Abstracts: Hong Kong looks to private sector for aid. Hong Kong heads oppose fast-track access scheme. Private revolution in the air
Abstracts: Hope amid the corruption. Studying the passed. Studying amid the shrapnel
Abstracts: Hopes fade for EU cash boost. After the deluge, the real troubles begin. What future for study of past?
Abstracts: Hot flush over HRT. How will history judge Horatio Nelson? Relax? You've got to be joking
Abstracts: Hotheads tempered in reports of blow-up. Science makes sense, but let's abandon peace. Mosquito or an airborne vaccinator?
Abstracts: Hot lecturers and nasty idealogues. An espresso at three in the morning is just so last year. Curse.com or blessing.net? Or be silent and take up stamp collecting
Abstracts: Hotline to knowledge exchange. Pilot confirms change needed. V-cs must grab political advantage
Abstracts: 'Hot' or not? Welcome to real time peer review. Hire a curly wig and wave your pointy stick... Don't like it? Don't go
Abstracts: 'Hounding' could led to another David Kelly case. Open day talk brings job to a close. Ordinary guy with surprise element
Abstracts: How 80,000 chemicals are waging sex war on us. Soil pollutants risk human resistance. Scientists add weight to anti-smoking campaign
Abstracts: How a law faculty got court out. Postgrad provision is patchy, Euro survey finds. The Auschwitz horror show; the future of the notorious death camp
Abstracts: How a tribal chief got buried in Liverpool. Pacific overtures. Get the picture?
Abstracts: How bacteria grew to love baseball. Salami slicers taken to task. Pork that could give us the chop
Abstracts: How bricks can build confidence. Shiny happy people. ...believe the Millionaire trial is more disturbing than The Truman Show
Abstracts: How Brits can bridge the Gulf. Digital dinosaurs; how long Macintosh's new breed of portables will last before being superseded
Abstracts: How deep is your learning. Drama in the laboratory. Dennis fights the menace
Abstracts: How did you perform? Pay fight threatens Labour proposal. Paisley puts the elite to shame
Abstracts: How does an expert join the ranks of the fame academy? The man who moved Mt Sinai. To boldly go and spread it about
Abstracts: How emu meat can solve your problems. A visual revolution gets on the starting grid. Starting early on statistics
Abstracts: How four walls could floor your creativity. Terrorism studies surge. Our stars were not born in a vacuum
Abstracts: How I fell out with Fat Puff and Bonbon. Bard bearded by heritage pedlars; the raging debate about teaching the 'Greats.'
Abstracts: Howls from a thicket of blood. Hybrid Bhabha. Losing a language to repair the past
Abstracts: How many v-cs are black? It's a painful time to be in the minority. Racism and discrimination against ethnic-minority staff infect academia
Abstracts: How much should a uni get to employ this man? Colleges overtake schools. Pundit becomes a prof
Abstracts: How rice and peas kept us warm for a few millennia. Fossils forecast a global scorcher. We need a change of climate to survive
Abstracts: How to be a Karl and not a Groucho in groups. Armed for a multitude of tasks. Perform when the lights dim
Abstracts: How to fight solitary confinement. Excellence in teaching must have prizes. It starts with the student
Abstracts: How to help students get that first job. Enrich a teaching portofolio. Get more out of case studies
Abstracts: How to ignite bright sparks. CATS among the pigeons. Elitism charge is challenged
Abstracts: How to keep a 'clearing' head. A well-cut lawn is not the only draw. Lure high-flyers before they peak
Abstracts: How to kick back when you're left on the shelf. Joined-up writing on the wall. Dining on data
