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Careers/Employment
22.02.2017
Careers/Employment - Medicine/Pharmacology
22.02.2017
NICE consults on guideline to improve response to child abuse
NICE consults on guideline to improve response to child abuse
A new draft guideline will help more professionals who work with children recognise and respond to any form of abuse and neglect.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
17.02.2017
Careers/Employment
16.02.2017
Cardiff University announces new Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Cardiff University is pleased to announce the appointment of its new Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Karen Holford, FREng, FLSW, CEng FIMechE.
Social Sciences - Careers/Employment
16.02.2017
SussexFood support local social enterprise charity, Team Domenica
SussexFood support local social enterprise charity, Team Domenica
SussexFood support local social enterprise charity, Team Domenica SussexFood are always looking for new ways they can support local initiatives and the community.
Careers/Employment
09.02.2017
Pigment research is ‘completely novel’
Natural blue colouring agent could benefit cosmetics and food industries Researchers are developing ways to use a natural blue pigment as a colouring agent in industries such as cosmetics and food.
Social Sciences - Careers/Employment
04.02.2017
Professor Andy Furlong - a tribute
This tribute has been kindly provided by Professor Michele Burman, Head of the School of Social and Political Sciences with Professors Denis and Moira Fischbacher-Smith, Fred Cartmel and colleagues from the University of Leicester.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
02.02.2017
Resistance toward standing guidelines
A new King's College London study reveals significant public resistance and misunderstanding surrounding the UK's first health guidelines on sedentary behaviour at work, which were a response to mounting evidence on the health risks of prolonged sitting, including higher risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and certain cancers.
Careers/Employment
01.02.2017
Research names first Harry Kroto Fellows
Research names first Harry Kroto Fellows
Sussex Research names first Harry Kroto Fellows Sussex Research has awarded two Harry Kroto Fellowships in the first round of this new scheme to Dr Sarah Scuzzarello (Global Studies) with Mahidol University, Thailand and Dr Liang Chen (BMEc) with Renmin University of China.
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
31.01.2017
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
26.01.2017
Conscientious workers face exhaustion
Going above and beyond the call of duty comes at a cost to personal well-being and family responsibilities, despite the link between being conscientious at work and career success according to new research from King's and the University of Bath.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
26.01.2017
Conscientious workers face exhaustion, shows research
Conscientious workers face exhaustion, shows research
Being conscientious at work has long been linked with career success but new University research shows that going above and beyond the call of duty comes at a cost to personal well-being and family responsibilities. Going the extra mile The study of employees in a UK customer call centre for a retail bank found that going the extra mile at work left employees emotionally exhausted and grappling with work-family conflict.
Careers/Employment - Administration/Government
25.01.2017
Dame Stella Rimington reflects on Trump, MI5 and Warwick’s intelligence research
John Major was perfect because he just used to close his eyes, lean back in his chair and say ‘Oh well, Stella.
Careers/Employment
19.01.2017
Stonewall Top 100
Cardiff University is the highest-ranked university in the UK for its commitment to LGBT+ staff in one of the largest employment surveys in the country.
Careers/Employment
17.01.2017
Hunterian Director Professor David Gaimster lands new job in New Zealand
Hunterian Director, Professor David Gaimster, is to leave the University of Glasgow to take up a major new role in New Zealand.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
16.01.2017
Imposing ‘meaningful work' leads to staff burnout
Imposing ‘meaningful work’ leads to staff burnout
Imposing ‘meaningful work' leads to staff burnout Strategies to boost staff performance and morale by manipulating our desire for meaningful work often achieve the opposite - damaging organisations and alienating employees – a new study suggests.
Careers/Employment
12.01.2017
Centre Director is Special Rep on radicalisation
The head of the research centre on extremism based at King's College London, Professor Peter Neumann, has been appointed Special Representative on Countering Violent Radicalisation to the Office of the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe (OSCE).
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
09.01.2017
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
04.01.2017
Economist Professor Sir Tony Atkinson ’pioneered the study of inequality’
Sir Tony Atkinson, Professor of Economics and a former Warden of Nuffield College, who died on 1 January 2017, has been called 'the godfather of modern scholarship on the distribution of income and wealth' by fellow economist Thomas Piketty.
