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ROUNDTABLE: ACADEMIC CITIZENSHIP BEYOND BORDERS, 30 NOV. 2017

While norms of what constitutes ‘academic citizenship’ are increasingly global, academic freedom is under acute threat due to censorship and persecution of academics by state and non-state actors in various locations around the world. This roundtable will focus on specific situations in Bangladesh, China, Turkey and Uganda, while considering what universities and academics outside these countries can/should do to respond, with a spotlight on initiatives at the University of Edinburgh....

2014 Doctoral Researcher Awards

The winners of ABTA 2014 Doctoral Researcher Awards have received their awards before an audience of academics, postgraduate students and parents at LBS's Lecture Theatre 1 on Sunday, 25th of May 2014....

Coventry University, CPRS Turkey to host Prof. Mustafa AYDIN

Coventry University, CPRS Turkey to host Prof. Mustafa AYDIN, Rector of Kadir Has University- Istanbul, in its Global Leaders Programme on Friday, 15th March 2013....

Loughborough academics Professor Serpil Acar and Professor Memis Acar receive Enterprise Award

Seatbelts can reduce the risk of death in a car crash by 61% if worn correctly. Certain people, especially pregnant women have difficulties adjusting the seatbelts to their bodies as they occur changes to their body shape. Professor Serpil Acar from Design School and Professor Memis Acar from School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering has developed SeatBeltPlus address this challenge. ...

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