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Universities should not shy away from their economic purpose
Higher education is about more than giving graduates an earnings boost, but institutions should be able to detail such returns among evidence of their many contributions to society, argues Anna Vignoles
Anna Vignoles, Professor of education, University of Cambridge | September 21, 2019
Racism in academia has major impact on BAME staff mental health
Providing mental health support that is appropriate and culturally sensitive is a first step in addressing the racism black, Asian and ethnic minority staff endure in academia.
By Jason Arday, assistant professor in sociology, Durham University | September 6, 2019
The climate emergency and the new civic role for the university
As we face a climate emergency, universities must undergo radical change to lead the way in tackling the crisis.
By Paul Chatterton, professor of geography, University of Leeds | June 21, 2019
10 ways universities can change the story
Tips from THE ’s editor on how universities can shift the negative perceptions of higher education to reassert their value to society.
By John Gill, editor, THE | April 24, 2019