This week on the podcast the Office for Students has new proposals out on harassment and sexual misconduct – but will they work in the way intended?
Plus Tony Blair and William Hague have ideas out on science and technology, there’s a new student living strategy in Nottingham and we explain the reclassification of FE colleges into the public sector.
With Paul Greatrix, Registrar at the University of Nottingham, Selena Bolingbroke, HE consultant, Debbie McVitty, Editor at Wonkhe, Andrew Bush, Director at KPMG and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
- Podcast: My Imaginary University
- Nottingham’s draft Student Living Strategy
- Who trains the nurses? Universities and the placements shortfall
- A new national purpose – what if government was organised around science and technology?
- OfS proposals on harassment and sexual misconduct represent a major win for student campaigners. Jim Dickinson gets into the detail of what’s on the table
- Students deserve protection wherever they study
- Should we record or ban staff-student relationships?
- Michelle Morgan argues that we need a better understanding of student drop-outs if we are to retain students through the cost of living crisis.