HauptbeschreibungThis Report documents the statements given and debates held during the international conference Humboldt's Model: The Future of Universities in the World of Research which was organized as one of the concluding highlights in the bicentenary celebrations of Humboldt-Universitnt zu Berlin.Five panels of experts from all over the world discussed questions such as 'Do researchers need universities?', 'How to teach in a university?', 'Do we still need universities?', 'How to run and organize a university?' and 'Themes or Disciplines: What constitutes the perfect research environment?' in the light of Humboldt's ideals and their validity in a world increasingly dominated by neo-liberal thinking.qI would like to come back to the question or to this point: a#39;Are we asking the right questions? ... just tell you a story that somebody told me: Well, you are working at Max Planck and it is outrageous how much money those people have. ... It is only 40, 000 a year. And I leave it to you to see that jealousy does make people blind, and actually, whenever the discussion comes to the efficiency question, I thinkanbsp;...
|Author||:||Bernd Henningsen, Jürgen Schlaeger, Heinz-Elmar Tenorth|
|Publisher||:||BWV Verlag - 2013-01-01|