03 June 2016
When universities try to behave like businesses, education suffers
"What’s really at stake in the corporatization of academia is the traditional role the university as a repository of culture and training ground for open inquiry. “The obvious risk,” says Michael Meranze, a professor of history at UCLA who shares a blog on academic issues with Newfield, “is that academic research gets done to advance the interests of outside corporations, rather than
guided by the logic of the university’s mission.”"
more via LAtimes.com