Definition of a research institution can be found in collaboration between stakeholders: Opinion

September 2, 2021
Different stakeholder groups in postsecondary education often have difficulties agreeing on the definition of a research university, writes Jody Greene, and would benefit from bringing together their perspectives. Greene explains that stakeholders carry different beliefs about an institution’s purpose, priorities and responsibilities. Greene encourages coordination and cooperation between stakeholder groups to help facilitate collaboration. “[T]he first best step in addressing our collective challenges would be to sit down and talk with each other,” writes Greene. Inside Higher Ed (Editorial)