Tip-off service set up to stop dangerous UK student initiations

0
Amid growing concerns around student initiations that compel students to perform dangerous tasks to join a club or society, the body that organises student...

Dutch students offered ‘grave therapy’ by student chaplaincy

0
In academic environments, students are often encouraged to maintain their wellbeing through student union services, such as therapy dogs, counselling, or bubble wraps. But...

Australian students’ strategies for wellbeing

0
From the Global Student Living Conference 2018. Learn more about the GSL Conference here, and read more about Australian students' experiences in PBSA in our 2019...

Blind US students struggle with inaccessible digital course tools

0
In the rising age of technology, digital courseware materials are popular choices when it comes to learning at university. The interactive videos, simulations and built-in video assignments...

UK unis take measures to help autistic students settle in

0
UK universities are enabling some inclusive new measures to support the transition of autistic students from secondary education to further education. Over an eight year...

Food insecurity at US colleges: how your institution can combat it

0
We’re all familiar with the narrative of college students subsisting on black coffee and ramen noodles; it’s seen as a rite of passage, a punchline to...

Smart drugs: what they are, and how unis can respond

0
The use of smart drugs in the UK is on the rise. Also known as cognitive enhancers, study drugs and nootropics, they are taken...

Dedicated student mental health centre opens in Manchester

0
Greater Manchester has become home to the UK's first dedicated health centre for students suffering from severe mental difficulties at local universities, with a...

Championing a safe, healthy and inclusive HE sector for students

0
From the Global Student Living Conference 2019. Head here to register your interest for future GSL conferences, and learn more about the GSL Conference here. https://vimeo.com/349052867 The Office for...

Disabled British students drop out through lack of support

0
With increasing rates of disabled students dropping out, a recent report by the Office for Students (OfS) has criticised institutions on their ‘inadequate’ support...
- Advertisement -

LATEST