This week on the podcast we’re in Scandinavia learning about student representation, student rights, brewing societies and campus ombuds.
Plus there’s a report out in Scotland on Covid harms in HE, and Michelle Donelan has published views on NDAs, mental heath and precarity.
With Evie Croxford, President at Sheffield SU, Becky Ricketts, President at NUS Wales, Gary Hughes, CEO at Durham SU and presented by Jim Dickinson, Wonkhe’s Associate Editor.
Featured on the show
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) higher education, further education and community learning and development: wider harms
- It’s abhorrent for universities to silence sexual assault victims – the government wants to change this
- Wonkhe SUs in Scandinavia
The proportion of first year first degree students living in provider accommodation, against the proportion from state school backgrounds
No, it doesn’t correlate. (R squared is 0.12)
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One response to “Podcast: Covid harms, Michelle Donelan, Scandinavia”
DK – I’d be interested to see if there is a correlation between the proportion of first year first degree students living at home, against the proportion from state school backgrounds. I suspect that is more clear cut. In ‘Young, Free and Single?: Twenty-Somethings and Household Change’ published nearly 20 years ago, I reflected that ‘ while sending children to university per se can no longer be viewed as a middle class activity, sending them away to university certainly can’ and that student housing and the experiences of living away were part of the cultural capital resources that certain parts of the population would continue to build and bank. Has this played out?