Abstracts: Visitor quits in union dispute. 'No' campaign gains momentum even as docking threat subsides. A chance to climb abroad
Abstracts: Viva Spain's king of the republicans. Can those who lit the flame for democracy carry it? Hey! We're entitled to a Bill of Rights, too
Abstracts: Vive the open PhD viva! The highs and lows of the peripatetic life. Lighter teaching exams show no enlightenment
Abstracts: Vocational degrees. 'Keep your mind in hell and despair not.' (interview of philosopher Gillian Rose; Perspective)(Interview)
Abstracts: Vocational education: high-skill employees. Summer vacation: an educational setback. Outcome-based education: why educational outcomes do matter
Abstracts: Voices from the Past. People and Places of the Past. The ruinous ghost of empire past
Abstracts: Volcano's early warning. Short degrees to help labour market. Italy to bridge Arab divide
Abstracts: Vote for Blair but mind your backs. Swallow whole after dizzying spin. Fatal flaws in the machine
Abstracts: Voyage to the bottom of the sea. All brothers together in Bethlehem city. Caff society on a voyage of discovery; ways to make science and museums fit together in more exciting combinations
Abstracts: Voyage to the top of the sea. A unique arsenal of intellectual firepower. Knitted together; collaboration between Cambridge University and an Italian computer firm
Abstracts: Waging a one-sided culture war. Children of the '60s reflect on progress. Fighting the war on dogma
Abstracts: Waive your legal rights, Chester tells students. Firm fuels row over quality of teaching. Loan rules may bar thousands from study
Abstracts: Wake up and get back in the same boat. Private decisions and public debates. OECD plans student tests
Abstracts: "Wall of separation": An abused metaphor. Ethnic conflict: challenging the myths. Hate crime legislation: challenging intolerance
Abstracts: Wanna be like you-oo-oo. Political dons come out of the closet. Fighting hate crime armed with a spread sheet
Abstracts: Wanted: flexible, responsible, all-round genius. Profit and schloss account. To declare your genius...
Abstracts: Want to be a Bohr? Click here. How boom turned to gloom. House prices leave city dwellers out in the cold
Abstracts: Want to join the EU queue? An exchange of peasantries. Ukrainian plan riles reformers
Abstracts: ...want to see vice-chancellors on the picket line. Bonuses to tempt top staff in jobs boom. Up to 100% of pay witheld
Abstracts: War and its fallout threaten to obliterate remnants of the cradle of civilisation. You're smart, but are you 'box' clever?
Abstracts: War and just war: A traditional distinction. A right to property: is it just? Just war theory and high tech: virtual war
Abstracts: War on 'superbugs.'(University of Leeds' Antimicrobial Research Centre; Medical Research) The soupbowl syndrome; the dire poverty of a Chinese 'prestige' university
Abstracts: War, peace and the ideologies of the twentieth century. "But first, a word from our sponsor." (advertising's influence on society)
Abstracts: Warrington's 2 million pounds sterling transfer. Love them or hate them, tables are here to stay. The usual rules apply online
Abstracts: Warsaw's mad March. EU to give scholarships to expelled Belarussians. Chernobyl's 20th anniversary stirs interest
Abstracts: War, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing.... Shakespeare, Milton, skin and ventriloquism. Move over, shrinks
Abstracts: Warwick back in the dock. IoE director faces tribunal case. Trust eroded by blind marking
Abstracts: Warwick back in the dock. Tribunal restricts 'vexatious litigant'. Ridiculed student seeks redress
Abstracts: Wary Britons resist union sales pitch. The might of the military tendency. In the scrum, truth can get trampled on
Abstracts: Was it worth it, Ron? Expansion gives rich pickings to colleges. Growth is blamed for fall in standards
Abstracts: Wasted talents. Colleges fall short of higher standard. Institute plays the ideas game
Abstracts: Watchdog mauls LBS and Cambridge quality. Seven unis 'fail' strict title test. QAA alerts Bournemouth to overseas provision "oversight"
Abstracts: Watch dog to bark or bite. The luvvie director. He's good, but not that good
Abstracts: Watching Australia's fee fracas. The magic of myths; Karl Popper believes poetry and science have the same origins
Abstracts: Watch on the Rhine? One tour taking in many worlds. I like a cruise with strings attached
Abstracts: Watch out, continentals learning to talk the talk. If UK insists on hiding, it could end in 'nul points'. It's now or never to bring on Bologna
