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


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    INCHER Director Georg Krücken is editor of a new book series "Hochschule und Gesellschaft" at Campus publishers. We strongly recommend the first volume in this series by Tobias Wolbring "Fallstricke der Lehrevaluation....[more]

  2. A new 3.5-year research project at INCHER-Kassel aims at closely examining internal and external procedures of quality assurance in higher education and their interrelation.[more]

  3. INCHER examines in its new study from the perspective of organizational development, how universities' internationalization measures work.[more]

  4. Christian Schneijderberg, Nadine Merkator, Ulrich Teichler und Barbara M. Kehm (Hg.): Verwaltung war gestern? Neue Hochschulprofessionen und die Gestaltung von Studium und Lehre. Frankfurt a.M. und New York: Campus 2013 [more]

  5. Das INCHER-Kassel begrüßt auch in diesem Wintersemester wieder externe Referentinnen und Referenten, die ihre Forschungsergebnisse aus der Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung der Öffentlichkeit präsentieren. [more]

  6. Was bringt promovierten Frauen die Promotion auf dem Arbeitsmarkt? - Dieser Frage geht das INCHER-Kassel mit einem neuen, vom Hessischen Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst geförderten Forschungsprojekt...[more]

  7. Pavel Zgaga (University of Ljubeljana, Slovenia), Ulrich Teichler (INCHER-Kassel, Germany), and John Brennan (UK Open University) edited the volume "The Globalisation Challenge for European Higher Education. Convergence and...[more]

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    The volume, edited by Jung Cheol Shin (Seoul National University, South Korea), Akira Arimoto (Kurashiki Sakuyo University, Japan), William K. Cummings (George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA), and Ulrich Teicher...[more]

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