Abstracts: How to liven up life in the laboratory. Spice up life in a big group. Dispel nerves in a lab novice
Abstracts: How to make campus a safer haven. Managers claim right to search staff as they tighten campus rules. Crackdown on campus
Abstracts: How to net the big bucks. Low seepage syndrome. Skeleton staff
Abstracts: How to parent a student. Aberdeen's rude awakening. Tact and discretion needed to enter tense, secretive regions
Abstracts: How to play and make it pay. Adventures on the cyber shop floor. The elusive past of je ne sais quoi
Abstracts: How to stop students dropping out. The marriage of teaching and research. The law of averages produces poor results
Abstracts: How to teach with excellence. Get students to run the show. How to put scholarship into teaching
Abstracts: How to think about terrorism. Redefining America's national interest: the complexity of values. Delusions of impartiality: the United Nations and intervention
Abstracts: How to turn thrifty lectures into rich jazz recitals. Spread the word on best practice. No room for cowboys in Colorado
Abstracts: How to win a Nobel prize. No levity when we levitate our frog. Cruel and calculating, but it's your best friend
Abstracts: How to: Woo students from overseas. To excel, simply remove red tape. A date with integration
Abstracts: How v-cs could play a loan hand. Where's the money for increased access? Institutions will finally enjoy era of autonomy
Abstracts: How we can engineer an independent genetics body. What a waste. Darling, forget about Kant for a moment, an undergraduate has just climbed through the window
Abstracts: How will history judge Horatio Nelson? Empowered by Pankhursts's struggle and other square pegs in round holes
Abstracts: HSE to act on staff stress. Research initiative brings fillip to North. Green means jobs galore
Abstracts: HSE to act on staff stress. Succeeded as a writer, now time for plan B. Personnel heads cool on rush for promotion
Abstracts: Huge student 'no' to boycott. Academics and business profit from expert help. Academics strike gold
Abstracts: Human nature totally explained. Just a phrase they're going through. Five years of Darwin seminars: a paradigm shift?
Abstracts: Human rights: the new double standard. The China question: does it mater? Animal rights claims: Some dangerous implications
Abstracts: Hungry for solid solutions. Blueprint for a new age. Repulse the march of the morons
Abstracts: Hunting the snark of destiny. Tug of war for knowledge. Parts greater than the federal whole
Abstracts: Hurdlers who stay the course. A course off the menu. A-team in the record books; success of the Open University's social science foundation course
Abstracts: Hustings brings out anger over pay dispute. The bigger the bill, the greater the gripes. Study of terrorism steps up to new level
Abstracts: Hustings brings out anger over pay dispute. What are you hiding in that brown paper bag ?. Weapons of choice for tree huggers
Abstracts: Hyped text in context. When words are not enough. Citation takes fast track to a dead end
Abstracts: Hypnosis finds safe haven in Sheffield. Teaching train on track. Tutor tip: bring your own mug
Abstracts: 'I cannot see any good argument for giving indiscriminate subsidies to students from countries richer than our own. The less we do so, the better'
Abstracts: Ideal way to lighten the load. Learn-to live longer. Developing countries 'cannot reverse brain drain', ACU told
Abstracts: Identity crisis for the new generation of teachers. Crisis in the exchange rate; why economists have failed to predict changes in the 'wealth of nations.'
