Press Release: PROWIBO publishes report on Publishing in Academia

Professors Without Borders has published the report for its webinar on Publishing in Academia as part of the Access in Higher Education Initiative The report presents the findings from two-panel discussions: How to Publish and Where and Tips and Tools for Academic Writing Read the report here PROFESSORS WITHOUT BORDERS (PROWIBO) PRESS RELEASE 4th August, […]

Press Release: PROWIBO Publishes Conference Report on ‘Rebooting STEM’, Video Available

Professors Without Borders has published the report for its most recent virtual conference held in association with Lecturers Without Borders. The report presents the findings from two-panel discussions. Improving Soft Skills in STEM and Ethics and Credibility in STEM. The report elaborates on some of the shortcomings of the traditional STEM curriculum in the area of […]

Press Release: PROWIBO Publishes Conference Report and Video on ‘How to Dismantle Barriers Faced By Black Talent in Academia’

Professors Without Borders has published the report for its second virtual conference. The report presents the findings from two-panel discussions. Black In The Ivory: Understanding the Black Experience in Higher Education and Intersectionality: The Dual Barriers of Racism and Sexism. The report aims to disseminate information on how institutions of higher education can dismantle visible […]

Press Release: Professors Without Borders Publishes Second Book Review

Following the launch of its Book Review Program on 28 March 2019, Professors Without Borders has published its second book review written by Mary Sullivan In the Great Brain Race: How Global Universities Are Shaping the World author Ben Wildavsky argues that the intense competition between universities to recruit the best talent  has effectively created a global marketplace of higher education. Wildavsky […]

Press Release: Professors Without Borders Publishes First Book Review

In the first book review from ThinkTank Without Borders, research associate Gabriel Inchausti examines how John Hattie in Visible Learning For Teachers, Maximizing Impact on Learning seeks to answer, what techniques can teachers use to actually improve learning and what matters most? Hattie identifies six categories that influence student performance: the child, (knowledge and expectations […]

Announcing: New Partnership with Lecturers Without Borders (SciEd Network)

Professors Without Borders is excited to announce our latest partnership with Lecturers Without Borders (SciEd Network). Lecturers Without Borders (SciEd Network) is a network of scientists and school professors, willing to use different travel opportunities, such as scientific conferences, to give free outreach lectures in local school and high schools to complement education systems in […]

Press Release: Professors Without Borders Publishes First Conference Report

Professors Without Borders has published the report for its first conference. The report presents the findings from five panel discussions: Development, Health and Education, Skills and Indicators for Employment in the 21st Century Job Market, Technology and Teaching Generation Z, The Role of Academic Innovation, Challenging the Status Quo in Education, Higher Education and Entrepreneurship […]