Video, Podcast| 08/03/2024
Like the pandemic, the cost-of-living crisis emerges as yet another pressing challenge disproportionately affecting women.
Podcast| 11/10/2023
The Research Excellence Framework, often regarded as the formidable arbiter of research prowess, stands as a behemoth in the British educational landscape. Despite its undeniable prominence, it is not impervious to critique
Podcast| 04/10/2023
Dr Mhairi Stewart sheds light on the evolving landscape of knowledge exchange and the benefits of public engagement for all.
Podcast| 27/09/2023
We embark on an exploration of the multifaceted relationship between the tertiary education system and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Podcast| 20/09/2023
Digital skills and technologies offer immense opportunities that continue to shape our society, careers, and daily lives. How do we upskill our workforce to meet new challenges?
Podcast| 13/09/2023
In a rapidly changing world with shifting societal values, AI, and complex global challenges, the need for ethical leadership transcends traditional boundaries and extends beyond research and education.
Podcast| 06/09/2023
Everyone should have access to higher education. Dr Neil Speirs advocates a 'pedagogy of hope' for empowering students, addressing classism, and fostering inclusivity.
Podcast| 30/08/2023
Let's talk about the future of tertiary education.
Podcast, Blog| 17/05/2023
Professor Isla Myers-Smith highlights the issue of climate change on tundra ecosystems.
Podcast| 08/11/2022
This panel discussion reflects on the challenges of Scottish devolution and the relationship with the rest of the UK.
Podcast| 12/08/2022
Eve Poole, Chief Executive of the RSE, is in conversation with one of the world’s best-known crime writers and creator
Podcast| 03/08/2022
Listen to Damian Barr FRSE in conversation with Dr Eve Poole, Chief Executive of the RSE, discussing the important moments in his life.