This symposium organised by Professor Tracey Reynolds considered the experiences of BME academics, the extent to which they are being valued in the higher education sector, and their progression to more senior positions in the profession.
Campus life can be particularly challenging for those with autism, but there are simple steps academics can take to reduce anxiety and confusion.
A one day symposium was held on 22 April at our Medway Campus entitled Inspiring and Encouraging BME Student Transition to Graduate Employment.
The event aimed to enable students to hearing inspiring, informative and encouraging stories of career development from
Exploring the experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic academics and professionals in higher education.
From carrying coal to transporting tourists, the canals of the North have taken a variety of loads, but a new narrowboat is bringing something unusual to the waterways – a women-only arts centre.
The Idle Women project, aimed at addressing
A top-performing officer cadet at Sandhurst has thanked the Army for putting him on the right track.
Officer cadet Kidane Cousland, who grew up on a housing estate in Tottenham, says had he not signed up as a 16-year-old he
Fathers are not taking advantage of rules that allow them to share leave with their partners, according to research published a year after the rights came into force.
Shared parental leave (SPL) was introduced on 5 April 2015 to give
Singing in a choir may be just what the doctor ordered for cancer patients, according to scientists.
Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week starts on 25 April and with that in mind we have chosen Trishna Bharadia as our Inspirational Diversity Champion for April.
Trishna was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2008, at the age of 28. She has
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