Symposium discusses the university of the future
There are 16 universities in Atlantic Canada, with more than 75,000 students, and millions of dollars in public money.
That makes them big business in this region.
But what should be the "business" of the university in the 21st century?
That was the question posed to six important thinkers at a recent symposium held by the Royal Society of Canada.
Atlantic Voice was invited to listen in.
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