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Why Am I Joining LIS? This is a question I get asked a lot at the moment.

If I am to be true to my values and to continue to walk the walk as an educator, how could I not join the most exciting higher education project in the country?

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22 January 2021

Posted by Kiran Momi

The Week in Good News (18/01)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Researchers have found that, through targeting the orbitofrontal cortex (the part of your brain that sits just above your eye sockets) with an alternating current, they may be able to reduce compulsive behaviours such as OCD. Read the full post.

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20 January 2021

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A Snapshot of the LIS Applicant Pool

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15 January 2021

Posted by Kiran Momi

The Week in Good News (11/01)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Roboticists from Harvard have designed a school of fish with both 3D and neighbourhood vision, leading to new information about ‘collective intelligence’ in nature. Read the full post.

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13 January 2021

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Admissions

For the second year in a row, students around the UK will be awarded grades for exams they haven’t sat. So what do these grades really mean? What does it mean, to say, get an A in English Literature when you haven’t taken that summer’s paper on King Lear?

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08 January 2021

Posted by Kiran Momi

The Week in Good News (04/01)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. One of Dante’s most important literary works, alongside rare illustrative sketches by Federico Zuccari, is being publicly shown in its totality for the first time. Read the full post.

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