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Rebecca Boden is Professor of Critical Management at Roehampton University Business School and a supervisor in the UNIKE Project. She addresses the effects of regimes of accounting and management – especially in higher education and scientific research organisations.

Professor Rebecca Boden gives a talk at the Society for Research into Higher Education

2015.07.03Watch Professor Rebecca Boden's talk at the Society for Research into Higher Education.

Photo from the Celebration of the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Denmark and China at Moesgaard Museum.

Professor Susan Wright represented UNIKE at Moesgaard Museum

2015.06.30Professor Susan Wright represented UNIKE at the Celebration of the 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Denmark and China at Moesgaard Museum.

Miguel Lim giving a talk at the Going Global Conference in London on June 2nd 2015.

Miguel Lim has an article in the Times Higher Education

2015.06.25UNIKE PhD Fellow Miguel Lim's has written an article that is currently published in the Times Higher Education.

Events

UNIKE Summer School in Porto 29 June - 3 July 2015 is coming up

 more information can be found here.

 

VIDEO

Interview with Distinguished Professor Shamsul AB, The National University of Malaysia. Interview by PhD Fellow Jakob Williams Ørberg, the EPOKE Project, University of Aarhus.

UNIKE NOTES on Doctoral Education #1, "History of Policy Debates about Doctoral Education", has been published.

About UNIKE

What are the changing roles and scope of universities in emerging global knowledge economies and regions? The first aim of the UNIKE project is to train a networked group of critical researchers who will examine these issues and especially compare developments in Europe and the Asia-Pacific Rim. The second aim of the UNIKE project is to generate potential research leaders who are committed and able to develop doctoral education in their own institutions and internationally. Read more

UNIKE is an Initial Training Network (ITN) funded by the European Union, FP7 – Marie Curie Actions

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration  

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