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Published on April 29, 2021
...he-media/   Student returns BBC R4 Today programme – 14/04/21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1862OflFk4 LBC Radio with Eddie Mair – 13/04/21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8yklY139cM The Guardian – 13/04/21 English universities despair as in-person teaching ruled out before 17 May | Higher education | The Guardian The Daily Mail – 13/04/21 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9467119/Covid-lockdown-UK-university-students-allowed-campu... Read more »

Published on June 9, 2021
...rning experiences and innovative interactive collaborative design. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9i6HuXW_6Co eXtended BCU Walkthrough Video: https://youtu.be/3RjGdoyNHj8 Kingston University research team who co-produced learning events on end-of-life and bereavement care for people with learning disabilities during the pandemic Having worked for two decades with people with learning disabilities, focusing on end-of-life and bereavement support,... Read more »

Alliance Awards 2021 winners!

Published on June 23, 2021
...ife care for people with learning disabilities… are we prepared?): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbeAIl0Wn6I April 2020 webinar (DNACPR): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePJKT9MZRXA&t=626s YouTube channel with all webinars to date: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOQLenTftiiC_cFo0aaE-lA/videos BBC news report (incl interviews with GRASSroots group and Prof Tuffrey-Wijne), who contacted us following our webinar on vaccination: https://www.bb... Read more »

Teesside University health psychologist launches online sessions to help people cope with lockdownΒ 

Published on October 23, 2020
...itial live MyCreativeLife sessions in May for individuals with any type of long-term health condition. This included anxiety, asthma, chronic pain, diabetes, dystonia, epilepsy, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease, with the objective of supporting their adjustment to the Covid-19 pandemic. The sessions were also available to family members, friends and carers, as long as they are over the age of 18. The programme coul... Read more »

The sector’s long-term health has to be at the forefront of our thinking

Published on September 11, 2012
...the new higher education market as it emerges. It is too early to draw any long-term conclusions. However, it is clear that over the course of my three year tenure, many difficult decisions will need to be taken; by policy-makers, university leaders, and our colleagues and students. These decisions will influence the long-term future of the higher education sector – the sector’s long-term health has to be at the forefront of our thinking. We canno... Read more »

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

Published on March 14, 2013
.... 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 postgraduate and part-time recruitment, which are in direct conflict with the projected need of our economy and society. “University Alliance is exploring more radical changes to financi... Read more »

Published on June 9, 2021
...ase in comparison to the previous academic year). Rob, Mel, Jane and Joe’s commitment and determination to the Skills agenda showcase pure dedication, professionalism and ambition towards supporting the University in transforming lives and powering potential. Apprenticeship Profile at Herts which the Skills Sales Team has lead in recruiting: https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/our-work-2/technical-skills/herts-degreeapprenticeships/ Testimonial from Her... Read more »

Women in research

Published on March 8, 2021
...ary Women’s Writing, Leeds Beckett University Susan has shown such a longstanding commitment to women’s writing, which she communicates brilliantly – both as the author of some very important books, and as a teacher of our students. Professor Sandra Esteves, Professor in Bioprocess Technology for Resource Recovery: Energy and Materials, University of South Wales Dogged determinism to succeed; to grow her independent research prog... Read more »

Covid-19 research and enterprise

Published on March 9, 2021
...cytokine proteins that can cause death by respiratory collapse, following Covid 19 infection. These compounds can be used within a drug therapy to prevent our immune system from disabling the body’s lung function during a cytokine storm; one of the contributing factors in Covid-19 deaths. This treatment could potentially also help protect cancer and organ transplant patients. Oxford Brookes University develop vaccine Research has been conducted t... Read more »

Published on June 9, 2021
...r times and what is unique about our diverse university community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9k9G00v-4tg     Examples of A Changed World Content: Harriet Riddell, an alumna of UH ran a sketching class as part of our A Changed World Makealong: https://www.herts.ac.uk/about-us/a-changed-world/the-collection/harriet-riddell2 Julie Kelly, our Academic Registrar, created a presentation: Who Wants to be an Academic Registrar? https://www... Read more »