NEW WEBSITE FOR INTERNATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION
We are delighted to announce that we are moving IHE to a new more efficient system of publication on the Open Journal System platform, with the help of the Boston College Libraries.
The current issue of IHE is published on the new website:
Archives will be moved during the summer. Archives are currently available here.
The Quarterly Publication of the CIHE
ACADEMIC INBREEDING AND MOBILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
This project was undertaken in collaboration with the great HSE team in Moscow and the resulting book was published by Palgrave Macmillan. Eight countries were chosen to be under scrutinity as experts analyse the phenomenon of inbreeding in Academia: Argentina, China, Japan, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, and Ukraine.
WORLDWIDE INVENTORY OF RESEARCH CENTERS, ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND JOURNALS
The third edition of the inventory produced by CIHE was published in 2014 by Lemmens Publishers. The inventory of research centers, academic programs and journals in the world that focus on higher education to foster co-operation between researchers and key stakeholders. The outcome includes 277 graduate programs, 217 higher education research centers and 280 journals.
INTERNATIONALIZATION THEME ISSUE OF IHE
Beginning in January 2015, IHE will add a fifth issue each year, specifically focusing on the topic of internationalization. The first issue was edited by Hans de Wit, director of the Centre for Higher Education Internationalisation at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan, Italy.
GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERS: BRIEFS ON KEY THEMES
The American Council on Education (ACE) and the Boston College Center for International Higher Education (CIHE) launched the publication International Briefs for Higher Education Leaders. The book features the key themes of global engagement, China, India, and the “southern cone” in Latin America
BOOKS AND ARTICLES
Classify With Care (An article in Inside Higher Education, Jan 2, 2015)
Creating a Global Classroom (An article in The Hindu, Dec 16, 2014)
Nix the BRICs - At Least for Higher Education Scholarship (An article in Change, Sept-Oct 2014)
Why do Indians want to study abroad? (An article in The Hindu, Sept 4, 2014)
A Priceless Chart for Deep Waters (An article in The Hindu, August 18, 2014)
Philip Altach participated in a panel on MOOCS at the United Nations. Watch
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