Mostrando recursos 1 - 15 de 15

  1. Interview wiht Philip Albach

    Global University Network for Innovation
    In this interview Philip Albach, Director of the Center for International Higher Education at Boston College, gives his views on issues such as higher education as a global actor, equity in access to higher education or aspects of ranking higher education institutions.

  2. Interview with Antonio Elizalde

    Global University Network for Innovation
    In this interview, Antonio Elizalde, Rector Emeritus of the Bolivarian University (Chile), reflects on the concept of “development at human scale”.

  3. Interview with David Brown

    Global University Network for Innovation; Brown, David
    The Harvard University Professor, L. David Brown, talked with GUNI about how higher education in the United States faces the challenges for human and social development. Mr. Brown considers that universities and students, all together, have to be engaged with the global arena. He also talked about ‘practice-research engagement’, its benefits for the society, and about why universities have to be involved in this issue.

  4. Interview with Deane Neubauer

    Global University Network for Innovation; Neubauer, Deane
    Deane Neubauer, senior advisor to the East-West Center, Hawaii, talked with GUNI about the role of universities in the framework of the new concept of global citizenship. Mr. Neubauer considers that universities must continue to enforce their teaching and research tasks, while reinforcing their relation with other universities and with policy and decision makers internationally.

  5. Interview with Rajesh Tandon

    Global University Network for Innovation; Tandon, Rajesh
    The President of the Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA), Rajesh Tandon, talked with GUNI about the social role of universities, and about why a partnership is needed between universities and civil society actors. Dr. Tandon considers that universities must change their teaching, research and service functions and that it is important to reinforce the institutionalization of partnerships between universities and the civil society.

  6. Interview with Leo Jansen

    Global University Network for Innovation; Jansen, Leo
    Leo Jansen, Professor Emeritus of the Technological University of Delft, talked with GUNI about the importance to integrate the concept of sustainability transversally into higher education institutions. To successfully implement sustainability issues, one needs a transdisciplinary approach, which is currently not being fostered by higher education institutions.

  7. Interview with Andrew Mott

    Global University Network for Innovation; Mott, Andrew
    The Executive Director of the Community Learning Partnership and Senior Fellow at the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University, Andrew Mott, talked with GUNI about the implication of universities creating educational programs to prepare people for careers in community development and social change. Mott highlights the importance of innovative programmes that include a multi-disciplinary point of view, offer experiential as well as classroom learning and give priority to communities and their issues in the research system.

  8. Interview with George Bureng Nyombe

    Global University Network for Innovation; Bureng Nyombe, George
    The Minister of Higher Education of Sudan, George Bureng V. Nyombe, talked with GUNI about the changes of higher education in East African countries. Minister Nyombe considers that, although there is a lot of work to be done, the knowledge generated in this area can be directly used for economic development. He also believes that the end of brain drain from Africa begins to have positive effects in the region.

  9. Interview with Charas Suwanwela

    Global University Network for Innovation; Suwanwela, Charas
    The Professor Emeritus at the Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), Charas Suwanwela, talked with GUNI about how universities in developing countries have to assume their role in making research, which is relevant in a local and global context to cover their needs. Prof. Suwanwela considers that research in developing countries can be competitive, as it is happening in India or China. He also talked about universities and social justice, democracy and human rights.

  10. Interview with Dr Colin Brock

    Global University Network for Innovation; Brock, Colin
    Professor Colin Brock, UNESCO Chair holder, talked with GUNI about the responses of Higher Education to new challenges, such as multicultural student bodies and excluded population. He also reflects upon the boom of universities rankings and their impact on higher education institutions.

  11. Interview with Aziza Bennani

    Bennani, Aziza; Global University Network for Innovation
    The Ambassador and Permanent Delegate of Morocco at UNESCO, Aziza Bennani, talked with GUNI about the importance to promote common values between the different societies. The former Secretary of State for Culture of Morocco considers that higher education must reconsider some of its aspects to promote that its students are capable of dialoguing in culturally different environments.

  12. Interview with Konrad Osterwalder

    Global University Network for Innovation; Osterwalder, Konrad
    The Rector of the United Nations University (UNU), Professor Konrad Osterwalder, talked with GUNI about the new approaches of UNU to strengthen developed and developing countries’ higher education and research and how to address issues such as globalisation and mass higher education.

  13. Interview with Budd Hall

    Global University Network for Innovation; Hall, Budd
    The Director of the Office of Community-Based Research and Senior Fellow in the Centre for Global Studies (University of Victoria, Canada), Budd Hall, talked with GUNI about the new challenges for higher education in North America, such as equity, distribution of resources, globalization or sustainability. Prof. Hall also considers very important to engage universities with their local community, but without forgetting a global point of view. In this sense, universities have to provide students theoretical and practical knowledge but also skills for them to be active citizens in the interconnected global society.

  14. Interview with Deepak Nayyar

    Nayyar, Deepak; Global University Network for Innovation
    Professor of Economics at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, Deepak Nayyar, talked with GUNI about the dangers and the opportunities created by markets and globalization in terms of their effects on values in higher education and also on the higher education system. He explained the demand for higher education in China and India, about how these countries have to act regarding the internationalisation of education and the global economy.

  15. Interview with Peter Taylor

    Global University Network for Innovation
    Peter Taylor, research fellow and leader of the Participation, Power and Social Change Team of the Institute of Development Studies (University of Sussex), talked about the third volume of GUNI’s report Higher Education in the World, of which he is guest editor. He says that in order to be able to face the complex challenges of today’s world, higher education should build curricula on issues of social change and human and social development.

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