The American Research University from World War II to World Wide Web: Governments, the Private Sector, and the Emerging Meta-University

The American Research University from World War II to World Wide Web: Governments, the Private Sector, and the Emerging Meta-University

The American Research University from World War II to World Wide Web: Governments, the Private Sector, and the Emerging Meta-University

The American Research University from World War II to World Wide Web: Governments, the Private Sector, and the Emerging Meta-University

Synopsis

Forty years after Clark Kerr coined the term multiversity, the American research university has continued to evolve into a complex force for social and economic good. This volume provides a unique opportunity to explore the current state of the research university system. Charles M. Vest, one of the leading advocates for autonomy for American higher education, offers a multifaceted view of the university at the beginning of a new century. With a complex mission and funding structure, the university finds its international openness challenged by new security concerns and its ability to contribute to worldwide opportunity through sharing and collaboration dramatically expanded by the Internet. In particular, Vest addresses the need to nurture broad access to our universities and stay true to the fundamental mission of creating opportunity.
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