Video: 2014 Globalization of Higher Education conference

Hillary Clinton, Martin Bean, Naledi Pandor, Arne Duncan and others on the future of higher education

April 8, 2014

This article contains 13 speeches from the 2014 Globalization in Higher Education conference.

The event was hosted by Academic Partnerships, which promotes the use of technology to increase access to education, and Queen’s College, University of Cambridge. It took place in Dallas, Texas, in March, and saw world-renowned experts sharing observations and insights on the increasingly globalised nature of post-secondary education.

1. Lord John Eatwell, president of Queen’s College, University of Cambridge

2. Martin Bean, vice-chancellor of the Open University

3. Arne Duncan, US secretary of education

4. Hillary Clinton, former US secretary of state

5. Clayton Christensen, Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School

6. Thomas Friedman, author and newspaper columnist

7. Naledi Pandor, South African minister of home affairs

8. John Wilton, vice-chancellor of the University of California at Berkeley

9. Fareed Zakaria, journalist and author

10. Álvaro Uribe, former president of Colombia

11. Robert Zoellick, former president of the World Bank

12. Panel: Scott Jaschik, editor at Inside Higher Ed; David Leebron, president of Rice University; Nicholas Dirks, chancellor of University of California at Berkeley; James Ryan, dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education

13. Sir John Daniel, former vice-chancellor of the Open University and expert in distance learning, and Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić, consultant to UNESCO and the US Council for Higher Education Accreditation

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