Abstracts: Water and troubled oil. Wooden bridge of peace across troubled waters. Currency for the return ticket; historians are playing a key role in Romania's troubled transition to democracy
Abstracts: Watergate? 'Not a problem for Nixon'. What if... Kerry won the White House? Boom time for 'the poor man's air force'
Abstracts: Ways to spread your wings. Campus champs tackle heavies. Why the mouse is the cat's whiskers
Abstracts: We are the enemies within. Less of the 'stiff upper lip'. The devil inside us all
Abstracts: 'We can't be on call for firms'. Pay deal could mean job cuts. Brown finds extra cash to fund growth
Abstracts: 'We can't be on call for firms'. Schools to start pupils on degrees. Business bid to steer courses
Abstracts: We can't let change shortchange us. Transplant the seed of an idea that builds esteem. ...think top-up fees are irrelevant to the future of higher education
Abstracts: We can't peer into souls but we can open minds. Pioneers set ethics at heart of courses. ...think students need to learn about ethics
Abstracts: We don't lack skill - just political will. Money matters in doing science that matters. ...believe science administrators do more harm than good
Abstracts: We don't lack skill - just political will. Why bad news is no news and crime is big business. MPs told that v-cs did not sway Brown over RAE
Abstracts: 'We don't want students on our doorstep'. What's a Russian jail like ? Ask her, she's been there. Siblings, power play and family fortunes
Abstracts: We found you under a PC. I'd like a one-to-one with my tutor. Citation takes fast track to a dead end
Abstracts: 'We had a name with one dead county in it'. UEA asks drivers to think green. ...believe our student bursaries will help keep Oxford open to all
Abstracts: We have ways of making you talk. Have faith in the power of debate. Ever felt like a maiden aunt to a brash US youngster?
Abstracts: We have ways of making you talk. Lend support to students' PAL. Has someone got their eye on you?
Abstracts: Welcome spending spree. Misled by example. Active role for a vigorous player
Abstracts: Welfare and poverty: the politics of victim groups. The politics of gender: affirmative action for women. Reclaiming the vision: what should we do after affirmative action?
Abstracts: We'll be left in the soup if we take sea turtles for granted. Outstanding Support for Overseas Students
Abstracts: Wellcome to the ivy league. Gene blues for scientists. Trust shares good fortune with science; the growth of the Wellcome Trust
Abstracts: Wellcome waits on starting block: a national cell bank could allow the UK to take the lead in stem-cell research
Abstracts: Wellies, check. Bolly, check. Don't tolerate hatred of gays in the name of God. Cradle of despair?
Abstracts: We'll never get into these genes. When epic boys meet Hardy girls. History comes alive in ancient lunch leftovers
Abstracts: 'We'll replace pulped items,' pledges library. Unison pledges to make equal pay reforms stick. Students all get As as tutors are laid off
Abstracts: We love our students--they're so appealing. Structure is archaic, confused. See me!! Remind me why I'm a 'commando' lecturer
Abstracts: Welsh v-cs concerned about 'cuts' to budget. Rees plan to top slice fees. Welsh funding gap grows
Abstracts: We might moan, but we love the academic life. From add-on to necessity. Put your plans on the map
Abstracts: We must build up skills, not burn our bridges. RAE focus reduces calibre of students. Decision to automate is cause to celebrate
Abstracts: We need you, but you can't come in. No release from house of cards. Government agrees to release details of visa regime
Abstracts: We plant seeds, but they make them grow. '15 rounds with Tyson' can be a knockout. Casting a fresh 'i' over science
Abstracts: We're not elephants. If the truth offends, it's our job to offend. UCU set to sue over workload burdens
Abstracts: We're victims say death 'joke' pair. Hull hath no fury like a city scorned. Open-plan risk to collegiality
Abstracts: 'We should, by now, understand that universities can't produce completely "work-ready" employees any more than workplaces can take over education'
Abstracts: 'We've no jobs. Education is our only hope'. Is bigger better? Student performance in a growing sector. Free your minds to see benefits of free trade
Abstracts: What an education did for Rita. ...believe fears that campus Muslim groups foster terrorists are unfounded. Knickers at the ready, wherever you're from
Abstracts: What an education did for Rita. Our work is to free talent in the project of humanity. How do a rhino and a professor reverse a life of underachievement?
