Our 2019 annual RWF residential weekend will examine the contemporary status of adult education, through the lens of the Ministry of Reconstruction’s seminal 1919 Report on Adult Education.
This week we are hosting colleagues from many countries who are participating in our GCRF research project. We are located all this week at the MRC/CSO unit in town.
Globally, the urban population is expected to grow by 63% between 2014 and 2050 – compared to an overall global population growth of 32% during the same period.
This talk focuses on the growth of the higher education industry and specifically the expansion of private companies in the higher education sector. The higher education industry consists of diverse, multiple and variegated markets. Much of the literature concentrates on markets in which universities are increasingly sellers of products and services. This research contributes new knowledge to the field by focusing on the other side of the industry, namely on how universities are increasingly buyers. It specifically focuses on the market-making processes in the time of market emergence or initial market construction and argues that trust is a key constitutive element of market relations.
On behalf of the Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE) you are invited to attend their 2019 Annual Conference and Meeting. The theme of our conference this year is Forging Ahead to a Brighter Future: Diversity and Partnerships in Continuing Education.