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Environmental report highlights Cambridge's progress towards sustainability goals

18 April 2018

The University has published its Environmental Sustainability Report 2017, setting out its progress over the past 12 months, including key achievements and where there is room for improvement.

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Vice-Chancellor's statement on the results of the UCU ballot

17 April 2018

USS LATEST: V-C welcomes suspension of industrial action. Focus is now on ensuring the long-term viability of USS.

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University data protection policy and training

10 April 2018

Online training course to help staff to prepare for new data protection law that comes into force next month.

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Statement from the Director of HR

4 April 2018

University strongly condemns letter-writing campaign, and offers support to any staff affected by harassment, violence or hate crime.

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Vice-Chancellor welcomes latest proposal to resolve USS dispute

29 March 2018

USS LATEST: Professor Toope calls the proposal a solid starting point for the union and employers to work together towards a solution.

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Proposal for an expert panel to review the 2017 USS valuation

27 March 2018

Joint UCU-UUK proposal still needs approval from UCU members, the USS trustee, and the Pensions Regulator.

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University Gender Pay Gap report published

22 March 2018

The University is launching new initiatives to help close the gender pay gap.

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Vice-Chancellor calls on negotiators to make key amendments to UUK/UCU proposal

14 March 2018

USS LATEST: Cambridge will also not deduct pay for action short of strike.

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Recording of pensions open meeting on Friday 9 March

14 March 2018

A film and transcript of the recent pensions open meeting are available to members of the University.

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Vice-Chancellor writing to USS to demand full disclosure of valuation methods

12 March 2018

University Council also agrees to higher contributions to maintain DB in the short term.

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