of EU students, who—at many schools—make up a vital chunk of enrollment. 493 more words


Global Learning Galore Week!

I finally felt human after weeks of slogging over books like a nerdy machine because this past week brought with it a lot of ‘Global Learning’. 617 more words


Advice from New Bloggers

The students in my social media marketing classes must blog for 12 weeks. After 4 weeks this term I went around the room in one of the sections and asked for tips or tricks they have picked up on blogging, using WordPress, or sharing content. 298 more words

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Why I think that the proposal to remove publication portability from REF2021 should be scrapped

By Charlotte Dodson, Research Fellow at Imperial College London

“Do we know what’s happening about REF yet?” asked one of the participants at the departmental Principal Investigator (PI) meeting last term. 869 more words