Renewing the Promise: Research-Intensive Universities and the Nation
PCAST Committee on Research-Intensive Universities; Packard, David; Shapiro, Harold
The federal government and research-intensive universities must rethink government-university partnerships in light of increasing competing for federal research funding. The President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) recommends universities strategically select areas of focus, even if this requires the termination of less-than-world-class programs and facilities; leave more applied research and development to industry; secure funding prior to beginning new studies or programs; put more emphasize on teaching; and collaborate more regularly with industry.
Education; Innovation; Research; United States. President (1989-1993 : Bush); Science education
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