Professor Elaine Thomas, Vice-Chancellor of the University for the Creative Arts (UCA), has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. The award recognises her outstanding contribution to the creative arts in Higher Education.
Despite evidence that small and specialist HEIs demonstrating a high rate of return on investment will be unfairly disadvantaged by the introduction of a threshold, HEIF 2011-15 goes ahead as planned.
Prof Kerstin Mey from the University for the Creative Arts explains why pitting STEM against the arts creates a false division in higher education, with implications for the future development of the UK economy.
GuildHE & CREST respond to the Science & Technology Select Committee’s call for oral evidence on the Comprehensive Spending Review 2010.
Our teaching-intensive institutions contribute to the diversity of the UK’s research base
Carwyn Jones, First Minister of Wales, will today officially open a new £5m centre dedicated to supporting the creative industries.
A group of teaching-led higher education institutions with departments that scored well in the RAE are to create a research network to pool expertise, staff development and support joint bids for funding.