Trends Transforming the Futures of the University (2000)

By Sohail Inayatullah This article is based on speeches presented to the Professoriate at Tamkang University, Taiwan and at the 4TH Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, 6 July 2000   Trends of changing student expectations (access to global systems of knowledge, including transparency and international accreditation), […]

Will Our Children Have Jobs in the Future? (1999)

Youths have no future, but there are ways in which we can create jobs and hope with them, says Sohail Inayatullah. “Why should I care about the future,” says Mark Stuart. While only 25, he has seen most of his childhood friends killed off from heroin and violence.  Most, especially the males remain  underemployed  and […]

The Multi-cultural Challenge to Future of Education (1996)

Sohail Inayatullah “The Multi-Cultural Challenge to the Future of Education” Periodica Islamica (Vol. 6, No. 1, 1996), 35-40;   In the West, multi-culturalism has come to mean better representation of minorities in public and private sector positions of authority and equal opportunity in hiring practices. “Tolerance” for other racial, linguistic, and national groups has been […]