THE podcast: Research Excellence Summit 2017 / Asia Pacific University Rankings

Podcast special from Taichung, Taiwan, following the 2017 Research Excellence Summit

July 7, 2017

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Recorded at the THE Research Excellence Summit in Taichung, Taiwan. Chris Parr is joined by Phil Baty, editorial director of global rankings; Holly Else, reporter; and Tim Sowula, head of content and engagement at for the World Summit seriues to discuss some of the key themes from the event. The summit was hosted by China Medical University. 

We also hear from delegates including Cheryl Regehr, vice-president and provost at the University of Toronto; Alison Beavis, deputy dean in the Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation at the University of Sydney; Katar Singh, director of international relations at SRM University; and Alan Lau, pro vice-chancellor of research performance and development Swinburne University of Technology.


Video: highlights from the Research Excellence Summit


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