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Universities and cities: Building stronger communities

Published on November 2, 2017
...worked together on a number of sport and education initiatives, including linking the football club to the University’s state of the art sports science facilities, enabling journalism students to put their reporting skills to the test at under-21 Premier League games and offering internship opportunities for students in fields such as computer science and business and marketing. A third element is recognizing the importance of role models. All th... Read more »

Space: Creating a new hub for education, innovation and investment in high-tech industries

Published on June 2, 2016
...of Lincoln is addressing historic skill shortages and creating new opportunities for investment in science technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by working with key regional employers to create a multi-million pound science park in the city’s industrial heartland. Lincoln Science and Innovation Park is a public-private sector partnership between the University of Lincoln and Lincolnshire Co-op, establishing a new hub for education, innova... Read more »

International Day of Happiness: reflecting on what makes us happy

Published on March 20, 2018
...eful time for us to reflect on what makes us happy, and how we can make positive changes in our lives that are likely to enhance our happiness. For instance, while it is a truism that money doesn’t buy happiness, it has been shown that money can buy experiences (like holidays, music concerts, nights out), which in turn can promote happiness. Interestingly, however, it has recently been shown that it is not the experiences per se that promote happi... Read more »

Prime Minister urged to review international student regulations

Published on October 8, 2012
...76% of students graduating in 2012 indicated that they wished to establish links with UK business. The majority do, in fact, return home on completion of their studies or after a short period of postgraduate employment. These are not permanent migrants; they come to the UK for a limited time providing vital economic and cultural stimulus while they are here and beyond. There is a compelling economic and cultural case not to use reductions in inter... Read more »

#PressforProgress on periods in Nepal

Published on March 8, 2018
...s – rather than using terms such as ‘sanitary’ or ‘hygiene’ – to break the link with periods being seen as impure and dirty. As part of our research, we surveyed 286 girls and women using the pads. They told us that they were comfortable, didn’t leak, and, when combined with adequate toilet and washing facilities had some positive impact on girls’ school attendance. However, more important are the education programmes which support the distributio... Read more »

Hertfordshire Law Clinic launches online Housing Advice clinic for tenants

Published on October 23, 2020
During the UK’s Spring lockdown, Hertfordshire Law Clinic offered free advice to tenants, both members of the public and students, on housing issues. Although the Government had introduced emergency measures intended to protect tenants from eviction at a time when people should be staying at home as much as possible, there was confusion as to rights. Many people have lost their jobs in retail, catering and other sectors impacted by social d... Read more »

Oxford Brookes helping students self-isolating

Published on October 28, 2020
...p a comprehensive support service and are continuing to promote its availability. An online reporting form allows students to inform the University that they are going into self-isolation. In short: Students are allocated a case worker, who regularly checks in on the household to check on the welfare of the students, arrange any support as needed and help with the delivery of essential supplies such as food and medication. Students requiring emoti... Read more »

Mind the gap report – University of Lincoln case study

Published on October 13, 2015
...oviding funding for scholarships and bursaries. The Schools develop strong links with the local and regional economy, particularly with local businesses, who gain access to research facilities, knowledge transfer opportunities and staff expertise. Origins and rationale Lincoln places deep employer engagement at the heart of its activities, which supports its role as an ‘anchor’ institution bring together education, knowledge creation a... Read more »

University Alliance propose a Graduate Contribution Scheme that would allow more students to go to university

Published on May 11, 2010
...s into one system. Graduates would be able to secure funding for fees and living costs from a new Graduate Contribution Service that would replace the Student Loans Company. The funding for these would not come from Government but be backed by private investment through the sale of bonds. Repayments would be made on an income contingent basis following the completion of the course – once a graduate reaches a minimum earnings threshold. The p... Read more »