Research and Innovation Trends: A Brief Examination of Public and Private Sector Roles

Ivan M. Lueck (Editor)

Series: Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
BISAC: EDU000000

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The science and education talent and knowledge produced by academic research form crucial building blocks to innovation that improve the quality of life for our Nation’s citizens, create jobs and in some cases even new industries, and are vital to maintaining U.S. global leadership in science and education. The focus of this book is public research universities, which are subject to greater financial and legislative pressure than their private counterparts. Nevertheless, the health of the research university system and the overall higher education system relies on the strength of all of its component parts. This book highlights the importance of these universities to states and the Nation and describes the challenges posed by recent trends in student population growth and university revenue and costs. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Diminishing Funding & Rising Expectations: Trends and Challenges for Public Research Universities
(National Science Board)

Research & Development, Innovation and the Science and Engineering Workforce
(National Science Board)

Hearing Charter for "The Role of Research Universities in Securing America's Future Prosperity: Challenges and Expectations"

Statement of Charles O. Holliday, Chair, Committee on Research Universities, The National Research Council. Hearing on "The Role of Research Universities in Securing America's Future Prosperity: Challenges and Expectations"

Testimony of Dr. John Mason, Vice President for Research, Auburn University. Hearing on "The Role of Research Universities in Securing America's Future Prosperity: Challenges and Expectations"

Testimony of Jeffrey R. Seemann, Vice President for Research, Texas A&M University. Hearing on "The Role of Research Universities in Securing America's Future Prosperity: Challenges and Expectations"

Testimony of Leslie P. Tolbert, Senior Vice President for Research, The University of Arizona. Hearing on "The Role of Research Universities in Securing America's Future Prosperity: Challenges and Expectations"

Testimony of Dr. James N. Siedow, Vice Provost for Research, Duke University. Hearing on "The Role of Research Universities in Securing America's Future Prosperity: Challenges and Expectations"

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