Nobel Laureate Lecture: Looking to the Frontiers of Fundamental Science
Nobel Laureate in Physics 2004, Professor David Gross outlined some of the great unknowns at the frontiers of Fundamental Science, particularly on how the Universe began, how we are trying to find the answers to these questions and what the answers might be.
Higher Education in Southeast Asia and Beyond (HESB) Issue #02
This is the second issue. Since its launch last year, HESB has striven to be a catalyst for building a network of ASEAN and Asian higher education scholars and practitioners, and to be a source of information for higher education developments in the region.
Policy Brief No. 3: University Autonomy and Corporatisation in Southeast Asia
This policy brief seeks to provide examples and illustrations of how university autonomy and corporatisation initiatives have played out in practice, share best practices, and warn of the potential pitfalls of some options in the management of universities.
New, non-traditional donors: Any cause for worry for aid to education?
Dr Li Jiesheng argues the new, non-traditional donor nations should not be viewed as negative actors disturbing the global aid architecture but new actors that can improve education and ultimately development in recipient nations.