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Career - Administration - 01.02.2019
Ghent University approves new career policy for research staff
On 1 February 2019, the Board of Governors of Ghent University approved the new regulations for research staff (WP), that improve the contract regulations, and offer a supplementary pension to all WP in line with market practice.

Administration - 01.02.2019
What the U.S. suspension of its nuclear arms treaty with Russia means
U.S. suspension of the INF Treaty - the first step toward withdrawing from the 1987 arms control agreement - allows Russia to develop and deploy missiles that can travel between 3,000-5,500 miles, according to a Stanford scholar with diplomatic experience in the region.

Administration - Economics / Business - 01.02.2019

Social Sciences - Administration - 31.01.2019
UofG social scientists awarded £1.15m over four years
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) ihas announced £27m of funding for Impact Acceleration Accounts (IAAs) at research organisations across the UK.

Administration - Environment - 31.01.2019
Who should foot the bill for energy transition costs?
The British public supports a transition to a low-carbon energy system, and is willing to shoulder some of the costs, on the condition that energy companies and government accept their fair share of responsibility, according to a study carried out by Cardiff University researchers.

Career - Administration - 30.01.2019

Administration - 29.01.2019

Administration - Economics / Business - 25.01.2019

Economics / Business - Administration - 25.01.2019
Financial Services Royal Commission final report - UQ experts available
University of Queensland experts are available to comment on the final report of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry.

Administration - 24.01.2019
League tables ‘punish and reward wrong schools’, new analysis shows
Secondary school league tables, published today [24 January], 'punish and reward the wrong schools' by failing to take pupil background into account, according to new research from the University of Bristol.

Administration - 24.01.2019
Staff survey reveals pride in Stanford and confidence in its future
Results from a recent survey indicate that the vast majority of Stanford staff members are proud to work at the university, find meaning in their work and feel confident in the institution's future.

Administration - Career - 23.01.2019
What to know about France’s yellow vest movement
The yellow vest movement in France, which began as a protest against increased fuel taxes, has taken on a much broader agenda, according to a Stanford economist who recently taught in Paris.

Administration - Event - 23.01.2019

Economics / Business - Administration - 22.01.2019
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's tax hike idea is not about soaking the rich
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s tax hike idea is not about soaking the rich
This article was written by UC Berkeley economics professors Gabriel Zucman and Emmanuel Saez. It first appeared in the New York Times .

Administration - Career - 22.01.2019
The shutdown and Berkeley: Q&A with Vice Chancellor Randy Katz
The shutdown and Berkeley: Q&A with Vice Chancellor Randy Katz
As the longest federal government shutdown in U.S. history heads into a second month, Berkeley News talked with Vice Chancellor for Research Randy Katz , professor of electrical enginee

Administration - Social Sciences - 15.01.2019
Radical new preventative approach needed as figures reveal £1.77bn mental health treatment gap for young people
A radical new Government Strategy focused on preventing, and not just treating, mental ill health in young people is required as a report by the University of Birmingham reveals today that an additional £1.77bn funding and 23,800 staff are needed to plug the current treatment gap.

Administration - 10.01.2019
Evans School researchers study options for possible Washington public bank
Evans School researchers study options for possible Washington public bank
If Washington state were to establish a public bank, what type of bank might work best? One that can provide targeted products and services to local governments across the state, says a new report by University of Washington researchers from the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance.

Linguistics / Literature - Administration - 10.01.2019

Health - Administration - 09.01.2019
Delving into community health and HIV in Brazil
In a landmark study, a UM researcher determined that community involvement, coupled with federal funding, improved health outcomes in most municipalities in Brazil.

Administration - 08.01.2019
Iceboxes and jail: A week helping immigrant mothers and children held at the border
Iceboxes and jail: A week helping immigrant mothers and children held at the border
Paula Raffaelli has had almost four weeks to process the one week she spent in December in Dilley, Texas.

Pedagogy - Administration - 07.01.2019
Efforts to lift children and families could fit California’s budget, new study says
Awarding parents more time with newborns and easing access to preschool could fit within Gov. Gavin Newsom's first state budget, according to UC Berkeley researchers.

Administration - Economics / Business - 07.01.2019

Administration - Mathematics - 07.01.2019

Architecture - Administration - 05.01.2019

Physics - Administration - 19.12.2018

Administration - 18.12.2018
29 Joint Research Projects for Berlin and Oxford
Berlin partners and the University of Oxford consolidate their cooperation - Joint press release of Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, and Charit

Economics / Business - Administration - 18.12.2018

Administration - 17.12.2018
'We are transforming our university into a place where talent once again feels valued and nurtured'
’We are transforming our university into a place where talent once again feels valued and nurtured’
Our university should once again belong to the academics, rather than the bureaucracy, writes the rector of Ghent University, Rik Van de Walle.

Administration - 14.12.2018
Does Parliament hold the key to solving the Brexit treaty problem?
As Brexit negotiations rumble on with no sign of resolution, researchers have suggested that we could make future government negotiations easier by giving Parliament a larger role in treaty-making.

Materials Science - Administration - 14.12.2018

Administration - Life Sciences - 14.12.2018

Administration - Computer Science - 13.12.2018
Rise in Brexit related Hate Crime to be Focus of New Research Lab
Researchers at Cardiff University have been awarded grants totalling £1 million for the new HateLab, tasked with assessing the impact of national events on levels of hate crime and speech.

Administration - 12.12.2018

Health - Administration - 12.12.2018
$14.5m Gates Foundation grant to help improve global healthcare
A $14.5m grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will help an Imperial group improve and expand healthcare access in developing countries.

Administration - 10.12.2018

Career - Administration - 07.12.2018
Ghent University is changing course with a new career model for professorial staff (ZAP)
Ghent University dares to think. Ghent University also dares to push its own boundaries. On December 7 the Board of Governors has approved a new career and evaluation model for professorial staff (ZAP) as well as the accompanying regulations.

Administration - Mathematics - 07.12.2018