MASHEIN was established in 2000 and has been funded by the Leadership Foundation since 2005. MASHEIN is a network of 39 small institutions in the UK providing development and training events on a national level, specifically focused on the needs of small higher education institutions. Such institutions make a distinctive contribution to the diversity of the sector. We define 'small' as institutions with fewer than 3000 f.t.e. higher education students, and fewer than 4000 f.t.e. students overall.
Small institutions share several key characteristics which we use to inform the development of MASHEIN’s programmes:
The MASHEIN programme supports institutions in the areas of succession planning, change management, and responding to sector developments and has
the merit of understanding scale and issues as they affect institutions with different sizes
The programme has three strands:
To find out more about the work of MASHEIN and for a list of forthcoming MASHEIN events please contact:
Rebecca Bull, MASHEIN Project Manager
To find out more about the work of MASHEIN please contact:
MASHEIN Project Manager
6. Changing Roles, Structures and Careers [January 2014] Summary Report
6. Changing Roles, Structures and Careers [January 2014] Full Academic Report
5. Leadership in Practice [December 2013]
The publication of Academic and professional services in partnership literature review and overview of results, by Sarah Parkes, Julie Blackwell Young, Elizabeth Cleaver and Kenny Archibald. A jointly research project by the Leadership Foundation and the Higher Education Academy. The authors are from Newman University College
Dr Lesly Huxley becomes the new director of membership and organisational development.
First run of the ARELEN project, a leadership development workshop for Arab & north African institutions takes place in Jordan. ARELEN has been developed by Cardiff Met & the LF.