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Career - Event - 13.11.2023
University of Manchester and Greater Manchester host finals of UK’s biggest skill competition

Career - Innovation - 09.11.2023
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and KLM join forces with Delft University of Technology for the future of work in baggage handling halls
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and KLM join forces with Delft University of Technology for the future of work in baggage handling halls
Delft University of Technology researchers are launching a study on a new way of working and innovations at Schiphol's baggage handling halls.

Environment - Career - 09.11.2023
Biggest ever UK Climate Fresk workshops take place at University of Bath
Biggest ever UK Climate Fresk workshops take place at University of Bath

Law - Career - 07.11.2023
Attorney General gives career talk to UCL law students

Health - Career - 06.11.2023
’Get back to school’ headlines eroded teacher wellbeing during the pandemic
Intense public pressure on teachers to "get back to school" during the COVID-19 lockdowns deepened an already widespread sense that they were undervalued, and left some actively rethinking their careers, research shows. The finding comes from newly published research, following on from an earlier study with a small group of primary and secondary teachers during lockdown.

Law - Career - 06.11.2023
New Schlegel Chair at the University of Bonn
New Schlegel Chair at the University of Bonn

Campus - Career - 03.11.2023
Every gift counts

Health - Career - 03.11.2023
Nursing homes hardest hit by health care employment declines
EXPERT Q&A Among health care job sectors, nursing homes have been the most adversely affected by declines in employment growth since the pandemic-a rate more than triple that of hospitals or physician offices, says a University of Michigan researcher.

Career - Innovation - 02.11.2023
The future of work: 3/2, 2/3, or 0/4?
The future of work: 3/2, 2/3, or 0/4?
How productive are we when we work from home? It's an increasingly common question. But Gudela Grote believes it's the wrong question, because it says more about our conceptions of human nature than about effective ways of working. 2020 proved that being flexible about where we work (and the hours we work) can benefit employees and employers.

Career - Environment - 01.11.2023
Expert insight: Ensuring Alberta's oil and gas workers have jobs during the energy transition
Expert insight: Ensuring Alberta’s oil and gas workers have jobs during the energy transition
Retraining Alberta's oil and gas workers for the solar industry costs far less than you think. The results of our new study clearly show that a rapid transition to sustainable energy production is feasible , as costs of retraining oil and gas workers are far from prohibitive.

Life Sciences - Career - 01.11.2023
Charles Underwood appointed Professor of Plant Genome Engineering

Pedagogy - Career - 31.10.2023
Marian Thunnissen appointed as endowed professor Lifelong Learning with and within Higher Education

Career - 31.10.2023
Jackie Carter named in the Disability Power 100

Health - Career - 30.10.2023
Care home network aims to reduce infections
Care home network aims to reduce infections
A new pilot scheme to monitor infections in care homes across England is being co-led by UCL researchers.

Career - Innovation - 27.10.2023
Tracking down the myth of a shortage of skilled workers
Tracking down the myth of a shortage of skilled workers

Economics - Career - 27.10.2023
How to navigate the early-stage startup founder path

Career - Campus - 27.10.2023
Turning engineers into well-rounded communicators

Career - 26.10.2023
Knowledge of ’high culture’ helps to find a good job
Radboud sociologists Roza Meuleman and Gerbert Kraaykamp discovered that it is easier to find a good job if you are familiar with the culture of higher socioeconomic status groups.

Campus - Career - 25.10.2023
Further development of the Master's program in Applied Psychology at the FHNW
Further development of the Master’s program in Applied Psychology at the FHNW

Environment - Career - 25.10.2023
New Professor Albert Klein Tank named Scientific Director of Delta Climate Center

Career - 25.10.2023
TU Graz experts: Julia Hutter, Michaela Feier-Osmann, Heide Jöbstl
TU Graz experts: Julia Hutter, Michaela Feier-Osmann, Heide Jöbstl

Pedagogy - Career - 25.10.2023
E-mail from... TU Graz
E-mail from... TU Graz

Campus - Career - 23.10.2023
Graduates of the University of Vienna strengthen our economy and society
Graduates of the University of Vienna strengthen our economy and society

Career - Campus - 23.10.2023
Nobel Prize in Economics at 2023 to Claudia Goldin
The 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to US economist Claudia Goldin, a professor at Harvard University " for having advanced our understanding of women's labour market outcomes " and for her research on how to achieve gender equality in the workplace.

Career - Campus - 20.10.2023
Mentoring programme for female students
Mentoring programme for female students

Career - Environment - 20.10.2023
Researcher to benefit from £80m Royal Society funding to develop sustainable plastics

Economics - Career - 19.10.2023
New MoU signed between the University of Glasgow and Glasgow Clyde College

Career - 19.10.2023
Introducing the minimum wage in the UK made high incomes more acceptable to the lowest paid workers
Workers who benefitted from the Labour government's minimum wage policy change became more tolerant of high incomes and more inclined to vote Conservative. Academics at Cardiff University used data from the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) to compare workers' opinions and voting intentions before and after the introduction of the National Minimum Wage, which came into force in 1999.

