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Abstracts: And you may ask yourself.... Mother church's dissenting daughter. (Mary Daly, theologian). Merger mania hits cash-strapped campuses
Abstracts: An energetic quantum leap. Dare we toss out the test? Of babies and bath water
Abstracts: An enfant terrible reaches maturity. Fire up the little Einsteins. A lifelong fling with Highlands and Islands
Abstracts: A neuro-noir journey to the centre of the mind. Invisible hand has to be led by us all. It's not even the end of the beginning
Abstracts: An evil man or a man for wicked times? A few first principals for a booming third sector. Facts don't reflect myths of power
Abstracts: A new beginning for a strained relationship. ...believe universities should be more like businesses. 'It is far more glamorous to wine and dine people who can tell you about 3G mobile phones than to talk about improving bus punctuality'
Abstracts: A new fabric of reality? Science in a farewell to arms. Put science in context - life is not like a box of Lego
Abstracts: A new twist in an old turn of phrase. Does the devil eat hot dogs? Catholic Church vs saviour of childless
Abstracts: An eye on big results with small price tags. Baby-boomers crisis warning. Exploring Mars on planet Earth
Abstracts: Anger after DFES spurns warnings. Colleges to join top-up crowd. Ministers favour RAE elite
Abstracts: An intellectual vacuum. This principle is not negotiable. You'll always be my baby
Abstracts: An invitation to dine at the periodic table. Bulls and blaspheming beasts. This test 'makes everyone look sick'
Abstracts: Anita takes the plunge in Bath. Derby in China fraud probe. 'Fame school' hit by crisis of management
Abstracts: An outrageous optimist finds freedom in the cells. Lesson 1: difficulty of being excellent. Mann vs military giant
Abstracts: A novel, super concept. A vision of poetry in motion. Pilgrims with tales to tell
Abstracts: A novel take on healing the sick. Search for a fractured past starts with a few photos and trinkets. Slavery on our doorstep
Abstracts: Anticipating labor force needs. Task force. A genuine tour de force in an age of ephemeral enthusiasms
Abstracts: Anti-racist myth scotched. Grape expectations. Prodi government fails to deliver cash
Abstracts: A nuclear reactionary. The busy body. In the family way
Abstracts: Anxious heads wrangle over RAE. Sussex PhDs in search of utopia seek wealthy allies. Tony fibs, little fudges and 900 entirely fictional patients
Abstracts: A path out of poverty for Oklahoman. Warning signs at the rebirth of an idea: innovative and market-led approaches to patient care are being reflected in specialist training
Abstracts: A paying audience. Universal picture. Audience previews universal picture
Abstracts: A personable organiser. One in four students drops out. Nation of farmers harvests scholars
Abstracts: A PFI marriage of convenience. How can Cinderella join her big sister at the ball. Judgement day for dentistry experts
Abstracts: A pilgrim's progress report. We can't safeguard heritage all alone. The masters who married modernism with magic
Abstracts: A piper who does not play the payers' tune. Famous for the wrong reasons. Different does not mean worse
Abstracts: A place at the table of despair. A place to spot the future. The coldest place on earth
Abstracts: A place for everyone in a joined-up lifelong sector. At last adult learners are on the government agenda. Collaboration is the future
Abstracts: A positive thinker with a keen eye for the big planetary picture. A more human scale to the maps
Abstracts: 'A possibility is that a degree is used by employers as an easy way to draw a line between the folk they are willing to employ and those they are not'
Abstracts: 'Appalling' writing skills drive tutors to seek help. Minimum English standard is set too low, tutors say. Social science PhD students short on quantitative skills, study finds
Abstracts: Applications surge elates universities. In the UK, you find you're on your own. Women find their way up the ladder
Abstracts: Apply saline solution. Academics will lead the chimp in new-look NHS. A NICE way to run the NHS
Abstracts: A prescription for a capital's health. From the wellspring of disaster rise faint hopes. Green menace in a sea of red tape
Abstracts: A pure genius at work. Darkness in the Catholic confessional. GM seeds of hope
Abstracts: A question of money. A reference that should be sought. Closed files on open minds
Abstracts: A quiet tendency to spread the word. Europe's bitter harvest; EC biotechnology monitoring has failed to reassure public
Abstracts: A rationale for civic education: preparing for democracy. Individual and community: civic participation. Media and democracy: hand in hand?
