Twitter | Search | |
Richard Hall
Professor of Education and Technology. NTF. UCU Rep. Alienated Academic book: Podcast: writing The Hopeless University
106,873
Tweets
1,849
Following
4,037
Followers
Tweets
Richard Hall retweeted
Dr Nafeez Ahmed 23h
EXCLUSIVE: New documents from Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) reveal UK Govt still chasing 'long-term herd immunity' through recurrent waves of over 5 years or more via
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall retweeted
Charles Knight 4h
Key line in that government restructure document for HE.
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall retweeted
ALFREY 😎 4h
Replying to @Midge_UK
You haven't lived!
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall retweeted
Decolonising DMU 41m
Many tnx 2 the School of Fashion & Textiles for inviting us to give an overview of our work at your decolonising event this afternoon!
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall retweeted
Penny CS Andrews 🌈🔥 5h
Please enjoy my range of masks
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall retweeted
Dr Emma Kennedy 7h
I get so angry when universities immediately start shedding staff and claiming poverty. Unlike so many sectors you're able to command the same fees &, let's be honest, still a large number of enrolments. It's clear that this is down to mismanagement.
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 40m
Replying to @pennyb
too hot!
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall retweeted
Regina Frank 46m
Vacancy for Research Fellow (mat cover), interested in HE, for campus-wide initiative (institution, staff, student, curriculum & library). Mat cover until April 2021. £34-£38k, De Montfort Uni, , UK.
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall retweeted
Plashing Vole 1h
Reading the government’s paper on bailing out universities that crash due to COVID. It’s a bit scary.
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 56m
Replying to @HallyMk1
be nice if staff/unions couId see these! "Detail of all assumptions underpinning the financial model, including evidence for their values and how they will be achieved"
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 59m
Replying to @HallyMk1
Pensions klaxon! "A cost plan, including efficiencies and synergies; with a particular focus on the pay of senior leadership, pension costs, marketing spend, funding for student activism and sabbaticals and the costs of administration or bureaucracy"
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 1h
Replying to @HallyMk1
be more excellent hippies: "Setting out how the provider will focus resources on scientific research that is: internationally excellent (‘three star’) or higher, or else of direct and demonstrable value to the national economy or to the local and regional business community"
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 1h
Replying to @HallyMk1
It's all for sale: "selling or repurposing assets to repay loans or fund restructuring; closing unviable campuses and considering options for merger, consolidation and service sharing".
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 1h
Replying to @HallyMk1
nothing wrong with a little hate in your dialogue: "We will also require assurance that providers are fully complying with their legal duties to secure freedom of speech".
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 1h
Replying to @HallyMk1
for their to be winners, there have to be losers: "There is a clear economic and value for money case for intervention: not all providers will be prevented from exiting the market".
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 2h
Replying to @HallyMk1
Regulatory terrain: "The principles set out in the Restructuring Regime represent a sound set of principles for all higher education providers and I would encourage all providers... to carefully consider them as they develop their strategies for the future."
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 2h
Replying to @HallyMk1
Brexit means Brexit. We had an Empire, you know?! "In every case this must involve a much stronger alignment of the courses delivered with the economic and societal needs of the nation."
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 2h
Replying to @HallyMk1
You're on your own now suckers. "The majority of providers will not need additional support from the Restructuring Regime, but will nevertheless be looking to undergo their own restructuring to ensure they are better suited for the post-COVID world"
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 2h
Replying to @HallyMk1
students! eat. consume. die. "The funding of student unions should be proportionate and focused on serving the needs of the wider student population rather than subsidising niche activism and campaigns."
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Hall 2h
Replying to @HallyMk1
we are all on the front-line now. No shielding for any mother-effer: "allowing academics to focus on the front-line."
Reply Retweet Like