Will your son or daughter be earning a college degree in Singapore or Qatar in the near future? Higher education journalist and researcher Ben Wildavsky contends that the rising mobility of college students, faculty, and even campuses across national borders is to be embraced, not feared. This often ignored effect of globalization, he says, will bring improved education, economic growth, and new opportunities for people around the world.
Ben Wildavsky, senior fellow in research and policy at the Kauffman Foundation, author of The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities Are Reshaping the World
Kris Olds, Professor of human geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, editor of the GlobalHigherEd blog
Amy Stambach, Professor of Educational Policy Studies, Associate Dean of the Division of International Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison