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Career - Health - 06.04.2020
The SNF rewards ten research projects submitted by USI
At the first of two annual rounds of Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) grants, ten proposals submitted by USI researchers have received a positive response, with projects involving the many disciplines present at the University.

Health - Career - 06.04.2020
UQ fast tracks nurses in response to COVID-19 pandemic
Nursing students can progress their studies and enter the workforce sooner, thanks to a partnership between The University of Queensland (UQ) and Metro South Hospital and Health Service (MSHHS).

Career - Business / Economics - 03.04.2020
Covid-19: ’Recall clause’ could alleviate worker anxiety
A 'recall clause' for workers employed by businesses significantly hit by the coronavirus pandemic could help alleviate worker anxiety, and encourage them to take stopgap jobs that are urgently required to face the heath crisis, suggests a new study UCL study.

Career - Business / Economics - 03.04.2020
’Recall clause’ could alleviate worker anxiety
A 'recall clause' for workers employed by businesses significantly hit by the coronavirus pandemic could help alleviate worker anxiety, and encourage them to take stopgap jobs that are urgently required to face the heath crisis, suggests a new study UCL study.

Career - Business / Economics - 02.04.2020
With record unemployment filings, federal stimulus will help, but more is needed
As an economist and director of the California Policy Lab, Till von Wachter is continually spearheading research projects and policy recommendations related to labor and employment as well as homelessness, education and crime.

Physics - Career - 01.04.2020
Christian Rüegg new Director of the Paul Scherrer Institute
Christian Rüegg new Director of the Paul Scherrer Institute
The Swiss Federal Council already elected him as PSI's new Director last November. Today (1 April), Christian Rüegg took over the helm at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI in difficult times. The coronavirus pandemic is also a challenge for large organisations and employers like PSI. However, PSI's unique research facilities also offer opportunities for researching the virus and thus finding ways to combat it.

Career - Administration - 31.03.2020
ERC Advanced Grants for two KU Leuven researchers
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded its Advanced Grants for groundbreaking research. Two KU Leuven researchers are among this year's recipients: engineer Bart De Moor and philosopher Jan Opsomer.

Life Sciences - Career - 31.03.2020
Three Researchers at Freie Universität Receive Grants from the European Research Council
ERC Advanced Grants for Biochemist Volker Haucke, Science Historian Mathieu Ossendrijver, and Linguist Friedemann Pulvermüller No 060/2020 from Mar 31, 2020 Researchers at Freie Universität Berlin have received three prestigious ERC Advanced Grants from the European Research Council (ERC).

Health - Career - 30.03.2020
The productivity pitfalls of working from home in the age of COVID-19
Nicholas Bloom is widely known for his research showing the benefits of working from home. But in the current coronavirus crisis, the economist fears productivity will plummet.

Career - 27.03.2020
Dr Christine Yao announced as BBC New Generation Thinker
Dr Christine 'Xine' Yao (UCL English) has been named as one of this year's 'New Generation Thinkers' by the BBC and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

Career - Business / Economics - 27.03.2020
Boundaries take on new meanings
Boundaries take on new meanings
With many of us thrown into an unusual work situation, now's a good moment to think about boundaries, says Gudela Grote.

Social Sciences - Career - 24.03.2020

Chemistry - Career - 18.03.2020
Two chemistry researchers win Westpac Research Fellowships
Associate Professor Alice Motion and Dr Yu Heng Lau, both from the School of Chemistry in the Faculty of Science, have won Westpac Research Fellowships.

Social Sciences - Career - 18.03.2020
Analysis: Remote working is the new normal for many, but it comes with hidden risks
PhD researcher Dave Cook (UCL Anthropology) provides insights from his new research to help newly remote workers manage the common hurdles during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Business / Economics - Career - 17.03.2020
Coronavirus response a ’vast experiment’ that’s changing U.S. workplaces
During a coronavirus-related shutdown, vulnerable workers, like these farm workers in Georgia, may have little or no access to sick pay or unemployment insurance and be faced with an impossible choice between their income and their health.

Health - Career - 06.03.2020
Millions of US workers at risk of infections on the job, UW researchers calculate, emphasizing need to protect against COVID-19
Millions of US workers at risk of infections on the job, UW researchers calculate, emphasizing need to protect against COVID-19
A University of Washington researcher calculates that 14.4 million workers face exposure to infection once a week and 26.7 million at least once a month in the workplace, pointing to an

Linguistics / Literature - Career - 06.03.2020

Computer Science / Telecom - Career - 06.03.2020
Why we need to undo gender stereotypes for the future of work
Why we need to undo gender stereotypes for the future of work
When Professor Judy Wajcman was visiting the U.S. in 2018 to research Silicon Valley culture, this was one of the first questions she was asked.

Business / Economics - Career - 05.03.2020

Health - Career - 04.03.2020
Women paid less than men even at highest levels of academic medicine
See us on twitter See us on youtube See us on linkedin See us on instagram Women's salaries trailed men's in a national survey of department chairs at public medical schools, according to a survey by Stanford and UCSF researchers.

Academic Rankings - Career - 04.03.2020

Career - Event - 04.03.2020

Business / Economics - Career - 02.03.2020
Fathers in the Workplace Toolkit launched to help organisations better support working fathers
Researchers from the University of Birmingham have launched a " Fathers in the Workplace Toolkit ", to help organisations be more inclusive of fathers and support them to balance their work and parenting roles, which will be launched today in the House of Commons.

Business / Economics - Career - 02.03.2020

Career - 28.02.2020
Research sheds light on injustices faced by LGBT asylum claimants
Research sheds light on injustices faced by LGBT asylum claimants
Sussex research sheds light on injustices faced by LGBT asylum claimants A team of researchers in the School of Law, Politics and Sociology are working on a project to report on the often harrowing e

Event - Career - 27.02.2020
President Reif testifies before Congress on U.S. competitiveness
"To stay ahead, the U.S. needs to do more to capitalize on our own strengths," he tells representatives.
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