CHEAD Research Alliance Strategy Symposium

A sold-out symposium launching the CHEAD Research Alliance was held on Thursday 8th September at the Royal College of Arts, London. With keynotes from Professor Naren Barfield and Professor Greenhalgh …

Policy Briefing – July

The CHEAD Policy Briefing will take a break over August to return early in September when it is to be hoped things will have settled enough for new policy maps to begin to emerge. It feels almost fool …

CHEAD adopts Open Policy

The HE Art, Design and Media (ADM) sector and the world of policymaking are both changing fast and CHEAD is changing too. In response to consultations with our members, we are moving steadily towards …

CHEAD Research Alliance Launched

There are many changes and challenges facing Art, Design and Media (ADM) research. CHEAD responded to the Stern Review of REF: Call for Evidence consultation following the Nurse Review and The Metric …

Kerstin Mey on Brexit

CHEAD’s Treasurer, Kerstin Mey’s, thoughts on Brexit and its implications for research can be found on the THES Blog today. Kerstin is Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean at the Westminster School of Media, …

CHEAD Response to the EU Referendum Result

CHEAD is disappointed at the outcome of yesterday’s referendum but respects the decision of the British population. CHEAD’s member institutions continue to value global and European cooperation and we …

CHEAD undertakes Membership Review

At the 26th May 2016 CHEAD Membership and Networking meeting, members were presented with a Membership Report that set out a proposal to introduce a tiered membership fee structure based on self decla …

Policy Update – March-May 2016

Main areas of focus for CHEAD: This is a policy update – a broad overview. We will shortly be posting more detailed briefs on the Success as a Knowledge Economy White Paper, TEF implementation, degree …

CHEAD Links Meeting

CHEAD’s Links Group reconvened on 28 April hosted at Ravensbourne in Greenwich, well attended by representatives of Art, Design and Media Subject Associations along with David Vaughan and Maureen Waym …