Institute im Ausland | Interview mit Prof. Dr. Mike S. Schäfer
Prof. Dr. Mike S. Schäfer leitet seit 2015 das Kompetenzzentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (CHESS) an der Universität Zürich. Als Professor für Wissenschaftskommunikation lehrt und forscht Mike Schäfer auf dem Gebiet der Hochschulkommunikation sowie der Umwelt- und Klimawandelkommunikation. Dabei interessiert er sich vor allem für Veränderungen der Wissenschaft durch digitale Medien und die Einstellung der Bevölkerung gegenüber der Wissenschaft und Forschung.
Institute im Ausland │Interview mit Prof. Dr. Jeroen Huisman
The Centre for Higher Education Governance Ghent (CHEGG) seeks to understand governance at the system and at the institutional level using in-depth and theory-based research methods from different disciplines. The director of CHEGG, Prof. Dr. Jeroen Huisman, is Professor of Higher Education at the Department of Sociology, Ghent University. His research interests include e.g. organisational change, organisational diversity and higher education landscapes, theory and methods in higher education.
Institute im Ausland | Interview mit Prof. Dr. Federico Neresini
The Research Institute PaSTIS (Padova Science Technology & Innovation Studies) in Italy - founded in 2008 – has dedicated its research to science and technology in a broader sense, including innovation studies, science communication and the analysis of cultural contexts in which science and technology are embedded.
Institute im Ausland | Interview mit Prof. Dr. Olivier Borraz
The Sciences Po, Centre de Sociologie des Organisations (CSO), is a research institution at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). It is internationally recognized in the area of Sociology of Organizations, and is strongly committed to sociological research on Higher Education and Science. Prof. Dr. Olivier Borraz is the director of CSO and a CNRS research professor. His main research interests include risk governance and crisis management.
Institute im Ausland | Interview mit Prof. Jordi Molas Gallart
INGENIO is a joint institute of the Spanish Council for Scientific Research and the Universitat Politècnica de València. It was created in 1999 to carry out research and teaching on the economic and social implications of science and innovation. Prof. Jordi Molas Gallart is INGENIO's director. His main research areas comprehend Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Research Evaluation and Military Innovation. He is also the president of the European Network of Indicator Designers (ENID).
Institute im Ausland | Interview mit Dr. Sveinung Skule
Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education (NIFU) in Norway aims to be a leading European research organization for studies of innovation, research and education at all levels. It collects, analyses and disseminates national statistics and indicators for R&D and innovation and is an active participant in statistical cooperation at the European and international levels.
Institute im Ausland | Interview mit Prof. Dr. Hans Vossensteyn
The Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) at the University of Twente in the Netherlands conducts research about higher education policy and governance. In many projects it adopts not only the Dutch but also a supranational perspective.
Institute im Ausland | Interview mit Prof Dr. Simon Marginson
The Center for Global Higher Education (CGHE) is a research institute in the UK with a research focus on local and global engagement and its social and economic impact. Prof. Dr. Simon Marginson is the director of the CGHE and the research programme ‘Global higher education engagement’. In his research he is particularly interested in policy and system organization in higher education as well as international and comparative higher education.
Institute im Ausland | Interview mit Prof. Hans de Wit
International research topics and projects are at the core of the Center for International Higher Education (CIHE) at Boston College. The diverse international connections and publications are the expression of the belief that an international perspective is needed to foster enlightened policies and practices in higher education.