Abstracts: Picky, coddled students: make them read Beowulf. Caught in the crossfire of conflicting cultures. Get back on course
Abstracts: Picture this: a way of learning that brings down traditional barriers of place and time. A marriage heading for failure; the Republicans' embrace of traditional morality
Abstracts: Pillar of tolerance. Professional partners. Foucault: will Naomi wear it?
Abstracts: Pioneers take business courses to great distances. Has the pen lost its might? Maps, manuscripts, canoes and chipmunks breathe life into epic
Abstracts: Piracy and terrorism: The threat to the world's oil. What's the big deal about oil? How we can get oil policy right
Abstracts: Pirate turned explorer. Time to cut the cables? Portal power
Abstracts: Pirate turned explorer. Uni-Nanny is watching. Kingston bursting, says QAA
Abstracts: Plagiarise ... only be sure to call it research. Old scripts, new insights. The perpetual outsider
Abstracts: Plagiarism edict slated. Litigation fear lets cheats off hook. Cyber sleuths hunt for a way to end plagiarism
Abstracts: Plagiarism stems from a loss of scholarly ideals. Tick yes to raise the standard. Institutions wither in the quality straitjacket
Abstracts: Plague in their midst. Dancing with borrowed shoes. Stalled on the way to the market; slow progress towards European unity of courses and qualifications
Abstracts: Plan for the worst, hope for the best. New RCA rector seeks lucrative commissions. Privates on parade
Abstracts: Play fair in fieldwork. A therapist who truly is on autopilot. Be sensitive to Chinese minds
Abstracts: Playing Paris for a fortune. Playing uncle to Bulgaria. Playing it by ear
Abstracts: Playing the piper, calling up the tune. Digi-data and all that jazz. A site for women of science
Abstracts: 'Play "Let it Be" or I'll scream all night.'. Trowels and tribulations. Pioneer tries to turn Aids tide
Abstracts: Playthings of a higher mind. Mind over patter will kill spin. Only the hand of God could have conjured up the mind of mankind
Abstracts: Play with your food, so long as you eat it. 'The lecturer will strike a bargain. He will provide handouts and the term paper will require students to tell the lecturer what the handouts told them'
Abstracts: Plaza suite in the stars. A cultural evolution. Late show stars in the mainstream; has cultural studies really arrived?
Abstracts: Pleased as Punch with Judy. Don't know if the drugs war is being won or lost? A lost altar to science
Abstracts: Please don go breaking my heart. Minister for cool parties tells kids: aim high. Box barbarians: the results
Abstracts: 'Please don't come around, we're having a bloody nightmare'. Would Austria really want to hear the truth of its Nazi past?
Abstracts: 'Please don't come around, we're having a bloody nightmare'. part 2 Explain it all to the general public? Labsolutely
Abstracts: Poachers open back door to students. Why the Windsors are more than a tabloid farce. Don't let them nod off at the back
Abstracts: 'Poet' is fired over 'offensive' racist rhyme. The stars, the moon and music from a balloon. Manchester offer entices laureate
Abstracts: Poetry in motion. Making the best of a bard job. A voyager on well versed seas
Abstracts: Pointing the camera at the big shots. Flying standard for quality. Big shoes, first steps; the promotion of Derbyshire College of Education to university status
Abstracts: Points of view. The View from Silicon Row: Part Two
Abstracts: Poland launches institute designed to promote European integration. A double first in Far East for Notts
Abstracts: Policies behind poverty. You have to get dirty if you want to clean up. In the right place for the wrong reason
Abstracts: 'Policies that were tried and trashed a while back resurface, gleaming and newly hatched. Yet the ministers and civil servants are completely unaware'
Abstracts: Policy framework missing. A year of chatter but little money. Lots of questions but too few answers
Abstracts: Political circus fails to attract the big crowds. Middle-class posturing or a victorious fight for real changes?