Abstracts: What are the facts behind the super fictions? Life behind closed eyes. Behind the mosque
Abstracts: What are you hiding in that brown paper bag ?. Universities join academy rolls. Tensions high at Liverpool Hope over hiring of dean
Abstracts: What Dearing says ... What Blunkett says ... and Blackstone explains. 151m pounds sterling incentive to recruit poor
Abstracts: "Whatever..." on boredom and the American college student. The liberal's understanding of freedom: A reconsideration
Abstracts: 'What if you don't fancy "servicing the local economy", a phrase that makes what's probably a respectable activity sound like an arrestable offence?'
Abstracts: What is the real cost when the user pays? Pitfalls of the market. It is still all about learning
Abstracts: What is the use of maths? EU launches drive for research champions. Polar desert where McMurdo became my McDowell
Abstracts: What makes a successful democratic government? Labour's great hero who nearly was. Ideologue, principled statesman or mindless fanatic? The choice is yours
Abstracts: What not to wear if you want to get on. Gone, but still breathing new life into his field: The work of Jean Baudrillard will continue to disturb the tranquil waters of modern sociology
Abstracts: What not to wear if you want to get on. Like it or not, we are in it together. Forget the muse, it's hard graft you need
Abstracts: What price idealism? What price progress? The high price academics pay for their freedom
Abstracts: What's a smile worth? 'Contestability': buzzword that could open academy's doors to private interest. Cash crunches and 'tainted' tests make for a bleak prognosis
Abstracts: What separates man from the animals? A perversion of the human will for survival. No Incas in Hastings
Abstracts: What should those MSPs do? Brum punch. In with the new: what will the humanities look like in 1997 and who will be the people to watch?
Abstracts: 'What stops us working the same magic as California? The usual vanity that stops us learning from others and a lack of energy needed for radical change'
Abstracts: What the future holds for graduate employment. How to get ahead with a PhD. Exports built on goodwill
Abstracts: What the HECS of a success: student loans injected a dose of financial reality into Australian universities. Indians exploit Aussie skills gap
Abstracts: What the Muslims can learn from Jews. A nation tenderly traces the scars that never fade. Face has changed, but fear remains
Abstracts: What the numbers really mean. Body of evidence. Beyond testing
Abstracts: What the other experts predict: Labour to win, just. Breeding ground for governors. It was 30 years ago today...
Abstracts: What type of student do you have to teach? With brains in mind. To boldly go into student brains
Abstracts: What will be the big scientific breakthroughs of the 21st century? Leading scientists peek into the future...
Abstracts: When actions speak louder than words. The kids aren't all write: functionally illiterate and frankly not bothered
Abstracts: When alpha is a non-starter. Sharp and sensitive - but watch the twinkle in its eye. Britain's excellence in basic research is no longer guaranteed
Abstracts: When are retired academics not...? New wing for the temple of literature. A few that got away
Abstracts: When heritage becomes history. High life is in the blood. Flight of fancy reveals truth of first big shot
Abstracts: When he's bard, he's pretty bard. Hearing around corners. The fine art of making it by faking it
Abstracts: When is a call for alms a call to arms? Hail the heroes who brave the front line. Darkness in the Catholic confessional
Abstracts: When is a neocon not a neocon?. No longer cox, just a member of the crew. Top guns on campus
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