A new wave of student counter-culture is challenging established ideas of power in higher education. Smita Jamdar reflects on the challenges to ancient symbols of power, such as the statue of Cecil John Rhodes.
Following the publication of the 2015 Power List, Mark Leach looks at the international picture and why foreign leaders featured so highly this year.
Reinterpreted, Revisited and Rebooted. Celebrated and definitely remembered. Andy Westwood remembers three giants of higher education and explains why they made it on the 2015 HE Power List.
A short introduction to the 2015 HE Power List by its editor Mark Leach.
As we launch the HE Power List, Mark Fuller asks who holds influence? There is no concrete, scientific way of quantifying influence over policy – policymaking is an inherently messy affair of compromise and accommodation. But we’ve done our best, and Mark explains why.
HE Power List member Janet Beer reflects on the lack of women on the list and the role of politics and influence in the sector’s leadership today.
Former MBA students of Professor Sir David Watson share their memories of the former educator, researcher, policymaker and friend to all in the higher education sector.