This week on the podcast OfS chief Nicola Dandridge is stepping down – what next for regulation of higher education?
There’s also news from COP, some new stats on the student experience, and concern over antisemitism on campus.
With Sue Rigby, vice chancellor at Bath Spa University, Jonathan Grant, Director of Different Angles, Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar at Nottingham Trent and presented by Mark Leach, Editor in Chief of Wonkhe.
Featured on the show
- Here’s how we profiled Nicola Dandridge in Wonkhe Mondays on her appointment in July 2017.
- Tuesday was science and innovation day at COP26 with the announcement of four new missions for the global Mission Innovation programme to lead research and development for clean energy.
- As universities take action on climate change, Universities UK’s Julie Tam calls for the government to deliver the appropriate support.
- Alina Congreve and Iain Cross examine how education for sustainable development can become a part of teaching in every subject.
- The Open University’s Yvonne Chakraborty argues why students should take the charge on demanding divestment.
- Advance HE publishes the 2021 UK Engagement Survey (UKES)
- Are four in ten students online-only this term?
- Jovan Byford responds to some of the common objections to the adoption of the IHRA definition of antisemitism.
- Jim Dickinson tries to get to the bottom of the government’s muddle over antisemitism and campus free speech – and finds issues that need skill and care rather than slogans and soundbites.
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