In Canada, scholars ask what will be sacrificed to improve links between universities and business.
In Britain, applicants for government support, required to demonstrate the benefits of their work, say the measures are too narrowly defined.
In Germany, as more institutions seek industry partnerships, a new venture asks: On what terms?
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- Britain Experiments With GPA, but Critics Say It Won’t Be a Cure-All
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A Freshmen Year, Far from Home
For Chinese students in America, study abroad can be a daunting experience. Michigan State University, for example, is nothing like home.