Paul Jump is senior science and research reporter as well as deputy features and opinions editor. He writes on issues such as research funding, the research councils and the research excellence framework. He is additionally responsible for reporting on higher education in Australasia, and commissions articles for both the opinions and features sections of the magazine.
He was formerly politics, law and governance reporter for Third Sector magazine, and a freelancer at The Guardian. He has a BPhil in philosophy from the University of Oxford. He joined THE in May 2010.
Paul was runner-up in the outstanding higher education journalism category at the 2013 CIPR Education Journalism Awards.
Paul can be found tweeting at @PaulJump
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