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  • Male university workers win equal pay claim

    News | 24 Apr 2014

    Eighteen men have won an equal pay award against a Welsh university after claiming they had been paid less than their female colleagues.

  • THE podcast: 24 April 2014 issue review

    Podcast | 24 Apr 2014

    How much should graduate teaching assistants get paid? Should more be done to encourage men on to female-dominated degree courses? And what lies in store in this week’s books section? All this and more in this week’s issue review

  • ‘Beautiful minds’ neglected as KAUST courts global eliteSubscription

    News | 24 April 2014

    Saudi princess sounds alarm over institution’s share of local students

  • ‘Hard core’ UCU activists urge staff to reject 2% pay offerSubscription

    News | 24 April 2014

    Marking boycott suspended as union warns accepting deal would represent a ‘damaging defeat’

  • ‘Pot schools’ crop up as US states relax lawsSubscription

    News | 24 April 2014

    But federal restrictions on cannabis are hampering US research, scholars warn

  • 24 April 2014Subscription

    Digital Edition | 24 April 2014

    University of the buffer zone - The story behind an unlikely branch campus

  • A cocktail for violenceSubscription

    Opinion | 24 April 2014

    Campus lifestyles and easy access to guns can create the perfect storm, say Deborah D. Rogers and Howard P. Segal

  • A lesson worth learningSubscription

    Letters | 24 April 2014

    It is useful to learn from Hazel Christie’s thoughtful review of Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning that the first principle they propose is that learning should be distributed and not massed

  • A little lift could help everyoneSubscription

    Leader | 24 April 2014

    Postgraduate study is a financial struggle for most, and low pay for graduate teaching assistants does nothing to alleviate it

  • A premier notionSubscription

    Letters | 24 April 2014

    Poppleton University’s deputy head of brand management is definitely thinking along the right lines in proposing a new name of “Premier Inn Group” for the low-ranking members of the Russell Group of universities

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