South Africa's universities are in a state of upheaval. Academic developers must rethink their own purpose and how they work with academics in this environment to foster positive change.
Teaching often comes second to research in universities. A group of award winning lecturers explains why teaching is the best part of their work.
The students' movement has stretched South Africans in personal, professional, powerful and provocative ways. Have academics been stretched enough to reflect deeply on the status quo at universities?
An academic who has marched alongside students during university fee protests in South Africa explains why their demands resonate with her and so many others.
Completing a PhD is a process that takes years. There are several ways to make this a happy, productive time rather than a period of endless misery.
Academics are on the frontline, battling the Home Office over new visa regulations.
Classrooms are places of genuine human engagement, debate, thought and passion. Guns undermine the openness and vulnerability necessary for learning.