18 December 2014

Vice-Chancellor of University of Cumbria blogs for Conversation UK on REF and research funding

Professor Peter Strike, Vice-Chancellor, University of Cumbria has written a blog for Conversation UK detailing how a different approach to funding research in the UK can ensure important work does not get left behind. Prof Strike clearly breaks down the key areas of focus for changing the research funding landscape and he addresses regional imbalance of funding as well as its hyper-concentration.

16 December 2014

Unfinished Business: Universities and the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill

Pam Tatlow, Chief Executive, million+ analyses the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill: what its purpose is, the role of universities and its implications and impact on the sector. million+ has published a couple of briefings on the detail of the bill, one prior to second reading and one for committee stage, with further detailed comments on the proposals.

16 December 2014

Partnership between Abertay University, innovators and food industry helps stop businesses from breaking new law

Abertay University has teamed up with a local business through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) to develop technology that will impact tens of thousands of food businesses across the country. Innovative technology beign developed through the KTP will reduce food waste entering drainage systems.

4 December 2014

University of Cumbria Vice-Chancellor discusses the impact of declining teacher training numbers on schools

Professor Peter Strike, Vice-Chancellor of University of Cumbria features in a Times Higher Education article that explores how a loss in teacher training numbers under the government scheme School Direct  is hurting schools. Professor Strike also estimates that government changes to allocations have cost his instituion  £2.1m in income and risks affecting others also.

27 November 2014

Anglia Ruskin University Vice-Chancellor strengthens partnership links with South Asia

Professor Michael Thorne, Vice-Chancellor, Anglia Ruskin University features in a Hindustan Times article stating there is an extensive scope for higher education in India while discussing their partnership.

21 November 2014

London South Bank University Vice-Chancellor calls for Government to recognise Employer-sponsored Education

Professor Dave Phoenix, Vice-Chancellor of London South Bank University has written an article for the Huffington Post detailing why Government needs to take notice of employer-sponsored education ahead of the general election.

6 November 2014

Times Higher Education feature Anglia Ruskin University in their Campus Close-Up series

Researchers at Anglia Ruskin University have created a new database at the Veterans and Families Institute will improve access to the research done on soldiers adjusting to life after service. The online database will bring together UK and international literature as well as research resources on military veterans and their families.

30 October 2014

University of Sunderland researchers become first ever UK recipients of a national pharmacy grant

A research team from the University of Sunderland have won a pharmacy research grant to work with leading pharmacy organisations on a 12 month project into the use of unlicensed medicines in the NHS.

27 October 2014

Academies Week Expert Column by million+ CEO on the value of university-led teacher training provision

Pam Tatlow, Chief Executive, million+ analyses plans by Government to transfer 17,000 teacher training places away from universities to the School Direct programme stating the change has all the makings of a crisis in future teacher supply. Pam also explores the repercussions such a change could have on the sector and trainees also.

27 October 2014

University of West London Director of Research appointed as President of the Infection Prevention Society (IPS)

Heather Loveday, Director of Research at the College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare, University of West London was appointed as President of the Infection Prevention Society (IPS) after joining the organisation in 1998.

26 September 2014

National Centre for Universities and Businesses blog by million+ Chair on The Innovation Challenge

Professor Michael Gunn, Vice-Chancellor, Staffordshire University and Chair, million+ discusses the current state of research funding in the UK and elaborates on topics in our latest report.

25 September 2014

Growth by Research: the benefits of research funding in universities

Following the publication of our report The Innovation Challenge: A new approach to research funding we showcase case studies on university research making an impact on society and the economy.
 

4 September 2014

million+ at Party Conferences 2014

For the coming conference season million+ and NUS are pleased to co-host fringe events at the Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat party conferences.

4 September 2014

Vice-Principal of Abertay University takes on tough 120 mile challenge to fundraise for students

Abertay Vice-Principal Professor Steve Olivier completes a 120 mile coast-to-coast challenge to fundraise for Abertay's student athletes

12 August 2014

million+ supports NUS campaign to save AS level qualification

We believe that decoupling the AS level from the A level, creating a standalone qualification which will not contribute to an A level grade, will be detrimental to many students wanting to progress through post-16 study. We are calling for a full reversal of the decoupling of the AS and A level, allowing students to take an AS level as part of their full A level qualification.

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