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. 

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  1. Auch im Sommersemester 2021 lädt das INCHER-Kassel wieder zu Vorträgen über Themen der Hochschulforschung mit anschließender Diskussion ein. Hochschulmitglieder und weitere Interessierte sind dazu herzlich willkommen. Externe...[more]

  2. A special issue of the journal „Innovation“ analyzes new challenges arising from universities’ internal organisational dynamics and their roles as players in the knowledge economy. Volume 23, 2021 - Issue 2: The Knowledge...[more]

  3. The Workshop „Doctoral Education and the Private Sector: European Perspectives" jointly organized by INCHER‐Kassel (University of Kassel) & U‐GOT KIES Network for Knowledge‐intensive Innovation Ecosystems (University of...[more]

  4. In ihrer Literaturstudie identifizieren Alexandra Hertwig, Anna Kosmützky und Matthias Rhein disziplinäre, thematische und regionale Muster internationaler Forschungszusammenarbeit. DOI: 10.17170/kobra-202102123208[more]

  5. Koopmann et al. applied the HypTrails approach to find out which dimensions of proximity furthers co-authorship in artificial intelligence.[more]

  6. Kosmützky, Anna; Krücken, Georg (2020): Science and Higher Education. In: Betina Hollstein, Rainer Greshoff, Uwe Schimank und Anja Weiß (eds.): Soziologie - Sociology in the German-Speaking World. (Sepcial Issue: Soziologische...[more]

  7. In their new article in "Higher Education Policy" Schneijderberg and Götze present the conceptual approach to researching academics’ societal engagement (ASE) in the cross-country study “Academic Profession in Knowledge Societies...[more]

  8. Using data from the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS), Lars Müller and Daniel Klein examine the extent to which social, ethnic, and gender-specific inequalities in dropout from higher education can be attributed to...[more]

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