5 edition of Future of the American Public Research University found in the catalog.
March 12, 2007
by Sense Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Roger L. Geiger (Editor), Carol Colbeck (Editor), Roger L. Williams (Editor), Christian K. Anderson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
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: Future of the American Public Research University (Global Perspectives on Higher Education) (): Roger L. Geiger, Carol Colbeck, Roger L.
Williams, Christian K. Anderson: BooksPrice: $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "This volume is the scholarly outpouring from a symposium held at the Pennsylvania State University on February, on 'The future of the American public research university.'"--Introduction.
supporters—can take to shape the future. Ultimately, the American public research university is about the future—it has played such a vital role in the past that American society will expect the same in the future.
The future depends on the strength of public higher education because of its. "Research Universities and the Public Good provides a strong argument for the importance of research universities Presenting numerous case studies that show why [research universities] matter, this book offers a fresh and readable defense of the American research university."––Maryann P.
Feldman, AcademeCited by: 6. The Future of the Public University in America explores the unique challenges facing public higher education today, from the forces driving change--economic imperatives, technology, and market forces--to the characteristics of the public university that make change difficult: the nature of its various campus communities, its governance system Cited by: Michael M.
Crow, president of Arizona State University and an outspoken advocate for reinventing the public research university, conceived the New American University model when he moved from Columbia University to ASU in Following a comprehensive reconceptualization spanning more than a decade, ASU has emerged as an international academic and research powerhouse that.
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Out of the crises of American higher education emerges a new class of large-scale public universities designed to accelerate social change through broad access to world-class knowledge production and cutting-edge technological a's research universities lead the world in discovery, creativity, and innovation—but are captive to a set of design constraints that.
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The unfortunate consequence of the low priority given to support the unique missions of the American research university by the states, the federal government, and the public puts not only the leadership of higher education at risk, but also threatens the economic prosperity and security of the nation.
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A similar poll of Britons, conducted instated that 67 percent had visited a library within the last year. . Even if this is not the teaching that the public hears most about, it is going on in abundance at the country’s major universities, and accounts for the research. In the United States, public colleges and universities educate more than 80 percent of the nation's 11 million college students.
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A March study by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press found that 60% of American adults viewed universities as having a positive effect on how things are going in the country and 84% of college graduates say that the expense of going to college was a good investment for them.
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He has won awards for his work on health economics, agricultural economics and on Latin America. Kremer earned his Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University in Gavazzi and Gee's book is on the future of Land-grant universities but the book has implications far beyond the Land-grants.
The authors, long-time leaders of public higher education, have personal experience and unique perspectives on the challenges ahead.
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