The American Research University from World War II to World Wide Web
Governments, the Private Sector, and the Emerging Meta-University
Publication Year: 2007
Published by: University of California Press
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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication, Quotes
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...very helpful. Several people at the University of California were lass, Irwin Feller, Jud King, and Karl Pister; and at Riverside, ...
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This volume is based on three lectures I delivered at the Univer-sity of California as the 2005 Clark Kerr Lecturer on the Role of for Studies in Higher Education at the University of California, American higher education garnered during forty-fi ve years as a student, professor, and administrator in both public and private ...
1. Governments and Universities: The Roles and Influences of the Public Sector in Higher Education
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...mission. That is our business. That is fi rst and foremost what special role in that mission of creating opportunity. It is cap-tured in the motto coined for the University of Michigan in the tions that create opportunity not just for individuals, but also for states, regions, nations, or industries by virtue of the economic ...
2. Industry, Philanthropy, and Universities: The Roles and Influences of the Private Sector in Higher Education
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...transmitter of knowledge, values, and understanding, as well as opment, they are at the nexus of fi ve interested parties whose driven by “fi re in the belly” and obsessive concentration on solving challenging puzzles. Legislators at all levels believe that tax dollars should produce jobs. Industry wants faster and faster ...
3. Openness: Education, Research, and Scholarly Communication in an Age of Globalization and Terrorism
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Of all the things that have changed since Clark Kerr’s 1963 God-kin Lectures, I suspect that the extent of the internationalization of our faculties and graduate-student populations in science, en-ing characteristics. Openness describes the state of our research universities at the beginning of the twenty-fi rst century, and it ...
4. The Emerging Global Meta-University: Higher Education and Scholarship in the Age of the Internet
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...to world-class status. Strong forces and great opportunities are globalization of higher education? Will the Age of the Internet search? Are residential universities dying dinosaurs, or models text of two admitted biases. First, I remain hopelessly in love with the residential university—with Clark Kerr’s multiversity. ...
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Page Count: 140
Publication Year: 2007
Series Title: The Clark Kerr Lectures On the Role of Higher
Education in Society