PEOPLE AND POSTS
- How I got where I am today. Todd, Debra; Phillips, Lucy // People Management;9/24/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p40
The article features Debra Todd, human resources (HR) manager at Greenhead Sixth Form College. Todd worked in sales at Vodafone for 14 years before going into human resources in the education sector. She chose her HR job because she wanted to have more time with her children in the holidays....
- Leading Universities Want Higher Fees. // British Heritage;Sep2010, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p11
The article discusses student fees at universities in Great Britain.
- LEBC quits Sesame. // Money Marketing;11/17/2011, p2
The article informs that the London East Bank College (LEBC), England, is quitting Sesame for Tenet after 11 years.
- Queen's College opens auditorium. // AV Magazine;May/jun2012, p5
The article reports on the opening of the Schulman auditorium by Queen's College in Great Britain.
- BETT call for collaboration. // Basic Skills Bulletin;2/25/2013, Issue 114, p3
The article discusses the BETT 2013 show held in February 2013 in London, England which argues on the need for colleges in Great Britain to collaborate in using electronic tools in order to build and maintain global competitiveness.
- UK's unlimited tuition fees a 'grave risk.'. // TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Nov2010, Issue 833, p18
The article reports that proposals to allow universities in Great Britain to control the tuition fees they charge could impact engineering and young people.
- Social impact on universities. // Charities Management;2011, Issue 79, p24
The article reports on the study by think-tank New Economics Foundation (NEF) which reveals that British universities add at least 1.31 billion pounds a year in value to British society in the form of health and wellbeing, citizenship and political engagement.
- Map of the Printing Schools of Great Britain. Archer, Caroline // PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);1/22/2010, p55
The article describes the "Map of the Printing Schools of Great Britain" illustrated by England calligrapher Heather Child as a work that includes more than 60 schools established for the printing industry across Great Britain as a result of the British government's 1944 Education Act mandating...
- Shared services could cut university costs. // Adults Learning;Jan2011, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p6
The article presents the new report by the British Policy Exchange as of January 2011, which showed that universities in Great Britain could lower potential student debt and safeguard teaching and research by introducing innovations in their operations.