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Inclusion should be a ‘necessity’ for universities

“Greatest challenge” for universities is balancing needs of organisation with those of individual, says dean

Language around research culture should shift from a discussion about the “importance” of inclusion to its “necessity” within universities, a conference has heard.

Speaking at the Vitae International Researcher Development Conference on 13 September, Tim Newton, dean of research culture and a professor of psychology at King’s College London, said the greatest challenge universities face is balancing the “needs of the organisation versus the needs of the individual”.

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