The Disabled Students’ Commission: transforming disabled students’ experience
9 Mar 2020
9 Mar 2020
Universities and colleges have made major strides in their desire to focus on the quality of the student experience and to become one of the key driving forces in ensuring greater social mobility. There is, though, still much work to do.
9 Mar 2020Blog post
On University Mental Health Day, Chris Millward announces the launch of a new funding competition and discusses the need for intersectional approaches in targeting support for mental health among students.
5 Mar 2020Blog post
Two new reports add to a growing body of knowledge about the impact of access and participation activities and identify ways to overcome the challenges of evaluation.
18 Feb 2020Blog post
National Apprenticeship Week 2020 encourages us to ‘look beyond’ old preconceptions of apprenticeships. Dr Brooke Storer-Church discusses the increasing importance of degree apprenticeships to a diverse and inclusive higher education offer.
7 Feb 2020Blog post
One of the most influential people in the history of Title IX, the US anti-discrimination law, Dr Ann Olivarius discusses the Equality Act 2010.
9 Jan 2020Blog post
Our most recent Insight event focused on mental health among students, and harassment and sexual misconduct in higher education. Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Amy Norton, reflects on the event.
7 Jan 2020Blog post
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