Abstracts: Debate rages despite 'advice'. Why they now only fight for the right to party. Speaking out for the right to speak evil
Abstracts: Debt and division in Canada. Debt in the thesis trap: third-world research is booming - but costs outweigh the benefits
Abstracts: Debt-averse poor force U-turn. Gender gap in pay widening, says AUT. Tory shadow says former polys have 'lost their way.'
Abstracts: Debt dampens the spirit of protest. Government should act to combat student debt. Rasing aspirations - and debt
Abstracts: Debt leads to sharp rise in cries for help. 10-year plan poses threat to autonomy. Rescue for top-rated staff only
Abstracts: Decline of the college president: what is the job? Immigration and an economic downturn: Increasing tensions. Economic success, spiritual decline: the capitalist future
Abstracts: Deep in Davy Jones's locker lies Earth's final frontier. Back a brand and earn as you learn. Get out more and learn to share
Abstracts: ...defend the right of Hizb ut-Tahrir to speak at Middlesex University. Reassure dad--but do keep mum
Abstracts: Defined by some distinctly hyphenated Britishness. When is it 'laudable' and 'lawful' to kill a tyrant ?. There's a Scot, an Irishman, and a man who is confused..
Abstracts: Degrading proposals. Drive for efficiency in review process. Executive pulls plug on basic research
Abstracts: Degrading proposals. ESRC cuts red tape that deters cross-border collaborations. We must refuse to play this 'destructive game'
Abstracts: Degree market to open up. QAA finds Derby broke quality rules overseas. Minister says UK tarred by Derby affair
Abstracts: Degree plan splits Welsh. Election debate plays out to few faithful. Liverpool set for final China deal
Abstracts: Delay term to aid fair entry, say top v-cs. Oxford to publish official league table for colleges. Oxford pins fortunes on postgraduates
Abstracts: Delay term to aid fair entry, say top v-cs. Science gets a tsar but no new protection. City plans 'corporate' overhaul of executive
Abstracts: Demand for degrees outstrips supply. Election may halt top-ups. The price of study in the land of opportunity and the land down under
Abstracts: Demand for energy: The future of hydrogen. The ethanol illusion: Can we move beyond an energy policy running on hype and hot air?
Abstracts: Demand to explode but no new cash. How deep must students dig? Call to help needy students
Abstracts: Democracy and its global roots. American internationalism: Is democracy the best solution? Nationalism and democracy: an American paradox
Abstracts: Democracy on trial: politics in Latin America. Forget the Soviet Union; talk about the independent states. America and the European Union
Abstracts: De Montfort in exam furore. London Met exam marks to go out without external validation. OU admits exam debacle
Abstracts: Deploying an Army: Enough soldiers. Fear and folly: Learning from mistakes in Iraq. America as empire: a new type
Abstracts: Designs on a student's life. Tough reforms for Germany. Does home work or is it better to break away?
Abstracts: Desperate contract staff work for no pay. Law may backfire on fixed term staff. Stark warning of staff crisis
Abstracts: Des res for the far from skint student. To speak volumes. Reach out as an active citizen
Abstracts: Devaluing the human factor. Renaissance will follow reform in 21st century. Life story inside a cell
Abstracts: Developing a million-pound drug habitat. Seven up to meet challenge. Athens of the north or just another pretty face?
