Young Universities Summit 2017: video and podcast highlights

Video and audio highlights from the fourth Times Higher Education Young Universities Summit

April 7, 2017
Brisbane, Australia
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In this podcast, we join THE editor John Gill, rankings editor Phil Baty, and summit content head Tim Sowula on a minibus in Brisbane as they head home from the 2017 Young Universities Summit, which was held this week at Queensland University of Technology.

We also hear from Alison Lloyd, director of institutional research and planning at Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Er Meng Hwa, vice-president (international affairs) at Nanyang Technological University; Maria Klawe, president of Harvey Mudd College; Peter Coaldrake, vice-chancellor of Queensland University of Technology; Ihron Rensburg, vice-chancellor of the University of Johannesburg; and Fernando León–García, president of CETYS Universidad.

Video: highlights from the 2017 Young Universities Summit

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