Search Results for: ���� Ivermectin Covid-19 ���� ���� What Is Ivermectin ���� Ivermectin Long Term Side Effects . What Worms Does Ivermectin Kill In Dogs

Alliance Awards 2021 winners!

Published on June 23, 2021
...r people with learning disabilities… are we prepared?): April 2020 webinar (DNACPR): YouTube channel with all webinars to date: BBC news report (incl interviews with GRASSroots group and Prof Tuffrey-Wijne), who contacted us following our webinar on vaccination: Read more »

We need a bold and long-term vision for our universities

Published on March 14, 2013
...ive of University Alliance, said: “The 2012 reforms were an important step in terms of securing the immediate future of our universities at a time of increasing economic uncertainty. At this stage, however, we need to take a bold and ambitious look at the long-term future of higher education and ask whether the current system is fit for purpose. A particular challenge we need to address urgently is the worrying impact the reforms have had on postg... Read more »

Interview: University Alliance CEO Vanessa Wilson

Published on September 16, 2020 of the ‘disciplines’ dominating Vanessa’s diary is government relations. In August, universities minister Michelle Donelan invited University Alliance onto her new HE taskforce – along with delegates from Ucas, the Office for Students (OfS), Universities UK, Guild HE, the Russell Group and Million Plus – to explore the challenges currently facing the higher education sector as it continues to deal with the effects of Covid-19. The crisis talks... Read more »

Soaring youth unemployment, no long-term jobs strategy – time for some joined-up thinking Chancellor

Published on November 28, 2011
...ent. One of the critical areas he will need to address is the short-term crisis of soaring youth unemployment whilst at the same time setting out the long-term strategy to keep the UK’s labour market globally competitive. This is crying out for some joined-up thinking. “Whilst investing in thousands of new apprenticeships and giving direct incentives to employers with one hand, the Government is taking away 10,000 university places available to yo... Read more »

We need long-term financial stability for the HE sector

Published on March 15, 2013” needs to be tackled as many are working hard to grow or generate new income streams in order to maintain educational standards and facilities for students. “Whilst universities have managed well in the short-term, student number controls and limited capital investment is not a sustainable position for our crucial higher education sector. We will continue to work with the Government and other interested parties to look at the long-term financ... Read more »

Alliance universities are taking practical action to tackle the causes and effects of climate change

Published on October 26, 2021
...on urgent, applied research that addresses the challenges of the climate crisis, according to a new campaign launched today. The campaign, launched in the run-up to COP26 next week, will illustrate how Alliance members are working with industry, businesses, charities and their communities to find practical solutions to take action and adapt to the impacts of climate change. An extension of their ‘Powering the UK’s Future’ campaign, the university... Read more »

Public believes HE will be important to UK’s recovery from Covid

Published on June 10, 2020
..., and universities are playing a key role supporting the NHS during this crisis. The survey was conducted as part of UA’s strategic planning to the recovery response, more information here The poll found that more than 7 in 10 people think that universities are going to play an important role in supporting the UK’s economic and social recovery post Covid, with improving scientific research for innovation and development (74%), training public sect... Read more »

New publication demonstrates scale of impact delivered by Research and Innovation at Alliance universities.

Published on March 10, 2021
...f R&D talent pipelines. “Our universities are committed to taking action to progress equality, diversity and inclusion across our research programmes, our institutions, and in wider society, but we also recognise that we have a long way to go to truly realise this ambition. In the coming weeks, months and years, I look forward to working with my colleagues across the Alliance on driving through long-term strategic, cultural and organisational chan... Read more »

University Alliance submission to Higher Education Commission’s University Research and Regional Levelling-Up Inquiry

Published on July 5, 2021
...erships to support a sustainable recovery that levels-up across our regions. In this high-level submission, which has been made on behalf of our members, we address three key areas that are being examined by the Commission. The full submission can be read here, or a summary of our headline asks are below. Maximising R&D activity and economic impact We need a significant cross-government effort to identify synergies, align and sequence the various... Read more »

Cabinet reshuffle: continuity at a time of great change

Published on September 6, 2012 about the welcome news that David Willetts is to stay on as university minister. A cabinet reshuffle can always be counted on to provide drama, tension and intrigue, and David Cameron’s reshuffle of his government was no exception. This political shifting was significant not just because of what it says about coalition politics but also because the new team will have to demonstrate that they are able to deliver on growth against a backdrop of o... Read more »