THE podcast: The Young Universities Summit 2014

Listen to reporter Chris Parr’s interviews with keynote speakers at the event in Miami

April 30, 2014

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The inaugural Times Higher Education Young Universities Summit, held in partnership with Plymouth University, took place in Miami on 28 April 2014.

In this podcast, reporter Chris Parr speaks to Jamil Salmi, global tertiary education expert and former World Bank tertiary education coordinator; Sung-Mo ‘Steve’ Kang, president, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Umran S. Inan, president, Koç University, Turkey; Koen Lamberts, vice-chancellor, University of York; and Wendy Purcell, vice-chancellor, Plymouth University.

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