Trends V and the Bologna Process in European Higher Education
with David Crosier
Interviewed May 28, 2007
Mr. Crosier is project Director at the European University Association and lead researcher on the Trends project, which tracks Bologna Process developments.
Quality, Accountability, and Research in U.S. Study Abroad
with Michael (Mick) Vande Berg
Interviewed May 29, 2007
Mick Vande Berg is a comparative literature professor by training, and currently serves as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer for the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE).
Diploma Mills and Degree Fraud
with Alan Contreras
Interviewed May 11, 2007
Mr. Contreras is the Administrator for the Oregon Student Assistance Commission's Office of Degree Authorization (ODA). The ODA administers laws, standards, and services that seek to ensure the quality of higher education and the integrity of academic degrees as public credentials.
Also see the Higher Education Corruption Monitor.
Higher Education Finance, Access, and Equity
with D. Bruce Johnstone
Interviewed May 8, 2007
Dr. Johnstone is director of the International Comparative Higher Education Finance and Accessibility Project at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Dr. Johnstone has been the Chancellor of the State University of New York System and president of the State University College at Buffalo.
Perspectives on the International Mobility of Scholars
with Patti McGill Peterson
Interviewed April 30, 2007
Dr. Peterson is the executive director of the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES)—the Fulbright Program—in the United States. Dr. Peterson has also been president of several American universities.