With Disabled Students’ Allowance decreasing and demand for support increasing, the sector must look harder at what inclusivity means and how best to accomplish it with the resources available.
The second Research Excellence Framework needs to preserve the best of the 2014 system but adapt to the future.
With events like Brexit, we have seen big changes across the world. The Research Excellence Framework will miss a trick if it doesn’t think about ‘impact’ within this broader context.
Despite the proposed changes, the next REF could end up looking a lot like the last one.
How does public engagement fit into the world of the student experience?
What we mean by staff ‘with significant responsibility for research’ would benefit from closer scrutiny.
Investing in research needs to respect the diversity of large and small institutions.
Proposals for the next Research Excellence Framework have so far produced a lively discussion.
Interdisciplinary research might be complex but it offers a world of opportunities.
From capital spending to research and innovation – the new Sustainable and Transformation Plans should interest universities in many ways.