Glion Colloquium, 2017
Particularly in these turbulent times, I would argue that international collaboration in research is a vital resource for universities and for prosperity, both domestic and global. Moreover, this phenomenon has the potential to counteract a mounting geopolitical backlash against international engagement. What is my evidence? And, if I am right, what are the possible implications for policy-makers?
Read President Gertler’s chapter “Global Research Collaboration: a Vital Resource in a Turbulent World” in the Glion 2017 publication, The Future of the University in a Polarizing World.