Abstracts: A rationale for differentiating instruction in the regular classroom. Styles of thinking as a basis of differentiated instruction
Abstracts: Arbitrary rules which impede learning. Fooled in paradise: Margaret Mead's anthropological work was the cornerstone upon which much of the edifice of social conditioning was built
Abstracts: Architects of the great depression. The last great liberal. A great thinker but an ordinary man
Abstracts: Architecture students threaten lawsuit. Colleagues back tutor facing sack over e-mail. Students to see full feedback
Abstracts: Architecture students threaten lawsuit. Ex-students reject UKPd5k Oxford Brookes offer. Oxford Brookes 'fails' osteopathy graduates
Abstracts: A real screen saver. Knowledge at a price. Metaphor made real with an open mind
Abstracts: A real sense of sensibilities. Should you wine and dine them or just correct their spelling? 250k pounds sterling: that'll cover your college costs
Abstracts: Are American schools turning out technopeasants? We seem to be raising a generation of Americans who lack the education to participate in the world of technology
Abstracts: A Reasoned Case for Computer Graphics in Education. Computer-Based Education at Cretin High School. How Computer Curricula Fight National Education Problems
Abstracts: Are China's prisoners being killed to order ?. Broad wisdom of 'being there.' (interview with educational theorist and novelist David Holbrook)
Abstracts: A remedy for trust and influence; how medical schools have fared under health service reforms. Schools link on standards
Abstracts: A remedy reject in the fight against flu. Nurses are not carrying on. The fat of the land
Abstracts: Are our genes our destiny? We are more than our DNA. Biology as the master of science: genes and numbers. Genes and evolution: do humans have a dark nature?
Abstracts: Are we living in a moral stone age? Poverty and moral reform: lessons from the past. The media and truth: is there a moral duty?
Abstracts: Are we missing the mark? Progettazione and documentation as sociocultural activities: Changing communities of practice
Abstracts: A right Royal restoration. From chairs to seats. Fed up with the Feds
Abstracts: A risk of dissension. Free tasters and loyalty cards - an HE heaven? Bristol: A tale of two cities
Abstracts: Army retreat still leaves bullets flying on campus. Surviving the free market. Commonwealth studies must fight its corner
Abstracts: A royal advocate and man of letters. The vapourised and the dead. Admission by race under fire
Abstracts: Arrest sparks warning over foreign agents. Teaching tops the list for student satisfaction. International providers may have to pay for quality checks
Abstracts: Articulating a vision for vocational education. The path to reauthorization. Keeping up with the market
Abstracts: Artificial environments; impact of information technology on business education. Fears of ghosts and spectres; tension overshadows reform of East German higher education
Abstracts: Artist with scalpel and brush. The frail cord that binds. Term-time work tempts 40%
Abstracts: Arts metrics plan revealed. Arts academics slate metrics. Rules hurt new blood, say liberal arts staff
Abstracts: Arts postdocs lead the pack in job stakes. Research joy over rise in job security. Golden diamond shines at raking in research riches
Abstracts: Arts postdocs lead the pack in job stakes. Split in postdoc prospects. Too bad, 'good girl'
Abstracts: A ruckus over UCAS. Shiny new image does the business. Rich cashing
Abstracts: 'As almost all chemistry is nanotechnology and I am a chemist, I've been working on nanotechnology without knowing for these past 40 years!'(Opinion)(critics of nanoscience are spouting ill-informed rubbish)
Abstracts: Ascending to new heights. The new teacher. Vocational teacher education: at a crossroads
Abstracts: A scholarly spine props up first draft of history. US loves a home truths kinda guy. Does lying naked in a coffin help you to win the White House?