Careers/Employment - Event
03.01.2017
Welsh Universities seek future research leaders
“Game-changing” Welsh Crucible programme opens latest round of recruitment for exceptional researchers across Wales Welsh Crucible is urging exceptional researchers from across Wales to apply for this year's award-winning programme.
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
03.01.2017
Social Sciences - Careers/Employment
30.12.2016
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
22.12.2016
Reducing the disability gap
A team of Cardiff University researchers is leading the debate around reducing the disability employment gap in the UK.
Careers/Employment - Administration/Government
22.12.2016
Employers sceptical about Government’s ‘superficial’ gender pay plans
Companies with 250 or more employees will soon be required to give average pay and bonuses data for men and women.
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
22.12.2016
Government plans to tackle gender pay only superficial, experts warn
Government plans to tackle gender pay only superficial, experts warn
New regulations requiring companies to report pay gaps between men and women are potentially 'superficial' and will not necessarily tackle the complex reasons why females still have lower salaries, new research shows.
Careers/Employment
21.12.2016
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
21.12.2016
Team GB Paralympian shows support for Liverpool eye donation initiative
Great Britain Paralympic swimmer Stephanie Slater visited the Department of Eye and Vision Science based at the University's Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease (IACD) in support of a new eye donation initiative and to see first-hand the work that is being undertaken to pioneer new treatments.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
18.12.2016
West end choreographer gets Imperial lab dancing
An Imperial research team has been dancing up a storm under the direction of a West End choreographer they helped to get back on his feet.
Careers/Employment
13.12.2016
Cardiff University leads EU science advice project
Cardiff University will represent the UK in a major new project set up to provide evidence-based scientific advice for EU policymaking.
Careers/Employment - Physics/Materials Science
09.12.2016
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
08.12.2016
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
07.12.2016
Disability employment gap
The Government is certain to miss its manifesto target to halve the disability employment gap by 2020 without decisive and innovative intervention, according to a new report by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Disability.
Social Sciences - Careers/Employment
07.12.2016
Analyse this
Learners accessing a range of courses designed to help get them into a career or access higher education can now learn the basics of Social Analytics as part of their studies thanks to a longstanding relationship between Cardiff University and Agored Cymru.
Careers/Employment - Event
06.12.2016
Social Sciences - Careers/Employment
06.12.2016
Microsoft expert joins University's Social Futures institute
Microsoft expert joins University’s Social Futures institute
The appointment of a former principal researcher at Microsoft will add a new dimension to Lancaster University's think tank for the future.
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
02.12.2016
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
02.12.2016
Event - Careers/Employment
01.12.2016
Event - Careers/Employment
30.11.2016
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
30.11.2016
New guidelines for the investigation of sudden unexpected death in infancy launched University of Warwick expertise contributes to report
National guidance for professionals handling cases of sudden unexpected child death which draws upon University of Warwick expertise are published today (30 November 2016).
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
29.11.2016
Arts and Design - Careers/Employment
23.11.2016
New project aims to strengthen creative and cultural economy
A new project to broker partnerships between the arts and humanities sector and universities in South West England and South East Wales to generate economic growth has received funding.
Careers/Employment
23.11.2016
Opinion: Racism in the US runs far deeper than Trump's white supremacist fanbase
Opinion: Racism in the US runs far deeper than Trump’s white supremacist fanbase
Racism in the US has always run deeper than the electoral cycle, writes Nicholas Guyatt, University Lecturer in American History.
Social Sciences - Careers/Employment
22.11.2016
Opinion: How to climb the social ladder in ancient Rome
Opinion: How to climb the social ladder in ancient Rome
Jerry Toner, Director of Studies in Classics, Churchill College, University of Cambridge, discusses the stratification of Roman society.
Social Sciences - Careers/Employment
22.11.2016
Excellence and the East two foci of Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities launch
The new Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities will officially launch with an opening symposium on the 21 st of November 2016 in the Bibliothèque Solvay in Brussels.
Careers/Employment
22.11.2016
Compassion fatigue widespread among foster carers
Compassion fatigue widespread among foster carers
The needs of children traumatised through abuse, neglect and loss, combined with a lack of appropriate support from fostering agencies, means that many foster carers are suffering from compassion fatigue, according to new research. ‘No-one told us it was going to be like this' is the first national study of compassion fatigue in foster carers in England and calls for greater support and understanding of the debilitating effects of caring for some of the most vulnerable children in society.
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