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Past articles by Sophie:

London Business School dean: more to an MBA than earning power

François Ortalo-Magné says executive programmes help students ‘look at the world differently’ → Read More

Union unrest opens new front in UK university pensions dispute

Growing discontent among University and College Union members about leaders’ handling of negotiations → Read More

Under-pressure UCU leader urges members to accept pensions deal

Several University and College Union branches urge rejection of offer to set up expert panel → Read More

Double warning on impact of overworking on academic mental health

Two new studies indicate young and female researchers are at high risk → Read More

‘No one knows for sure’: deficit at heart of USS dispute debated

Four experts discuss the estimated shortfall that led to strike action at UK universities → Read More

Open University v-c faces no-confidence vote

Peter Horrocks faces backlash over claim that academics ‘should be bloody well teaching’ → Read More

UCU members to be balloted on latest pensions offer

Union serves notice of strike action at 13 universities to begin on 16 April → Read More

‘Political propaganda’ banned from Israeli university lectures

Sector leaders decry ‘censorship’, but outright ban on expressing political opinions is not mandatory for now → Read More

Hundreds of external examiners resign in UK pensions dispute

More than 600 academics record resignation in online document → Read More

University of Liverpool set to axe 220 academic jobs

Union ‘unconvinced’ making redundancies will help institution achieve aim of improving research and teaching → Read More

Tie funding to tackling racial inequality, says professor

Uptake of Race Equality Charter in UK higher education ‘hugely disappointing’, says Kalwant Bhopal → Read More

‘Genie out of the bottle’ on casualisation after pension strikes

Industrial action at UK universities a ‘seminal moment’, say academics → Read More

Career advice: how to job-share in academia

Sophie Inge speaks to two sets of job-sharers about the pros and cons of dividing an academic role → Read More

Mexican academics told to leave UK after doing research abroad

Ernesto Schwartz-Marín and his wife Arely Cruz-Santiago told that their family has just 14 days to leave country → Read More

Labelling universities ‘toxic’ for mental health ‘is harmful’

Leading psychiatrist Sir Simon Wessely raises concern about ‘over-professionalisation and over-medicalisation of normal emotions’ → Read More

Academics asked to check visas of international visitors

Concern about scholars being ‘put in a position of proxy border guards’ → Read More

University Mental Health Day: the weight of expectations

For academics and students alike, pressure to perform coupled with a lack of institutional support can severely affect mental health → Read More

Indian graduates ‘unprepared’ for workplace, study warns

Bournemouth University research reveals gap between expectations of employers and university curricula → Read More

Jacobs aims to ‘raise quality’ of Australia’s university debate

Group of Eight chair aims to demonstrate that the benefits of higher education outweigh the costs → Read More

Call for more expert training to stop campus sexual assaults

Most Australian university residences will not involve professionals in all student training this year, finds survey → Read More