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Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
23.11.2017
Warwick experts analyse how inward investment is likely to be affected by Brexit
Job Loss and Job Creation - Pitfalls and Opportunities? evaluates the importance of inward investment to the UK economy, and sets out policy recommendations for a post-Brexit industrial strategy.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
15.11.2017
Mission to make learning accessible
Dr Maggy Beukes-Amiss from the University of Namibia (UNAM) is on a mission to make learning as accessible as possible.
Careers/Employment
15.11.2017
The Great Yiddish Parade at the Being Human festival
The Great Yiddish Parade at the Being Human festival
On 19 November 2017 the streets of the East End will echo with the sound of songs once sung there and forgotten for more than a century.
Careers/Employment - Event
13.11.2017
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
12.11.2017
Investing in the Future of Europe - The Guild’s statement on Brexit
The University of Glasgow is a founder member of the Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities and is a signatory to the following statement issued today, Monday 13 November 2017 As Brexit ta
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
10.11.2017
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
08.11.2017
Careers/Employment - History/Archeology
08.11.2017
UCL hosts event on conserving contemporary art
UCL hosts event on conserving contemporary art
As part of UCL Art Museum's exhibition The composition has been reversed , a group including curators, artists, a historian and a conservator met yesterday to discuss issues unique to the conservation of contemporary art.
Careers/Employment - Medicine/Pharmacology
07.11.2017
Surgeon’s ’Magna Carta’ puts hard evidence at heart of decision-making
Heads of UK professional bodies for medicine, teaching and policing have signed and published an evidence ‘Magna Carta' - putting evidence at the heart of their institutions.
Arts and Design - Careers/Employment
06.11.2017
University celebrates collaboration between art and research
University celebrates collaboration between art and research
The University's art centre The Edge joined with Arts Council England for a special event on Tuesday 31 October, looking at collaboration between art and research and its success stories.
Politics - Careers/Employment
03.11.2017
Westminster harassment: this is not just about sex, it's about power
Westminster harassment: this is not just about sex, it’s about power
Rainbow Murray , Professor of Politics at Queen Mary, writes for The Conversation about the sexual harassment scandal in British politics.
Careers/Employment
01.11.2017
Royal visit to University's Centre for Applied Autism Research
Royal visit to University’s Centre for Applied Autism Research
On Wednesday 1 November, HRH The Countess of Wessex visited the University's Centre for Applied Autism Research (CAAR) to see first-hand how a range of innovative projects are making a difference to people living with autism and those around them.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
01.11.2017
One in four retired Britons return to work
Around one in four retirees in the UK return to work or ‘unretire', mostly within five years of retiring, according to research by King's College London. Writing in Ageing and Society , the team from the WHERL consortium based at King's found that while unretirement is common, men are more likely to unretire than women, as are people in good health, those who are better educated and those still paying off a mortgage.
Careers/Employment
01.11.2017
Welsh workers need to be equipped with new skills to access the jobs of the future
The greater use of artificial intelligence and robotics is set to dramatically alter the kinds of jobs available in Wales within the next 20 years according to a new report by academics from the Wales Centre for Public Policy at Cardiff University.
Careers/Employment
01.11.2017
University and JP Morgan Chase collaborate to improve employment chances for people with autism
University and JP Morgan Chase collaborate to improve employment chances for people with autism
The University's  Centre for Applied Autism Research and JP Morgan Chase will today (Wednesday 1 November) launch the Bath Employment Spring School for Autism , a new partnership to help improve employment opportunities for people living with autism.
Careers/Employment - Medicine/Pharmacology
31.10.2017
UofG launches Zika Archive alongside family of Scots scientist who discovered the virus
The University of Glasgow last night launched its Alexander Haddow Zika Archive Catalogue. The archive catalogue, which is funded by Wellcome, came about after the re-discovery of the Alexander Haddow collection by senior archivists last year. The emergence of Zika in late 2015 highlighted the fact that the virus was originally discovered by UofG alumnus Alexander Haddow.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Careers/Employment
30.10.2017
How going greener can make Sussex a
How going greener can make Sussex a "beacon of best practice"
How going greener can make Sussex a "beacon of best practice" Creating a greener and more sustainable society is as much about changing the mindset of people as it is about directly addressing environmental objectives.
Physics/Materials Science - Careers/Employment
27.10.2017
New centre to train next generation of data scientists
A brand new centre designed to train the next generation of data scientists has been awarded to Cardiff University.
Careers/Employment
26.10.2017
Which types of people are most likely to under-report their taxes
36% of self-assessment taxpayers have some under-reporting on their taxes. This rises to almost 60% among the self-employed, Warwick researcher finds. Men are more likely to under-report than women (40% vs 27%). However, among both men and women who under-report, 32% of total tax owed was not declared.
Careers/Employment - Medicine/Pharmacology
20.10.2017
How patients can help future research into a distressing hearing condition
Researchers are calling for people who are hyper-sensitive to noise to help them decide the future of research into this little-known hearing condition.
