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Listen to Science Council's interviews with the eight shortlisted entries for the Outstanding Technician of the Year category.
The NCEE look at how UCL, shortlisted for the Outstanding Entrepreneurial University, nurtures an entrepreneurial culture across the university.
The THE Awards 2020 winners have been announced. The University of Glasgow’s sector-leading efforts to tackle modern-day race-based inequalities secured it the top prize of University of the Year.
Shortlisted candidates for "Most Innovative Teacher of the Year" at THE Awards 2020 share their advice and tips for offering top quality online teaching and learning.
A reflection on 50 years of Nightlines, and why we're as important now as ever before
Kelly Vere, Technician Commitment Lead and THE Awards judge, looks back on the first year of a new category, and offers advice and guidance for 2020 entrants.
With 39 Nightline services open across the UK and the Republic of Ireland, and another three in the setup process, the Nightline Association is an extremely busy organisation.
Ceri Nursaw, chief executive of NCEE, outlines how a truly entrepreneurial university offers so much
more than student start-ups or the commercialisation of research.
Loughborough University won the THE Award for Outstanding Entrepreneurial University 2019. Sophie-Louise Hyde outlines the three core values that lie at the heart of Loughborough Enterprise Network.
Universities offer insights on engaging with industry, excelling at research support and tackling the student mental health crisis.
Sir Deian Hopkin, former vice-chancellor of London South Bank University, writes about a couple of procedural advances and why combining our THELMAs and THE Awards made sense.
Strathclyde named University of the Year as Loughborough takes home trio of titles.
Universities offer insights on tackling the gender pay gap, excelling at research supervision and supporting disabled students.
Awards presented in 18 categories to recognise outstanding contributions to UK higher education.
Anne Kiem wishes more people knew about the amazing things going on in higher education – and offers some tips for entrants.