The HE and research landscapes have dramatically changed in the past year. The HE bill, the Sterne Review, and Brexit will have deep effects in Higher education. Moreover, the political landscape that has facilitated Brexit and the election of Donald Trump could have a severe impact on the HE sector. What are the implication of these changes for the Arts and Humanities disciplines? This good practice exchange will explore: – the future impact of Brexit on A&H research- whether A&H research might fare better in the Department for Education than it did in BIS – how REF consultation proposals might shape A&H research in the future – whether A&H research might be damaged by ‘post-truth’ politics – how the TEF might impact on the capacity to articulate A&H research Participants will share their insights on current issues as well as how they and their institutions are preparing to face them.
Key Learning Points:
- learn about current issues in HE research
- discuss how these will affect the Arts and Humanities disciplines
- find out good practice in preparing to face these issues
|Dr Anne Galliot||University of Brighton|
|Theme:||Policy and Governance, SIG|
|Date:||6th Jun 2017|
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