Careers/Employment - Environment/Sustainable Development
20.10.2017
Law/Forensics - Careers/Employment
19.10.2017
Durham Law School tackles unacceptable working practices
Durham Law School tackles unacceptable working practices
According to the UN's International Labour Organization (ILO), only one quarter of workers worldwide has a stable employment relationship.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Careers/Employment
18.10.2017
Taking world leading research into schools
Taking world leading research into schools
Lancaster University has been taking its world leading research into the classroom to inspire the next generation of researchers.
Careers/Employment
18.10.2017
Hundreds of pupils in England 'on track towards fluency' in Mandarin
Hundreds of pupils in England ’on track towards fluency’ in Mandarin
Hundreds of school pupils in England are on track towards fluency in Mandarin Chinese as part of a national language learning initiative which starts its second year this term.
Arts and Design - Careers/Employment
16.10.2017
Sounding out women for a career in the audio industry
Sounding out women for a career in the audio industry
Students Mary Jane Wenlock and Emily Da Rocha Mumby from Kendal College School of The Arts, Media and Heritage trial Lancaster University's Research in a Box Women will take a major step forward in the electronic music industry thanks to pioneering projects underway at Lancaster University.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
16.10.2017
Computer Science/Telecom - Careers/Employment
12.10.2017
Computers will soon be able to fix themselves - are IT departments for the chop?
Computers will soon be able to fix themselves - are IT departments for the chop?
Dr John Woodward co-writes for The Conversation about the development of robots and artificial intelligence, and how this will impact careers in computing Robots and AI are replacing workers at an alarming rate , from simple manual tasks to making complex legal decisions and medical diagnoses. But the AI itself, and indeed most software, is still largely programmed by humans.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
11.10.2017
Unionised employees have a better work-life balance
Unionised employees have a better work-life balance
Employees working in unionised work places are more likely to benefit from family friendly practices that promote a healthy work-life balance and are better than the statutory minimum, according to UCL-led research. Professor Alex Bryson (UCL Institute of Education) and John Forth from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) undertook the research for the Trade Union Congress (TUC) to evaluate the benefits that unions provide.
Careers/Employment - Administration/Government
11.10.2017
Government apprenticeship schemes are ’fragile’, according to new research | University of Oxford
Apprenticeships remain a relatively fragile mode of vocational education, despite growing political interest internationally, according to new Oxford University research.
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
11.10.2017
New entrepreneurial start-up hub opens its doors
The facility will be launched today by, Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, Inc. The venue aims to build a community of innovation across the University, inspiring and supporting Oxford's 23,000 students to develop their entrepreneurial skills or create and scale commercial ventures.
Physics/Materials Science - Careers/Employment
11.10.2017
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
11.10.2017
Apple CEO Tim Cook opens the Oxford Foundry
The facility was launched this week by Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, Inc. Mr Cook described his invitation to the opening of the multi-million pound hub as a "privilege".
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
09.10.2017
Careers/Employment
06.10.2017
Careers/Employment - History/Archeology
05.10.2017
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
03.10.2017
Social Sciences - Careers/Employment
02.10.2017
Social capital: the new frontier in widening participation at universities
Social capital: the new frontier in widening participation at universities
In an article for the Guardian's Higher Education Network , former Principal Professor Simon Gaskell and Vice-Principal for Student Experience, Teaching and Learning, Professor Rebecca Lingwood argue
Careers/Employment - Administration/Government
02.10.2017
UCL launches programme of research and education in Lebanon
UCL launches programme of research and education in Lebanon
Academics from UCL today joined the Prime Minister of Lebanon, Saad Hariri, to launch a new Centre for research and learning, focused on growth and prosperity in Lebanon.
Careers/Employment
02.10.2017
Labour extends lead in London to 25 points
Labour extends lead in London to 25 points
The Conservative Party has lost support in London since the election, while Labour has extended its lead to 25 points.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Careers/Employment
27.09.2017
Health professionals learn about research careers at annual Imperial symposium
Health professionals learn about research careers at annual Imperial symposium
Health professionals working across North West London gathered at an event to showcase and celebrate research careers and projects.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
22.09.2017
Report highlights how organisations can advance BAME talent in the workplace
Report highlights how organisations can advance BAME talent in the workplace
A researcher from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has launched a new report which sets out ways companies can increase black, Asian and other ethnic minority (BAME) talent in the workplace.
Academic Rankings - Careers/Employment
22.09.2017
Careers/Employment
21.09.2017
Researchers highlight ’hidden’ learning condition | University of Oxford
Researchers have launched a campaign to end 200 years of confusion in diagnosing a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects two children in every classroom.
History/Archeology - Careers/Employment
14.09.2017
A rare discovery will shed new light on Mycenaean funerary practices
A rare discovery will shed new light on Mycenaean funerary practices
The discovery this summer of an impressive rock-cut tomb on a mountainside in Prosilio, near ancient Orchomenos in central Greece, will shed new light on Mycenaean funerary practices. Finding an intact burial, let alone in a monumental tomb of the palatial period, 1370-1200 BC, makes our discovery all the more special.
Careers/Employment - Business/Economics
11.09.2017
UCL in world's top 20 universities for employability of graduates
UCL in world’s top 20 universities for employability of graduates
UCL has been ranked among the best 20 universities in the world for the employability of its graduates in the QS global rankings of 500 institutions published today.
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
06.09.2017
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