Berkeley Institutes on Higher Education
The Center for Studies in Higher Education at the University of California, Berkeley announces an institute, to be held July 8 - 12, 2013. This institute, known as the Berkeley Institute on Higher Education, is targeted for higher education leaders from around the world and will take place on the Berkeley campus.
The Institute focuses on and compares the essential characteristics of major research universities in the United States, with the University of California as a case study. The nature of higher education in California and the California Master Plan for Higher Education also provide important background relating to access to higher education, overall structure, and budgetary effectiveness and efficiency.
The Institute focuses on internal university governance and management that makes possible the creation and maintenance of the world’s top research universities, including strategic planning, university governance at the multi-campus and campus levels, and faculty participation in governance, tenure, admissions, access for all elements of society, academic planning, accomplishing change, and starting new campuses. The institute also takes up the research university’s role in national and regional economic development, and service to society, including the structure and culture for technological innovation in California and elsewhere, mutually beneficial University-industry interactions, technology transfer, and the university as a catalyst for social and economic development.
Who Should Attend
The Institute is designed for Higher Education leaders from government ministries, colleges, and universities from around the world, including California and the rest of the United States, who have or are expected to have substantial administrative responsibilities, and who are interested in broadening their understanding of university governance and functions.
Participants will learn from higher education experts from the University of California and nationally and will share and learn from one another. This program is designed for a small group of experienced administrators responsible for thinking strategically about the design of institutions, academic change, campus governance, new structures and curricula, new modes of delivery, new alliances, and accommodating students from varied backgrounds.
PROGRAM TOPICS COVERED
American Higher Education; the Dimensions and Rationales
University Budgeting and Finance
Assuring and Maintaining Faculty Quality
University Roles in Technological Innovation
Student Admissions; Prediction of Student Performance
Globalization and Branch Campuses
For additional information please contact .
Programs may be scheduled for groups and can accommodate special interests. Please contact:
C. Judson King
Quotes from PREVIOUS Participants
"The Center for Studies in Higher Education is to be congratulated on the program itself, on the wonderful welcome and attention we were accorded and on the sheer amount of time that the director and other professors spent with us. The program was very intense, the atmosphere warm and friendly, and the experience highly worthwhile."
"The bonus is the many reflections I had over my own environment."
"I would recommend the program to fellow colleagues... who are potential leaders... They may benefit from widening their perspectives on various HE issues, especially in forming strategies for development."
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Last modified: 10 April 2013 |