Universities are fundamental niches for research and knowledge generation.
This chapter discusses the implications of technological change and demographic trends for higher education supply and demand.
In a changing and complex world, higher education institutions (HEIs) and funding bodies have identified the benefits of linking students, faculty, and researchers more c
This report on the internationalization of higher education in North America examines global activities and policies related to HEIs in Canada and the United States.
Although American colleges and universities receive much more public and private support than their foreign counterparts, enrol a higher proportion of college-age populat
The United States is experiencing profound, unrelenting, and accelerating demographic, economic, and technological change.
In a world in constant transformation, the job-for-life career pattern that universities traditionally prepared students for, has been replaced by the need to deal with a
The role of higher education institutions (HEIs) has been redefined in the twenty-first century, with heightened expectations about how they can better serve society.