Abstracts: Political correctness, campus malaise. CHESS move to back key players. Monumental idea in need of repair
Abstracts: Political correctness, campus malaise. Tomorrow's world on the doorstep. Title fight for freedom
Abstracts: 'Political' issues, not old affiliations, will decide result. Sports is ahead of field
Abstracts: Political tunnel vision is today's real terror. Don't send in the tanks. The fear and self loathing in Las Vegas
Abstracts: Politician warns Welsh will flock to leave unless alliance shifts. Cardiff's exit tests federal unity..
Abstracts: Poll finds elite top cheats list. Mental health crisis on campus. Careerist mentality rises with top-ups
Abstracts: Poll reveals pressure to dumb down. Courses get down to brass tacks. Won't let the sun go down on me
Abstracts: Poor pay sends lecturers away. Ramsden report is call for action. Africa must look beyond its borders to prosper
Abstracts: Poor reap benefits of boom years. Furore over hidden files. A swastika glimmers in the Cross's shadow
Abstracts: Portal combat. Slave trade sees no let-up 200 years on. Cheats playing institutions against each other on appeal
Abstracts: Post-cold war security: a view from the USSR. Collapsing into anarchy: saving failed states. Neonationalism and global politics: an era of separatism
Abstracts: Post-cold war security: a view from the USSR. The new interventionists: civil wars and human rights. Back to the womb? Isolationism's renewed threat
Abstracts: Post colonial paradoxes and posters from the edge. Who's pulling your strings?. Who cares if you want to study for a degree?
Abstracts: Postdocs cover for teaching shortfall. One-off payouts hit pound sterling 125k. Morris praises learning per se
Abstracts: Postgrad boom for ex-polys. Poll finds campus swings to Tories. Out-and-out rebel and master of the ballot box
Abstracts: Postgraduate to take race case to the Lords. Serial litigant hits UKPd100K mark. Student to take Oxford to court
Abstracts: Potential IT cost savings are lost in translation. Refuge of the outcast? Partners in progress
Abstracts: [pounds sterling]1K a visit for RAE checkup. Open your hearts. Israel torn apart by 'reforms'
Abstracts: [pounds sterling]5K is limit for postgrad study. Bids invited for mutual gain. Regions lose skills as PhDs follow jobs
Abstracts: [pounds sterling]5K is limit for postgrad study. Creatives urged to embrace business. Star whose eye was draw to the dark side by a punk rant
Abstracts: [pounds sterling]7.5m to spur alumni giving. Contract clouds future outlook. Dearth of new blood will stifle research
Abstracts: [pounds sterling]8m pot to coax wary publicists. Dr/DJ samples two sides of life in career mix. Egghead who goes to work on students
Abstracts: Power and human rights: a post-Cold War dilemma. Marketing multiculturalism. From the one, many: the multiculturalist threat
Abstracts: Power and sex in the family. Why fraternity cannot be cloned. Family belonging
Abstracts: Power and the market. The future is science. Universities drowning under dual titles waves
Abstracts: Power in partnerships. Participation down... A-level grades up. Thought for food; research into what shapes our gastronomic likes and dislikes
Abstracts: Power to the people. King's punished for closure. Farewell to Luton, hello Bedfordshire
Abstracts: Power to the regions. Rectors accused of freemason link. Berlinguer's soft revolution
Abstracts: PQA 'must be in place for 2008'. Law schools in dock over race. Hefce focus on lecture costs
Abstracts: Practice imperfect. Crusaders for a truly free flow of ideas. Bring a comfy chair to the lab in your search for inspiration
Abstracts: Practice imperfect. Oddball heroes on the left-field of dreams. 'It's hard to imagine that anyone embarks on an academic career for financial reward, but additional income is likely to be welcome'
Abstracts: ...predict a looming staff crisis in higher education. Only Islam will remain. Only a spin doctor would prescribe a graduate tax. Labour's purported remedy for the crisis in universities is only a superficial solution, argues Kenneth Baker
Abstracts: Preserving balance among the Great Powers. Executive order. China world impact: Guessing its direction
Abstracts: President caught up in gangster family ties. Out and about in Bible Belt. Grey days can be heydays
Abstracts: Presidential farce costs over $3.6m. Campus bid to cut emissions. Database to clock performance in accountability drive
Abstracts: Presidential power: it's less than we think. What main street can learn from malls. Spending time: do we have more or less today?
