Abstracts: Unfinished business. Would you take a risk if life depended on it? Power plays and sister acts
Abstracts: Union attacks Newport haste to make redundancies. 24/7 demand leaves staff besieged. Young guns ditch old values
Abstracts: Union attacks Newport haste to make redundancies. Birmingham leads efforts to address foreign staff needs. Hire more from abroad, UK told
Abstracts: Union call for strong watchdog. Unions and universities call in Acas. V-cs start to dock pay
Abstracts: Union fury as v-cs pocket 6% pay rise. Former minister voices fee concerns. Female figures that don't add up
Abstracts: Union leaders share stage to tout merger plan. Super-union to get go-ahead. Protests fail to halt plans for merger
Abstracts: Union politics impaired pay battle, paper says. Strategy risks bio lead, expert says. Inconsistent penalties raise risk of legal action, Deech says
Abstracts: Union puts boot into 'celebrity' culture. Pay set for local free-for-all. 50,000 pounds sterling for your thoughts
Abstracts: Union says UKPd7 rise will not halt London exodus. Competition swells ranks of professors. Strike a balance between egotist and sucker
Abstracts: Unions cry foul over hike in v-c's pay. Middlesex tops growth league. Merger spawns massive hybrid
Abstracts: Unions envy 4.8% rise. The best kept low pay secret around. Imagine you had a 1.4 billion pounds sterling windfall
Abstracts: Unions fear trade deals with US. First fall in enrolment fuels fear of closures. Applications and entrance requirements fall as Australian student debt rises
Abstracts: Unions flex muscles over pay rise retreat. Misery Down Under as budget is slashed. Academics call for cuts in 'quality.' (Australian academics debate education)
Abstracts: Unions issue deadline on pay deal and promise early action. Unions say 'no' to pay talks. Ucea shift fails to sway unions
Abstracts: Unions may face legal action over running of no-confidence poll in v-c. Staff fury at "UKPd600K" rebrand
Abstracts: Unique insight into the mists of infancy. Move over the Bill, here comes The Lab. Day to day, a life worth living
Abstracts: United front aims to end casual labour. Competition's bleeding edge. Missing: students in the soaps
Abstracts: United goals are a net gain for the city. Conversion to another code. Can Fianna Fail?; the Irish general election's two horse race
Abstracts: United in a week state. Send food, water and toys. Stirred into action by political apathy
Abstracts: Unity of left and right puts state under siege. Learning to cross EC borders. Market forces dictating
Abstracts: Universal fixer with a penchant for perversity. Chemical warfare; antibiotics. Nice pair of wheels; electron microscopy has solved the puzzle of how bacteria move
Abstracts: Universal joint, lens grinder, balance-spring mechanism, St Paul's... Pure pleasure and 'other' literary pursuits
Abstracts: Universal truths. Our Times... and mine. Muhammed: the universal man of all times
Abstracts: Universities are sinking under inspection load. Stalin had to died too. Lessons to be learned
Abstracts: Universities lose out as FE scoops cash. Growth is blamed for fall in standards. Does Labour come up smelling of red roses?
Abstracts: University competition today: a more unruly market. Measurement of education: ranking colleges. Transforming colleges: more collegiality
Abstracts: University failed to resolve 'staff conflict'. Staff stress could lead to court. Payout in P&G drug data row
Abstracts: University laws stifle academic dissent. Public interest comes before industry profits. Belgrade rector rebuilds campus
Abstracts: University life is a far cry from stereotype. Dreary 'office life' begins early for those who stay at home. Financial fears force students to juggle work and study
Abstracts: Unleashing plant power. Out of the morass. Atom smashing in the world's greatest machine
Abstracts: Unlocking the potential of African American students: Keys to reversing underachievement. Intellectual role taking: Supporting discussion in heterogeneous elementary science classes
Abstracts: Unorthodox ... and untenured. A class sister act. Women's work undone; profile of Ann Oakley
Abstracts: Unwanted oldies. The gift of blind faith. Midwives to genius - for a 10% cut
Abstracts: Unwanted presence. Angels in dirty places. A rock in a hard place
Abstracts: Upbeat UWE will not be sidelined. Arms links at 67 UK institutions. Salford staff claim bosses close ranks
Abstracts: Up for the challenge of a sticky wicket. Where a taste for the Wild West can take you. Hooked on bringing out bright ideas in people
Abstracts: Upgrading public education: Learning from private schools. Our public schools: Too big to do well. Religious elements in public education: no impartial schools
Abstracts: Upside-down logic puts the facts in perspective. Wireless warnings. Doctors tap into wireless revolution
Abstracts: Urban education: the impasse in the schools. American epic: then and now. Saving education: the public schools' last hurrah?
