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Materials and Processes

Group sessions included selections, testing and exploration of both materials and form which we were (or technician was wanting to achieve). Group tutorials explored and questioned the process, technique and methodology and began with health and safety regulation including safely equipment to be worn throughout the session and drop in sessions. 403 more words

Art

Fine Art Practice 1

Exploration through studio work showing a variety of drawing procedures and techniques. Our starting point, drawing then drawing something else again, changing and developing each time. 507 more words

Art

Reality Check

A bit about me, I’ve had my previous educational life as a fashion student, studied in London then came back to my home town. I eventually started working for a well known catalogue company, beginning from the bottom and working my way up. 206 more words

Art

Brexit – What should universities do in the run up to the referendum?

Professor Michael Arthur, President and Provost of UCL, speaks up in support for UK membership of the EU, highlighting the potentially harmful effects an exit could have on the UK’s Higher Education sector. 1,297 more words

EU Referendum

A study of response to suicides of Dalit students

A study of the responses to suicides by Dalit and other marginalised students in higher educational institutions in India throws up a disturbing picture of a deeply casteist society. 2,007 more words

Routes

Skills Gap in US - An employer-driven talent supplier recognition and certification system is needed US Chamber of Commerce says

There is no time to waste. The skills gap continues to worsen while government policies to improve employer responsiveness through accreditation reform continue to fall short. 303 more words

In The News

Self Health Help (Looking after No.1)

For the last nineteen months, my daughter who has both Asperger’s Syndrome and Epilepsy has been studying at a top English University.

Her journey into Higher Education, as someone with invisible disabilities, was hard. 530 more words