This week on the podcast the results of the Research Excellence Framework have been published – what do they mean and how should the exercise change?
Plus a higher education bill has been announced in the Queen’s speech, and we reflect on our Access All Areas event where we discussed the big issues with OfS’ John Blake.
With Carl Lygo, Vice Chancellor of Arden University, Shân Wareing, Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Northampton, Debbie McVitty, Editor at Wonkhe and presented by Mark Leach, Editor in Chief at Wonkhe.
Featured on the show
- David Kernohan has your essential reading – the full REF 2021 results, and key points of interest with splits for institutions, units of assessment/subject areas, regions, missions groups, and more.
- As universities celebrate the release of the REF results, Elizabeth Gadd explains that research managers are already looking towards the next assessment period
- Sunday Blake warns that academia needs to have vital conversations about the impact of the Research Excellence Framework on disadvantaged researchers
- There’s a fresh impact assessment for the new season of debate on the free speech bill. Jim Dickinson tracks the changes
- OfS’ John Blake opened our Access All Areas event in conversation with Mark Leach. Here’s what he talked about
- Government plans for this session include a Higher Education Bill. David Kernohan wore a robe to listen in
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