Monthly Archives: April 2012

ACTA opposed by parties representing majority of MEPs
Thomson Reuters in Trouble?
‘It is only a matter of time before a Muslim student is physically assaulted’ – Muslim students condemn university alcohol ban
Learning Spaces in LIT
SFI-funded scientists to head to Silicon Valley
What part should universities play in fostering academic talent?
College staff’s children educated for free
Public sector talks – A chance to see if reform is succeeding
The Future of Peer Review
Coping with Email Overload
Edinburgh University denies treating English students as a ‘cash cow’
Social Networks for Academics Proliferate, Despite Some Scholars’ Doubts
What internationalising universities can learn from big business
Concerned academics set up ‘free’ university in Lincoln
Doubt over credibility of tertiary research rankings
CISPA is a threat to the world
Quinn says no to ‘narrow focus’ on university performance
‘The last thing I want is to make maths sexy’
NUIM ‘rape tape’ protest
Water on the brain