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Events

HEPI runs a range of events selected to maximise their effectiveness in reaching out to our target audiences and include invite-only high level seminars (such as our annual series of House of Commons breakfast seminars), conferences, one-to-one briefings, as well as set-piece events such as the HEPI Annual Lecture given by a senior international figure. Some of these events result in publications, which we also make available online.

  • 21 Jun 2006

    Charities, excellence and assessment

    by Dr Mark Walport

    Dr Mark Walport’s PowerPoint presentation from the Research Funding and Assessment Beyond 2008 conference held on 21 June 2006.

  • 21 Jun 2006

    Research Funding and Assessment: Beyond 2008

    by Bill Rammell MP

    Speech given by Bill Rammell MP, Minister for Higher Education, at the Research Funding and Assessment Beyond 2008 conference held on 21 June 2006.

  • 18 May 2006

    Fourth HEPI Annual Lecture

    by HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan

    The Fourth HEPI Annual Lecture was delivered by HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan on 18 May 2006, at the Royal Geographical Society in London. He spoke of “Mono and Multi Culture: the role of universities in learning from each other in today’s world”. Download the transcript or┬álisten…

  • 13 Dec 2005

    University Governance

    by Richard Lambert

    Paper presented by Richard Lambert at the HEPI “Governance of Higher Education in a Market Environment” seminar held on 13 December 2005 at the House of Commons.

  • 13 Dec 2005

    Higher Education and the Market

    by Roger Brown

    Higher Education and the Market: protecting quality and diversity in a market driven system. Paper presented by Roger Brown at the HEPI “Governance of Higher Education in a Market Environment” seminar held on 13 December 2005 at the House of Commons.

  • 30 Nov 2005

    Development of Third Stream Activity

    by Sachi Hatakenaka

    The purpose of this report is to provide a framework for thinking about the purpose of third stream funding, to help generate debate and to reach a clarity of understanding, both about the short and the longer term. The author presented this paper to a HEPI seminar at the House…