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

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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Conference Reflections: the winds of change are blowing through the sector, but so are the winds of opportunity

A line up of interesting, and useful workshops together with some key notes that provided context and challenge to those present. As was said at one of the workshops I attended ‘the winds of change are blowing through the sector whether we like it or not’.
Apr 25, 2024
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Coming to the AHEP Conference? Insider Tips for Maximum Impact!

So, you’re coming to the AHEP conference. “Yay” you might say but whether it’s your first time coming or your tenth you may (still) feel daunted at the prospect of walking into a conference hall and seeing a sea of faces all talking away at each other and you’re standing in the corner drinking a coffee wondering how they all know each other, how do I get myself into one of these conversations?
Feb 26, 2024
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How should universities position themselves in the forthcoming election?

It is difficult to recall a previous election which higher education went into with such a potentially toxic combination of being in desperate need of investment at a time of acute pressure on public finances, and simultaneously at risk of haemorrhaging the support and goodwill it needs to secure it.
Feb 26, 2024
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