Abstracts: 'I didn't want to make it easy for them to divide us'. Informal academy. Barefoot evangelist who helps the poor pull themselves up by their own bootstraps
Abstracts: 'I didn't want to make it easy for them to divide us'. 'There is a void at the heart of this country'. Flying in to be a critical friend to the far-flung
Abstracts: I dream of genomes. The execution of justice. In Goebbel's shadow
Abstracts: 'If an enterprise receives billions to spend as it sees fit, it should not be surprised to be asked for proof that the money is being put to good use'
Abstracts: 'I felt very isolated', says stunned critic. Campus believers preach Genesis. My prof is a bit stinky, snooty and very unhip
Abstracts: 'If I am just stuck doing nothing, I will go insane'. Hit all the right buttons or just flash the cash. Way to win more than just readers
Abstracts: If I were voted general secretary of the UCU.... Discretionary pay is 'lottery'. Employer of the Year
Abstracts: 'If students are really going to keep their noses to the grindstone for 40 weeks a year, they won't have much time to earn money on the side'
Abstracts: If the bill falls, the nation will pay a heavy price. Lib Dems rethink degrees. The ecological monster will not stay in shadows
Abstracts: If you can't buck the trend, help set it. Make room for Dali. New challenge: continuous quality improvement
Abstracts: If your asked to pass a failing student... A lottery in which we would all win. Decent degrees don't come cheap
Abstracts: Ignoring climate will land us in hot water. Chilly climate freezes talent. Gloves off for 'thinking man's Michael Moore'
Abstracts: 'I have no evidence that essay-writing skills are of much use in the job market outside of academe and the civil service. Driving is something else'
Abstracts: IIA Conference: 'No Failures, Only Lessons.' Elephant Memory Systems: Durable and Friendly with a Reliable Memory Just Like Its Namesake
Abstracts: 'I love you - you'll look great on my CV.'. Relatives' values. Blight on plan to rebuild wastelands
Abstracts: Image control. A message to voc ed: change or fade away. Success is in the details
Abstracts: Imagination and inspiration, please. Give students some credit. The lecturers worth their salt
Abstracts: Imagination and inspiration, please. Increased deposits on the next century. Congregation says its prayers
Abstracts: 'I'm a scholar not a terrorist'. ...believe drug prohibition is futile and should be scrapped. From first bud, drug ban was a real hash
Abstracts: Imparting wisdom via a wet sponge. Forget a common past, find a common future. Fight for an outpost of liberty
Abstracts: Imperial mint maker. Instil a little curiosity. Trying to refresh a sullied image
Abstracts: 'Improving affordability by cutting student aid is an idea that only a California Republican could advance with a straight face'
Abstracts: Improving the judicial system: unlocking the jury box. The jury trial needs reform; changing the rules. The jury on trial: another controversial case
Abstracts: In a class of their own; teachers training teachers. Social class still counts after students reach 21. Students give top marks to the trained: giving lecturers teachers training benefits everyone, according to an international study by Graham Gibbs and Martin Coffey
Abstracts: 'In a high unemployment economy, French young people have created a hierarchical, competitive tertiary system with strong similarities to our own'
Abstracts: 'In American public universities, if you want to have a good philosophy department, you need politicians to feel good about your football team'
Abstracts: In an age of enlightenment. A Firth who went forth to flourish in a foreign field. New enlightenment gives Kulturwissenschaft a chance to flourish
Abstracts: In a spin over fees. ...think British Nobel laureates will be hard to lure to Manchester University. This is the 3.7 billion pounds sterling question
Abstracts: Inclusion as social justice: Critical notes on discourses, assumptions, and the road ahead. Using technology in Reggio Emilia-inspired programs
Abstracts: Inconsistent penalties raise risk of legal action, Deech says. UCU to back older academics who feel 'superfluous'
Abstracts: Increase in mental illness on campus. Suicide don under 'huge stress' in job. Wildfowl threat on campus
Abstracts: In defense of history. From ancient Greece to modern America: why Western history matters. America's defense budget: our overstuffed armed forces
Abstracts: In defense of schools. A vision for education. Education in a fix
Abstracts: Independence with an eye on the wallet. Sir Ron picks dream team. A human face still beats net
Abstracts: 'In destroying German-speaking culture, Hitler laid the foundations for America's contemporary dominance and a truly global academic language'
Abstracts: India in hot pursuit of US elite. How the land of the free charged right to the top. UK leaps to global success
Abstracts: Indians exploit Aussie skills gap. Exiles find a home from home - of sorts. Law tops list for clearing intake
Abstracts: Indicted States of America. French connections. The paratrooping truffler
Abstracts: Induction: A collective endeavor of learning, teaching and leading. Teaching teachers to build equitable classrooms
Abstracts: Industrial labs held in high regard. Beijing leads Asia's march to the forefront. Harvard rules the medical world
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