Abstracts: Devolution: not whether but when? Brown ruled uneasy court. Peace, love and improved ratings
Abstracts: DFE second thoughts on teaching. Schools of thought diverge in approach. NUS shows funding preferences
Abstracts: DFES rethinks regulator role. Foundation plan misses target. Statistical myths give lie to white-paper policy
Abstracts: Dial 'L' for library. Science's future is an interversity challenge. Solutions in hand
Abstracts: Did A-level reforms fall victim to election fever. QAA targets PhD 'cronyism'. Your input unwanted
Abstracts: ...did not laugh at psychic 'Shirley'. Enter raw politics, stage right. Don't be embarrassed to embrace new era
Abstracts: Differentiation and high-stakes testing: An oxymoron? Theory into practice: a matter of transfer. Why closing the research-practice gap is critical to closing student achievement gaps
Abstracts: Different strokes. A scam for art's sake. Yangtze doodle dandy
Abstracts: Diggers accused of grave robbery. Grave mistakes. And on your right, the site of the Morecombe slave boy's grave
Abstracts: Digging deep for reserves of gold. Students shift alliances in multiracial poll. SA Minister and Unisa clash over v-c
Abstracts: Digging for victory. Mr Fix-it to put work first. A dip in the ratings spells disaster
Abstracts: Digging up dirt and DNA. Disguising cheap matter as fabulous treasure. Why we treasure the mutants
Abstracts: Digital print and the pursuit of a perfect image. In search of the perfect image. An East Coast visionary with a bit of an image problem
Abstracts: Dining with death. Not just a degree but despair, damage and death, too. Who really planted the kiss of death?
Abstracts: Diploma in disguise. White paper raises a cheer. E-dream will only come true through teamwork
Abstracts: Disabled rights to work set universities thinking. For-profit label 'curbs e-study'. Consortia reject UK favourite
Abstracts: Discover the darkness at the heart of Europe. The future's bright. Understanding built into walls and windows
Abstracts: Disgraced researcher rebuilds career in US. Examiner axed in copying row. President to stand down after fees probe
Abstracts: Dismal returns of micro-men. Free trade is not a problem - but poverty is. Red wine and green thinking
Abstracts: Dismal returns of micro-men. Research boost will bring jobs bonanza. The rise and fall of 'silent girly-girls in G-strings'
Abstracts: Dismay greets PQA decision. Ventures with business present gains and pains. Ucas to pilot centralised postgrad admissions service
Abstracts: Distance is Wye's objective. Union bars fail to pull punters. Here's to our health
Abstracts: Distance learning will offer the winning move. Great dotty idea. Thumbs up for drama with a comic outcome
Abstracts: Distant voices pipe up. ...think top-up fees are irrelevant to the future of higher education. Scots need to counter England's fees bonanza
Abstracts: Ditch your shares... Fee hike will limit pupils' options. UK must get with the systems to stay in front
Abstracts: Divided by a river of hate. How India learnt not to hate the bomb. Students rally to root out race hate
Abstracts: Divided they surely fall. Final bow for the culture of deference. A national measure for minds
Abstracts: Divided they surely fall. Team virgins fear an orgy of togetherness. How to compile a portfolio
Abstracts: Divisive research plan axed. Extra grades on horizon in A-level rejig. '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: Divisive research plan axed. UUK: no evidence to back research focus. Winners and losers in research cash stakes
Abstracts: Divorce's toll on children. Children raising themselves: home alone in America. Educating immigrant children: it's got to be done
Abstracts: Dodging Telegraph readers between jobs. Whole in one. Slow start to chase after Japanese R & D goals
Abstracts: Does an early start work? Students who pay the piper may call the tune. A boost for early credits
Abstracts: Does democracy add up? W stands for women, Dubya does not. How to ensure a modifier does not dangle
Abstracts: Does national identity matter? Restless Europeans. After the cartoons: The challenge of a multicultural Europe
Abstracts: Does this man look like a threat? What use is a silent witness? Ideas man decides it's time to act
Abstracts: Does this old bag remind you of anyone? 'D' in PhD does not mean dogsbody. What does it take to be a consistent winner?
