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CREST and Kultivate

01 July 2011

CREST presents a case study on how consortia can help the public to access research undertaken in specialist, small and regional Higher Education Institutions.

University of Worcester Lecturer named Worcestershire Woman of the Year

30 June 2011

Senior Lecturer Ruth Jones recognised for her research into domestic and sexual violence.

Women take their place in history with new Yorkshire network at Leeds Trinity

21 June 2011

A new Yorkshire-based network to further the study of women’s history will be launched at Leeds Trinity University College this weekend.

GuildHE / CREST respond to HEFCE consultation on postgraduate research funding

20 June 2011

GuildHE and CREST support plans to increase postgraduate research funding, while expressing concerns about concentration, access and how supervision is assessed.

Applied architecture and heritage management

16 June 2011

The Archaeology Department at the University of Winchester launches the Centre for Applied Archaeology and Heritage Management (CAAHM).

Universities and research that change the way we live

16 June 2011

Research at Bucks New Universities spotlighted in this RCUK report, part of Universities Week 2011.

UCA Farnham’s Professor of Textile Culture, Lesley Millar, awarded MBE

11 June 2011

The Director of the Anglo Japanese Textile Research Centre was recognised for her services to Higher Education.

UCA Vice-Chancellor named in Queen’s Birthday Honours list

11 June 2011

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.

Small and specialist institutions and HEIF 2011-15

26 May 2011

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.

‘Creativity is of value to UK plc’

04 May 2011

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.

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