The International Centre for Higher Education Research-Kassel

INCHER-Kassel is an interdisciplinary research unit of the University of Kassel. Since its establishment in 1978, higher education research at INCHER-Kassel has been combining a broad range of themes and disciplines in addressing the relationships between higher education and its social context. Besides its research projects, INCHER puts a strong emphasis on the support of PhD students and their academic careers. 

News


  1. Neu erschienen:
    vom 03.04.2019

    Klein, Daniel; Schwabe, Ulrike; Stocké, Volker (2019): Studienabbruch im Masterstudium. Erklären akademische und soziale Integration die unterschiedlichen Studienabbruchintentionen zwischen Master- und Bachelorstudierenden? In:...[more]

  2. [Translate to englisch:] Am 21. März 2019 wurden der Ulrich-Teichler-Preise für hervorragende Dissertationen und Preis der Gesellschaft für Hochschulforschung für hervorragende Abschlussarbeiten in der Hochschulforschung 2019...[more]

  3. INCHER-Kassel members are deeply touched and saddened by the news of the death of Yoko Teichler-Urata, who passed away on 16 March 2019.[more]

  4. Ulrich Teichler (2019): The academics and their institutional environment in Japan – A view from outside, Contemporary Japan, DOI: 10.1080/18692729.2019.1586295[more]

  5. Tim Seidenschnur und Georg Krücken (2019): Gefragt und ohne Plan? Die Rolle von Beratungen in der Organisationsgesellschaft. In: Handbuch der Organisationsoziologie. SpringerLink. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-15953-5_63-1 [more]

  6. The mini special issue edited by Christian Schneijderberg on “Taking Account of 20 years of Quality Assurance in German Higher Education” provides insights into research on the consequences of political higher education quality...[more]

  7. Otto Hüther, Stefan Kirchner (2018): Kritische Masse, Wettbewerb oder Legitimität? Analysen der Entwicklung des Professorinnenanteils an deutschen Hochschulen von 1992 bis 2014 [Critical Mass, Competition or Legitimacy? Analyzes...[more]

  8. INCHER-Working Paper no. 11 reflects on five decades of steering in higher education and its impact in the academic domain[more]