Abstracts: A scholarly spine props up first draft of history. Why bigger is most definitely better. Tempest in a teapot holds the front page
Abstracts: A second world war of words. Garden of life under glass. Planes, brains and autodidacts
Abstracts: A second world war of words. Islands of sanity in a highly charged atmosphere. Irrational debates
Abstracts: A serial killer still lurking in the shadows. Facts don't reflect myths of power. Soul of Ogoni campaigner marches on in oil killing fields
Abstracts: A Sheffield lad's steely resolve. Chartering unknown waters. Out of the melee into the fire?
Abstracts: A shift in Europe's border conflicts. A new forum for Europe. Privatization's harms: economics in Eastern Europe
Abstracts: A shot of hope to take home. Over 15% of trainee teachers founder. Postgraduates told: those who can, teach
Abstracts: Ashrawi outlines peace agenda. Scholar says boycotting Israel will not help restore Palestinian rights. Israel's open door proposal opposed
Abstracts: Asia, a civilization in the making. From super power to lonely power: America in transition. From school to work: making the transition
Abstracts: Asian flu spawns antibodies. Academic blind spot in Asia. The Asian renaissance
Abstracts: Asian recruitment crash is self-inflicted. Students help to help themselves. Enrol, turn off, drop out
Abstracts: Asians sign up for British quality. Cranfield takes skill down under. Australian quality spread too thinly
Abstracts: A sift through sands reveals no grain of truth. Collateral damage. Iranian reform dying in crossfire
Abstracts: 'Asked to devise an acronym for a BA in lifelong learning studies, a colleague suggested Balls. It passed through two committees and is now its official name'
Abstracts: Ask Questions and Become a Wise Media Budget Manager. Media Management: Developing a Center for Our Broadcast Heritage
Abstracts: As old crew quit, it's not all smooth sailing. US college admits to sex abuse cover-up. Women lead race to take Harvard top job
Abstracts: A sorry state of affairs. Leicester cuts 135 jobs. Eye on enterprise and global reach
Abstracts: A sparkling career: a recent memorial service for cystallographer Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin, the only British woman to win a Nobel prize for science, was attended by the great and the good
Abstracts: A spot of art searching. Mushrooming waste. A woman of the world
Abstracts: A spot of needle work. Flying head doctor. Why is a man not like a kettle...?
Abstracts: A squalid habitat on the path to extinction. Is this what makes us go 'here we go'? Loan-rent=misery
Abstracts: Assailed by an old enemy. When the personal becomes public. (the Data Protection Act and the World Wide Web). Public enemy number one
Abstracts: Assembly and academia must serve each other. Siaredir Cymraeg yma?*(* Is Welsh spoken here?, University of Wales)
Abstracts: Assembly will stir real change. Reel fantasies, real crimes. Promise made real
Abstracts: Assembly will stir real change. Swansea licks its wounds at Cardiff victory. Banking on change - the only safe investment
Abstracts: Assessing the terrorist threat: How great a risk? A Thanksgiving to remember. Can America remember its past? The threat of cultural amnesia
Abstracts: Assessment of progress in the general curriculum for students with disabilities. Teachers as executives
Abstracts: Assessment reassessed. An Oksforder's blues. An uncertain future without anti-Semitism
Abstracts: Assisted suicide: Its current legal status. Toward a reconstitution of academic governance. Media coverage of the University of Michigan affirmative action decisions: The view from mainstream, black, and Latino journalists
Abstracts: A stellar performance. Blood on the harpoons. Health fails to bring in cheque
Abstracts: A Stone Age mind-blower. US state colleges in 'crisis'. When did the rot set in?
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