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Imperial academics awarded prestigious Future Leaders Fellowships

  Five of @ImperialCollege’s next generation of world class scientists have been awarded UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships to boost their careers.

#MeToo: More women report feeling unsafe on public transport since movement

Women are 2.5% more likely to report feeling unsafe on public transport since #MeToo highlighted women’s experiences of harassment. This is according to a study looking at 137,531 customer surveys for public transport users in 25 metro systems worldwide.

Imperial celebrates academic promotions

Professor Chaturvedi has been promoted to Professor of Organisation Behaviour and Leadership Annual promotion round sees over 135 academics from the Business School and the Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Natural Sciences promoted.

'Hybrid learning works' - Provost makes case for future-focused education

Universities have an opportunity to "rethink higher education for the long term," writes Professor Ian Walmsley in the New York Times. Imperial's Provost argues that, while some online learning has been introduced to manage pandemic safety, universities can be more ambitious.

University of Chicago signs new science and innovation partnership with Imperial College London

The agreement formalises ties between two of the world’s leading research universities, focusing on capabilities in security, resilience, and allied fields The University of Chicago (@UChicago) has increased its global ties by signing a new agreement with Imperial College London (@imperialcollege), deepening the University’s connections in the science and innovation ecosystem of the U.K and leveraging the London presence of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.The Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Chicago and the Institute for Security Science and Technology (ISST) at Imperial College London, signed this summer, focuses on furthering expertise and capabilities in security, resilience and allied fields. It will build collaborative research and education work in three main areas:

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