On the Horizon: Volume 22 Issue 3


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Tom P. Abeles

This essay aims to explore the changing academic landscape, P-16 and beyond. Experience and study has shown that the current model of education, in general, and post-secondary…

Developing entrepreneurial competences in students in the life sciences: the Lifetech Ad-Venture program

Rafael Alcaraz-Rodriguez, Mario M. Alvarez, Marcia Villasana

The purpose of this paper is to identify how an entrepreneurship program in the life-sciences impacts the development of their entrepreneurial skills and values in undergraduate…

Insights about the profession: questionable norms and the marginalization of practice

Joseph Murphy

The purpose of this article is to discuss concerns about dominant university norms and values and their appropriateness in higher education in the 21st century. It also explains…

From homogeneity to heterogeneity: the multicultural future of higher education

Constance Bygrave, Ozen Asik-Dizdar, Guneet Kaur Saini

– The purpose of this paper is to provide insights for educators when adapting their pedagogy to suit the increasingly diverse international student body.

The changing roles of higher education: curator, evaluator, connector and analyst

Julianne K. Wolfe, David W. Andrews

The purpose of this paper is to identify the changing role of higher education as it adapts to the information age. The article posits that a personalized, competency-based model…


Have universities lost sight of their purpose? The Princeton-Fung Global Forum – Paris, April 2014: a review

Tom P. Abeles

The purpose of this review is to challenge the view that universities, particularly medallion institutions, have the prerogative to repurpose or interpret funds received without…

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