Special Audio Supplement:
World Class Worldwide? The Challenges of Creating and Sustaining Research Universities in Asia
with Philip G. Altbach
Interviewed November 16, 2007
On November 16, 2007, Dr. Philip Altbach participated in Indiana University's (IU) Science and Technology in the Pacific Century (STIP) Colloquium Series. Funded by the Illinois/Indiana U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant, STIP project was initiated in Fall 2006 with the goal of exploring shifts in the location of leading scientific research towards East Asian institutions. Hosted by IU's East Asian Studies Center, this event was co-sponsored by Horizons of Knowledge, the IU School of Education Foundation, Discipline-Based Scholarship for Education, the Office of the Vice President for International Affairs, the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, and the Center for Postsecondary Research.
Spotlight on the U.S. Study Abroad Enterprise and Standards for Good Practice
with Brian Whalen
Interviewed August 29, 2007
Dr. Whalen is associate professor of international studies, associate dean, and executive director of the Office of Global Education at Dickinson College, in Pennsylvania (USA). He's also president and CEO of the Forum on Education Abroad, a U.S.-based membership organization for institutions and individuals involved in study abroad.
U.S. Government Interest in Internationalization and the International Branch Campus Phenomenon
with Philip G. Altbach
Interviewed August 14, 2007
Dr. Altbach is director of the Boston College (BC) Center for International Higher Education. He also holds the J. Donald Monan chair as professor of higher education at BC's Lynch School of Education, and is a world-renowned scholar on global trends in higher education.
Assessing U.S. Study Abroad Capacity for Growth and Diversification
with Peggy Blumenthal
Interviewed June 28, 2007
International Student Circulation in a Global Context
with Hans de Wit
Interviewed May 29, 2007
Hans de Wit is editor of the Journal of Studies in International Education, Dean of Windesheim Honours College of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam/Windesheim Hogeschool, Zwolle, and a founding member of the European Association for International Education (EAIE).