Abstracts: Does your boss need a spell in prison? ESRC 'ignores' danger fears. Thames Valley to be a model Leitch institution, vows v-c
Abstracts: Doing time for doing good. Women behaving badly for the good. A lost altar to science
Abstracts: Dollar rules the roost above Lenin Hills. Redundancy plan to boost wages. Demands of donor lead Russian to spurn cash
Abstracts: Dollars lure scientists Down Under. Australian Government accused of arrogance over 'hellish' reforms. Salary is pathetic and the job sucks
Abstracts: Domestic and immigrant migrants: where do they go? Educating immigrant children: it's got to be done. Domestic workers
Abstracts: Doncaster bid for university status. Lecture hours rise. Dissatisfied staff plan exodus
Abstracts: Donny set for take-off. Leeds Met in biggest post-16 network. Ellis case first test of race Act
Abstracts: Donny set for take-off. Plea for steady funding: UUK tells Chancellor not to cut cash if he wants results. City of bricks and mortars
Abstracts: Do not bank on Bush or Kerry's election pledges. 'When the Tories came out against the new fee regime they were castigated as opportunists. So why don't the Lib Dems face a comparable attack?'
Abstracts: Dons take lessons in lecturing. Battle of the dons of war. Leap into nude lecturing - a true extreme sport
Abstracts: Dons take lessons in lecturing. Sex on the brain. Facing up to emotion
Abstracts: Don't be jack of all trades, become the master of one. #5bn needed to match rivals. The staff are locked out while the profits roll in
Abstracts: Don't come a cropper, reap those rewards. Lit crit has never sounded so good. See you, shopping
Abstracts: Don't leave that head in the bed... Keep cool if a hot job's at stake. Hot under collar? Keep a cool head
Abstracts: Don't let it blow up in your face. ...believe the British should hand their lab coats over to foreigners. 'We played with mercury on the bench, dropped sodium into water and ignited various explosive mixtures-there were no serious injuries that I recall'
Abstracts: Don't lose MSc magic. Masters market hots up. Cambridge asks questions of its many masters
Abstracts: Don't shoot the gallery. Blood red, white and blue. Red, white and blue
Abstracts: Don't tell students to pull their socks up. UK fails to integrate overseas students. Students shun foreign peers
Abstracts: Don't underestimate managers' ability to treat you as an idiot. A wake-up call for all
Abstracts: ...don't want to work until I drop. This spine could put backbone into staff. The toughest trick
Abstracts: Doom: it's not Black Death but men in black leather. Black rapper for the better read: profile of Henry Louis Gates Jr
Abstracts: Doorstops are dead, long live the web. Tread softly but keep eyes open. Q: What runs just like clockwork?
Abstracts: Door-to-door diplomas. In with the new: what will the humanities look like in 1997 and who will be the people to watch?
Abstracts: Dose of realism, injection of hope. We love a drop of sherry, but can't take the strong stuff. Beauty is in the eye of the believer
Abstracts: Do these genes make me look fat? Pharaohs and the flea. May blooms in tricky places
Abstracts: Do they deserve to be degrees? Youth's hurdles recognised. CVU may validate two-year degrees
Abstracts: Doubly good way to get into circulation. 'I am sure I was not alone in shuddering with horror as I read that future PhD training may come under the Quality Assurance Agency'
Abstracts: Download and learn. Young, gifted and on the right track. A click in the right direction
Abstracts: Down to earth control mission. An unconventional treatment. Bars to study cause offence
Abstracts: Downturn or turned off? Past their learn-by date? A right of entry for everyone
Abstracts: Do you read me cafelattia? Staff not software will trap cheats. Ucas glitch sparks chaos
Abstracts: Do you take this college to be your lawful.... Whither weather? Bradford plans post-16 hybrid
Abstracts: Draft leak blows ill wind. Vintage year for creme. Student voters waver
Abstracts: Dragon spirit alive in steel and stone. Sages with no time for Saga. Is this the final curtain for opera's tragedies?
Abstracts: Drawing lots no answer to chronic overcrowding. Data bank bid to stop PhD fraud. Lifting the lid on Britain's secrets; historians are drawing up a list of documents they would like released
Abstracts: Draw the line at copying? Not him. Italians in the cupboard. ...believe students are too concerned with failure to experiment with art
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