Based on the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on the Changing University and the Education and Employment of Scientists and Engineers, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A., March 8-10, 1990
Section I: Perspectives from Academia, Industry, and Government.- Reconciling Conflicts - The Challenge for the University.- An Industry Perspective on the Changing University.- Positioning U.S. Science Policy for the New World Order.- The University - and Particularly the Technological University: Pragmatism and Beyond.- The Swing of the Pendulum: Financing of British Universities from the 1960s through the 1980s.- Changing Patterns of Finance for Higher Education: Implications for the Education of Scientists and Engineers.- Section II: Current Trends in the Education of S&ES.- Contradictions and Complexity: International Comparisons in the Training of Foreign Scientists and Engineers.- Science and Engineering: Human Resource Needs in the Next Three Decades.- Structural Changes in the Japanese Supply/Employment Systems of Engineers: Are We Losing or Gaining?.- Educating and Training the U.S. Work Force for the Twenty-First Century.- Section III: The Flow of Information.- The Changing Patterns of International Collaboration in Universities.- National Security Information Controls in the United States: Implications for International Academic Science and Technology.- List of Contributors.- List of Participants.
Series: NATO A S I SERIES SERIES D, BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Number Of Pages: 182
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5
Weight (kg): 0.46