Universities and cities too often fail both homeowners and students
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As enrolment expansion far outstrips campus housing capacity, universities must take more responsibility for local neighbourhoods, says Harvey Graff ..read more
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Why political scientists should talk to annoying strangers
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Casual encounters are a chance to correct the public's irritating assumption that political science is all about elections, says Christopher Hallenbrook ..read more
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The Turing Scheme’s teething troubles could hamper ‘Global Britain’
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Inclusivity would be boosted if the Erasmus replacement offered funding more promptly and flexibly, say Richard Davies and Andrew Griff-Owen ..read more
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Cutting collaborative funding is not the way to widen UK participation
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The government must invest significantly in a national infrastructure to develop more effective interventions, say Antony Moss and Deborah Johnston ..read more
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Methodological review boards would threaten scientific creativity
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Many sources of scrutiny already exist, but the idea of a perfect research project is an unattainable fantasy, says Andrew Barnas ..read more
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Degree apprenticeships: a great UK invention that needs better nurture
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Amid growing global interest, policy must be driven by evidence, rather than knee-jerk reactions to loud voices, says Raheel Nawaz ..read more
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No-confidence votes are a last resort that should never be needed
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Rather than attempting to block resolutions, university leaders should focus on creating people-first cultures, says Hanfu Mi  ..read more
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Will the freedom of speech bill stop students picketing films?
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With much still unclear, complaints procedures are likely to be lengthy and fraught with contention, says Gill Evans ..read more
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Will Australian universities’ warm political feelings survive cold reality?
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A new ‘accord’ is promised, but hopes under previous Labor governments have sometimes been dashed, says Greg McCarthy ..read more
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Policing of fraudulent conference proceedings needs collaboration
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Identifying deception often requires analysis of patterns across large collections of articles. Publishers must work together, says David McDade ..read more
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