A New York University professor who was stopped on his way to conduct research in the United Arab Emirates said he wasn't completely surprised when he learned, while trying to board a plane at Kennedy International Airport last week, that he had ... University World News, 1 week ago
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In a seminal 1993 article, Manuel Castells argued that universities are social systems and historically produced institutions that attempt to make seemingly contradictory functions compatible. He described the four functions of universities as: ...University World News, 3 weeks ago
Internationally, there is growing consensus among national policy-makers and other central socio-economic actors that the university is a driver of economic growth and development. This has to do with the role of the university in producing a highly ...University World News, 3 weeks ago
At the start of 2015, after a year of increased political and military tension growing in several parts of the world, including Europe, as well as the fundamentalist attacks in Paris, it is relevant to look at its implications for higher education. ...University World News, 1 month ago Internationalisation and global tension: Some lessons University World News, 1 month ago
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