Abstracts: Urban lessons. When in Rome. Doctor, lawyer ... technical chief?
Abstracts: Urban school achievement gap as a metaphor to conceal U.S. apartheid education. Who benefits from failing urban schools?
Abstracts: ...urge academics to support Israeli academics' right to free expression. Lock up those 'peaceniks' in the ivory tower
Abstracts: ...urge academics to support Israeli academics' right to free expression. part 2 Academic witch-hunt or a digital defence
Abstracts: ...urge India's politicians to denounce cultural vandalism. Words against weapons. Why I urge vigilance against scientific fraud
Abstracts: US anti-alien laws loom. Election campaign delivers big bucks. Fears over rise of US Christian colleges
Abstracts: US cellist has some tips for British social harmony. Deeply disillusioned but not without hope. Man on a mission to boldly go..
Abstracts: US dominates worldwide league tables. State funding bolsters specialists' rise to top. Harvard repeats double whammy
Abstracts: U.S. drug policy: the need for commonsense reform. Social security in the twenty-first century: a need for rethinking
Abstracts: Use of private money is a private matter. The education of the exiled. College pension funds put your money where your ethics are
Abstracts: Use passion to counter culture of compliance. Crossing borders can be risky but rewarding. Healthy marriage is on the rocks
Abstracts: US fears brain drain to UK. US fears costs of ruling on cell lines. Would you give a great idea away?
Abstracts: US hackers target student databases to steal identities. U.S. ranking opponents struggling to turn tables. Bush push to public accreditation
Abstracts: Using Media: AV Educational Software Systems. Educational Computer Buyer's Guide. Do Mothers Always Wear Aprons?: Sexism in Educational Materials
Abstracts: Using Media: Computer Literacy. Using Media: Computer Literacy For Teachers: A New Tool. Murder by Media
Abstracts: Using Media: Video and 16MM Projectors Both Belong in Media Centers. Using Media: Computer Literacy
Abstracts: Using Media: Video and 16MM Projectors Both Belong in Media Centers. part 2 The 1985 Media & Methods Awards Portfolio
Abstracts: Using research to inform the practice of teachers, schools, and school reform organizations. A view of research from practice: voices of teachers
Abstracts: US is losing its grip on lead. New Zealand beats the entrepreneurial pace-setters. Market-smart allies join forces to sharpen up act
Abstracts: US loses pulling power. Who killed fair reporting? Age-old battle continues with true believers
Abstracts: US rage at textbook price hike. Enticing the public with a private plan. Spy paranoia hits research
Abstracts: US scrum over race case. Michigan ruling reaffirms drive for student diversity. Oh no - they won't go
Abstracts: US staff fear drop in quality. Tutors in despair at illiterate freshers. UCU action threatens to cause a lasting rift: 'There is more anti-Semitism in the UK than there is in Germany'
Abstracts: US war on plagiarism takes first UK scalp. Anti-cheat software turned on academe. Scholar attacked for links to junta
Abstracts: 'Uterine fury' - now sold in chemists. Cradle of despair? Wounded by a deep devide between their two cultures
Abstracts: UUK: cast net wide for top staff. Liverpool slated as number of firsts soar. High on class, low on content?
Abstracts: UUK: no evidence to back research focus. Flex competitive muscle and watch equity thrive. Hefce teaching windfall is boost for humanities
Abstracts: Vacating the science hot seat: Sir William Stewart, the Government's chief scientific advisers, retires this week
Abstracts: Vacation? Not from my vocation. Material girl no more... The love that speaks its name in Hello!
