By Jisun Jung, Hugo Horta & Akiyoshi Yonezawa
Chair: Mark Bray
4 December 2017 Monday
11:00 am – 12:30pm
Room 204 Runme Shaw Building
This book traces the evolution of research in the field of higher education in several Asian countries, and shares ideas about the evolving higher education research communities.
It identifies common and dissimilar challenges across national communities, providing insights into the relevance of a greater regional articulation of national higher education research communities, and their further integration into and contribution to the international higher education research community as a whole.
Jisun Jung is an assistant professor at HKU’s Faculty of Education. Her current research focuses on academic professions, doctoral education, employment and postgraduate studies, and higher education research in Asia.
Hugo Horta is an assistant professor at HKU’s Faculty of Education. He formerly served as the deputy-director at the Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research (IN+), based at the University of Lisbon, Portugal. He is a Coordinating-Editor of Higher Education (Springer).
Akiyoshi Yonezawa is a professor and director of the Office of Institutional Research, Tohoku University. He is a board member at the Japan Association for Higher Education Research. He is a co-editor of Springer’s Book Series Higher Education in Asia: Quality, Excellence and Governance.