Who does what when a student dies?


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Today, Wonkhe published an article of mine relating to the way in which universities respond to the death of a student.


At a time when support staff in universities are the subject of considerable discussion – consider, for example, the recent article from Andre Spicer in The Guardian about "empty administration" – I hope my article conveys something of the depth of the work of student services.


To read the article, visit the Wonkhe website, where you can also comment on and share the article.


You can connect with Levi Pay on LinkedIn or Twitter.




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