Career - Innovation - 19.10.2023
University of Bonn joins cooperation network Femtec

Campus - Career - 19.10.2023
New Master's degree programmes from autumn 2024
New Master’s degree programmes from autumn 2024

Career - 19.10.2023
Housing now the highest priority for Australians
Housing now the highest priority for Australians
Half of Australians now consider housing our biggest national priority, according to the latest report from the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) at the University of Sydney Business School.

Career - Economics - 19.10.2023
Q&A: UW expert on rise of younger, less experienced bosses in the workplace
If you're older than your boss, you're not alone. Supervisors are traditionally associated with higher status markers such as age, education and tenure than their subordinates.

Campus - Career - 17.10.2023
Institute for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Societies (ISNO): the University Executive Board takes measures
Institute for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Societies (ISNO): the University Executive Board takes measures

Career - 12.10.2023
Emerging labour market requires new regulation
Emerging labour market requires new regulation

Career - Research Management - 11.10.2023
SUB Director moves to FIZ Karlsruhe
SUB Director moves to FIZ Karlsruhe

Career - Social Sciences - 11.10.2023
A 1% increase in the number of workers in the cultural sector would increase life expectancy by 5.2 months
A 1% increase in the number of workers in the cultural sector would increase life expectancy by 5.2 months
A 1% increase in the proportion of workers in the cultural and creative sectors would increase life expectancy at birth by 5.2 months in Tuscany (Italy).

Innovation - Career - 11.10.2023
Structural stimulus for valorization at TU/e
Structural stimulus for valorization at TU/e

Career - 11.10.2023
Taming inflation in the U.S
Taming inflation in the U.S

Psychology - Career - 09.10.2023
Ioana Vrabiescu researches emotional dimension of border control with NWO grant
Ioana Vrabiescu researches emotional dimension of border control with NWO grant

Pedagogy - Career - 09.10.2023
Parents and caregivers: an interview with Aimée Sakes and DirkJan Veeger

Career - 06.10.2023
Tilburg University puts strategic focus on Broad Prosperity

Career - Innovation - 05.10.2023
Gendered discrimination and disrespect ’all too common’ in legal profession
A new report, Designing Gender Equality into the Future of The Law examines the experience of women in the law including discrimination, harassment and overwork. Women outnumber men in the legal profession across Australia but remain subject to persistent discrimination and harassment and are increasingly vulnerable to tech-enabled overwork and the automation of legal tasks, according to new research from the University of Sydney Business School and Australian National University.

Health - Career - 04.10.2023
Discrimination is the biggest career obstacle for women of colour in the NHS
Anesthetist Working In Operating Theatre Wearing Protecive Gear checking monitors while sedating patient before surgical procedure in hospital In March 2023, NHS midwife Olukemi Akinmeji won an employ

Career - 03.10.2023
Railway workers' strike action in September/October 2023
Railway workers’ strike action in September/October 2023

Career - Event - 03.10.2023
Carnegie Mellon University Announces Recipients of Southwest Pennsylvania Build Back Better Subawards

Health - Career - 03.10.2023
New $81M NIH grant will help US answer urgent need for better dementia care
National Dementia Workforce Study will survey those who work in homes, hospitals, clinics, assisted living facilities and nursing homes, yielding data to improve care and inform policy Watching a loved one suffer the slow decline of dementia is hard enough.

Career - Pedagogy - 02.10.2023
'As dean, I can make a greater impact for the young generation of scientists'
’As dean, I can make a greater impact for the young generation of scientists’

Career - Social Sciences - 02.10.2023
Poverty, unemployment, terrorism and global kleptocracy celebrated for real-world impacts
Four extraordinary projects involving Oxford academics, which bring research impact to real-world issues, have today been shortlisted for a prestigious 'Celebrating Impact Prize' by the government's Economic and Social Research Council.

Campus - Career - 02.10.2023
Women, minority faculty less likely to negotiate pay or seek other job opportunities
Study (PDF): Gender and Race-Based Differences in Negotiating Behavior among Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty at Four-Year Institutions Race and gender inequities in faculty representation and support have been widely acknowledged, but a new University of Michigan study reveals a previously underexplored contributor to disparities in pay and employment conditions: negotiation behavior.

Politics - Career - 02.10.2023
Finding solidarity in the teachers’ lounge
MIT PhD candidate Elizabeth Parker-Magyar finds close workplace networks among educators drive their activism even outside of democracies.