Dr Terri Kim from Brunel University and co-investigator Professor Rachel Brooks from the University of Surrey Internationalisation, Mobile Academics, and Knowledge Creation in Universities: a Comparative Analysis
Dr. Fumi Kitagawa from the Manchester Business School at the University of Manchester and Claire Lightowler from The Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services (IRISS) Incentivising Knowledge Exchange: A comparison of vision, strategies, policy and practice in English and Scottish Higher Education.
Professor Carole Leathwood from the Institute for Policy Studies in Education (IPSE) at London Metropolitan University and Dr. Barbara Read from the University of Roehampton Assessing the impact of developments in research policy for research on higher education
Dr Daniel Weinbren from the Open University A lovely way of spending time, growing and learning. Higher education and nurturing of informal learning communities project
Details of the 2012 Award Winners are available here: 2012 SRHE Award Winners
As for the 2013 award scheme, this is planned for launch in July 2013, and will operate along similar lines to the 2012 scheme. For reference, details of how the 2012 scheme operated are available here 2012 SRHE Awards
Below are links to HESA datasets provided to SRHE in February 2013 and later in May 2013. This data in relation to UK Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) is broken down by age group, gender, ethnicity, disability status, level of study, mode of study, etc. We hope they will be useful to any of members and guests currently engaged in research.
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Out Now - SRHE News Issue 12 - April 2013
Extract from SRHE News 12 Editorial
Hanging by a thread
After the rollercoaster ride of radical changes in higher education, those who perpetrated the ‘English experiment’ (see SRHE News 4) in higher education policy were perhaps hoping for a period of consolidation, allowing the implications of change to emerge gradually. But having given away its budgetary control, the UK Government is finding that without a new legislative framework its influence over the hoped-for ‘reforms’ is hanging by a thread of residual power designed for a very different environment...