Abstracts: Press clanger. Brutality management. Safe but sorry?
Abstracts: Pretoria's plan proposes tiers and mergers but no money. SA dentist helps to heal racial abscess. SA tightens its grip on ethics
Abstracts: Preventive action - or legal conflict. Stellar parents that burn too brightly. If it's for the public good, shouldn't the public pay?
Abstracts: Prick up your ears. Quest for healing. What lies beneath
Abstracts: Primal life force under the ice. Hold fire ! This epic vessel has only just set sail .... With string, science has tied itself in knots
Abstracts: Primate suspect. More Gaitskells, fewer Hugh Grants. The interesting hole in Yucatan
Abstracts: Primate suspects in Piltdown prank. Where Hippocrates meets Socrates. Would-be doctors' guides that make you better--or your money back
Abstracts: Prince stands accused in honours row. Royalties coup boosts science. Top job goes to Eastwood
Abstracts: Priorities for welfare. Hotline for not-so-blind data. Synthesis (trends) (Times Higher Supplement)
Abstracts: Private academy with home roots and West vision. You need tunnel vision to spend summer here. Coordinated vision
Abstracts: Private heads curb bias claim. Activists targeted, claim lecturers. Unions claim victory in vote to cause 'chaos' by boycott
Abstracts: Private heads curb bias claim. Visa crisis harms UK, Blair told. Bristol 'proud' of state school pupil surge
Abstracts: Private lives of public places: Labour is strongly in favour of public-private initiatives, but what are the implications for institutions?
Abstracts: Private revolution in the air. Distinct lack of ebony in the ivory towers. Golden diamond outshines rest
Abstracts: Private sector muscles in. Fresh blow to federal future. Moves to get the NHS fighting fit
Abstracts: Privates in Tanzania. Turn on the green light. Keeper of the plains and the forests
Abstracts: Privilege was not disturbed by upheaval. Student living is priciest in Britain. Demand grows in spite of debt
Abstracts: Prizes lost in 'golden triangle'. Plagiarists face clampdown. Race victor: my work 'nightmare'
Abstracts: Probing the great divide. Creating the citizen scientist. Multi-dimensional man
Abstracts: Problem-Solving: Your Key to Creative Thinking. Career Information System Facilitates Career Choices. Integrating Thinking Skills into the Content Areas
Abstracts: Professional promiscuity; were rumours of the demise of the MBA exaggerated? Fish you were here..
Abstracts: Profit and loss on the pulse of a nation. Insanity plea. Injection of reality prescribed
Abstracts: Profits without honour. Thoroughly modern Millie. Doomsday revisited
Abstracts: Programmed for partnership. Help for Florida's students and marine industry. Going to bat for businesses at Indiana's Ivy Tech
Abstracts: Programming a future through voc ed. Chef Kelly's dream of business ownership. "Academic snobs" have a lot to learn
Abstracts: Promoting positive youth development in schools. Ethnic and racial identity and adolescent well-being. Adolescents' moral engagement in urban settings
Abstracts: Promoting systemic, statewide inclusion from the bottom up. Literate thought and multiple literacies. The role of 1:1 individual instruction in reading
Abstracts: Proof in the pudding. From con to icon and other risky journeys. Science of Sunday roast and sex in space
Abstracts: Proof that a woman's touch can help in global games. Alternative kind of guy whips it up in the US. Ear for the death rattle of an empire
Abstracts: Prosaic push to preserve Russia's poetic genius. 8.1% of professors are women. Patching the full metal jacket
Abstracts: Pros and cons of a super league. The elitism of 'people like us.'(developing transferable skills in university students; Personal View)(Column)
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