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The AHEP blog is a space to voice opinion, inform, celebrate and share perspectives of working in higher education administration and management today.

Elevating Retention with EDI: Strategies for Long-Term Success

Following the success and popularity of our conference panel session, 'Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education Professional Services: Attracting and Retaining the People we Need', we caught up with panelists Christina Hughes and Dr Arun Verma to get their reflections on some of the questions our delegates brought to the session:
Jun 5, 2024
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Member Spotlight: PgCert Success Kelli Wolfe

Third in the PgCert success series, Kelli Wolfe, Deputy Academic Registrar, Roehampton University, shares how the course impacted her professional development.
Jun 5, 2024
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Campus Pride: Uniting for Equality and Inclusion

University of Manchester EDIA Manager, Nate Belgrave, highlights the progress HEIs have made, and still need to make, to fully include the LGBTQ+ community during Pride and beyond.
May 31, 2024
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Making HE Inclusive for Transgender Students

In honour of Pride month, the following piece brings you personal and institutional changes that can make HE a more inclusive and welcome place for transgender students and staff.
May 31, 2024
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Introducing your Deputy Editor

Introducing the new Deputy Editor, Emily Hargreaves, Head of Administration in Philosophy at the University of Warwick.
May 16, 2024
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What is a Professional Services Early Careers Network and why should your institution have one too?

In honour of National Staff Networks Week, we caught up with HE professionals from the University of Birmingham who share their experience of setting up a Professional Services Early Careers Network and the benefits it has to individuals and organisations.
May 14, 2024
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Embracing remote flexible working: The highs, the lows and what we are doing to make it a success

Millie Crook - Head of Human Resources and Organisational Development at QAA explores the positive and negative impact of flexible working.
May 9, 2024
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International Collaboration in Higher Ed – HE in Australia

We caught up with AHEP member Kathryn Whittingham, to hear her thoughts on HE in Australia. Kathryn has been semi-retired since 2020, having moved into higher education from the UK Civil Service in 1988, and was the first professional member of university staff recruited to an Australian institution from outside the country. She has extensive experience of the sector, working in seven institutions across three countries and two hemispheres.
May 8, 2024
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