Abstracts: Vague policies derail effort to rein in student cheats. Degree mills bank on allure of U.K. names. Invaluable resource or stolen property?
Abstracts: Valid students denied UK entry. The postgrad cashpot. Backlash may put boycott in jeopardy
Abstracts: Valuing an island's treasure. Cyprus invests in education. ...believe its time to recognise the knowledge-transfer profession
Abstracts: Vanquish the fatal five. Manchester offer entices laureate. Laureate warns over IP reform
Abstracts: Vanquish the fatal five. UK kudos hit by fake degrees. ...think universities must fight harder for academic freedom
Abstracts: Variable top-up fees: invariably unpopular. How ambitious will Denham's DIUS dare to be. Brown targets work skills
Abstracts: V-c body told to accept division. Lib Dems eclipse Labour on campus. Men leave low-status academy to women
Abstracts: V-c call heeded in reforms. Australia reverts to full-cost tuition fees. Canberra net 1 bn pounds sterling profit from degrees
Abstracts: V-cs call for Sykes to be sacked from Hefce. Top-up fees are neither our saviour nor Satan. Devil's advocate ignites row..
Abstracts: V-cs fight to keep autonomy. Melbourne set to give Bologna model an Australian debut. V-cs hope new minister will slash expensive red tape
Abstracts: V-c slams tribunal 'Catch-22'. Bad managers put six 'at risk'. Stretched system set to snap?
Abstracts: V-cs oppose quality report. Making chaos out of disorder. Derby bites back at QAA report
Abstracts: V-cs put case for cash to keep UK competitive. Hefce expands roll numbers by 30,000. Hefce teaching windfall is boost for humanities
Abstracts: Versailles' Chinese legacy. New discoveries from the early dynasties. Sino the times
Abstracts: Versatile Cassette Holder Ideal for Educators. Using Media: Seed Your Classroom with Plio-Magic Products. Hammett Catalog Helps Educators Utilize the Computer
Abstracts: Veterans hospitals: A model for reforming health care. Global war on terror as de-militarization. The global population decline: Costs and benefits
Abstracts: Vice-chancellor and top academic pay 2002-03. V-C and top academic pay 2003-04. We must sit around a single table: A sensible reform of the national pay system is urgently required
Abstracts: 'Vice-chancellorial posturing about maintaining their brand is a crime against underqualified students afraid of wasting tuition fees'
Abstracts: Victims of justice. Heartless animal or rational beast? The bitter sweet smell of success
Abstracts: Victims of justice. Making the grade? Art cause needs a finer finish
Abstracts: Victorian splendour brought up-to-date. Dark star in a new light; the life of Sir John Herschel, Victorian scientist
Abstracts: Videogame art: Challenging and provocative. Publishing jam creates RAE fears. A life spent roaming free across boundaries
Abstracts: Vintage brews get the Midas touch. It's a blessing to be born in the Garden of Eden. There's still life in these old bones..
Abstracts: Violent cults run riot on campuses. When demands are a part of education. Hanging provoke student unrest
Abstracts: Violent students terrorise staff. Crude recipe for a 'chicken-run' sector? Glees report on terror riles v-cs
Abstracts: Virtual and tangible goals with a Pyrenean flavour. A bit of Brit abroad. Academic citadel at cultural crossroads
Abstracts: Virtual and tangible goals with a Pyrenean flavour. Epic landscapes provide a hot place for research. Offering a world-class welcome in the Duchy
Abstracts: Virtual knowledge. Virtual libraries; how the Bodleian has managed to increase access to remote databases. Setting sail in virtual waters
Abstracts: Virtue from necessity. Pick a perk, any perk... but read the small print. Students: use fees for books not pay
Abstracts: Visionary initiative comes under threat of closure in wake of funding debacle. Art courses look to develop Islamic crafts and supply staff for a growing industry
Abstracts: Visionary initiative comes under threat of closure in wake of funding debacle. part 2 Move to curb student rights
Abstracts: Visions of a synchronised continent. British education must embrace a new world. The exclusive club for postdoc exiles
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