Universities are building branch campuses around the world, but can an ivory-tower education really be exported without destroying
Universities are building branch campuses around the world, but can an ivory-tower education really be exported without destroying the original mission? Anya Kamenetz, Dana Atrach and Dr. William Brustein join Marc to discuss.
Yale-NUS' repeated hints that its students may get a chance to transfer to Yale itself, coupled with elaborate offerings of global-internships and career-placement services, tell the true story behind this venture.
The Singapore venture has compromised Yale deeply not because Singapore is such an evil place in the larger scheme of things, but because Yale itself has been led so crudely, cluelessly, and prematurely into this place where it need not have gone.
In some ways, at least, Yale's Singapore experiment has already begun. According to Charles Bailyn, a professor of astronomy
One of the first liberal arts colleges in Asia will likely bear Yale's name. If all goes according to plan, Yale and the