A recording of the smart cities session at Going Global 2019 in Berlin is now available online, including my presentation of the report findings, panel discussion and questions from the audience.
My latest report for the British Council was launched in Berlin at Going Global a few hours ago.
The National Centre for Entrepreneurship in Education (NCEE) launched the Inspiring Entrepreneurship in Education report last week at the House of Lords, capturing the views of 62 Heads of Enterprise from UK universities (I provided the analysis).
In 2018 I spoke at a workshop on urban universities in South Africa, organised by Georgia State University’s Urban Studies Institute and South Africa’s Human Sciences Research Council.
Most people interested in the role of universities in society would, I think, agree on the following:
This post first appeared on Wonkhe.
The Future Cities Catapult are hosting an interesting breakfast briefing next week on ‘inadvertent exclusion’ in smart cities.
Over the past couple of months I’ve given several presentations on university engagement in cities (slides below from a workshop in South Africa).
Back in 2017 when I was presenting my work on internationalisation for the British Council at conferences I would ask the audience to picture in their minds a big map of a city they knew and to shade in red the areas where there was most international activity.
Urban universities are increasingly framing their internationalisation activity through the lens of their city.