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Published twice a year, the magazine features IAU Activities, upcoming events and specific projects the IAU has undertaken; IAU Collaboration and Networking; Membership News; New Publications; and a global Calendar of Events. Each issue is also devoted to a special ’In Focus’ topic of interest and debate for the higher education community worldwide. IAU Horizons is available in English, in paper format and electronically.

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  • IAU Horizons issue, vol. 27, no. 1, 2022

    The latest issue of IAU Horizons contains an in-depth look at the theme of the IAU 16th General Conference, ’Relevance and Value of Universities to Future Society’ and the elections for the IAU Administrative Board 2022-2026. Additional topics cover IAU strategic priorities on internationalization, HESD and digital transformation.

    The In Focus section features a rich selection of papers on the overarching WHEC2022 theme — ’Reinventing Higher Education for a Sustainable Future’. It will take you on a journey from East to West, from South to North, demonstrating the multiplicity and specificity of the contexts in which we are operating, and illustrating similarities in the challenges confronting us and in the opportunities we are leveraging.

    IAU Horizons issue, vol. 27, no. 1, 2022



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    The next volume of IAU Horizons will be launched at the 16th IAU General Conference on 25-28 October 2022 in Dublin, Ireland. The ‘In Focus’ section will debate the theme of this event: Relevance and Value of Universities to Future Society. Discover the call for papers here.




  • IAU Horizons issue, vol. 26, no. 2, 2021

    We are pleased to announce the release of a new edition of IAU Horizons. The December issue of Horizons offers insights on IAU initiatives and it is discussing how the pandemic is impacting higher education across the different strategic priorities.

    Within this context, the In Focus section of this volume is dedicated to the theme Leadership for a Sustainable Future – Higher Education and Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals and features a series of reflections on Leadership for a Sustainable Future – Higher Education and Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals including 34 articles from all regions of the world.

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    Call for Papers: upcoming issue on WHEC2022

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  • IAU Horizons, vol. 26, no. 1, 2021

    We are pleased to announce the release of a new edition of IAU Horizons. This year, UNESCO is preparing a Recommendation on Open Science representing a global commitment towards the subject, while also contributing to creating a common understanding of what it implies.

    Within this context, the In Focus section of this volume is dedicated to the theme Democratising Knowledge: Open Science in a Closed World? and features a series of thought-provoking papers discussing different aspects of Open Science from the perspective of universities around the world.

    The magazine was officially launched in a webinar on Open Science in a Closed World co-organised by IAU and the Center for International Higher Education (CIHE), Boston College. Four of the authors who have contributed to the magazine shared their thoughts on the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead on the road to Open Science.

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  • IAU Horizons, vol. 25, no. 2, 2020

    This special edition marks 70 Years of Global Higher Education Collaboration with the IAU. It offers a glimpse of every decade since the founding of IAU, highlighting each of those remarkable moments that have paved the way to what the Association has become today.

    The In Focus section features a series of reflections on Imagining higher education in a post-pandemic world with contributions from HE leaders from 16 countries.

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  • IAU Horizons, vol. 25, no. 1, 2020

    This issue offers detailed information about IAU’s most recent activities and suggests ways to get involved. It also presents the highlights of the 2019 International Conference that took place in Puebla, Mexico on 13-15 November, as well as the topic of the upcoming 16th General Conference in Dublin, Ireland on 26-29 October 2021, and the celebration of IAU’s 70th anniversary.

    The In Focus section features contributions from all world regions on the theme How funding models are influencing the future of higher education.

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  • IAU Horizons, vol. 24, no. 2, 2019

    This issue offers detailed information about IAU’s most recent activities and suggests ways to get involved. It also presents the topic of the next IAU General Conference in Dublin, Ireland next year on 3-6 November, as well as the various festivities that IAU is preparing as part of the celebrations of its 70th Anniversary.

    The In Focus section features contributions on the theme Transforming Higher Education for the Future, which is the topic of the IAU 2019 International Conference on 13-15 November in Mexico, in order to offer additional perspectives that inform the conference deliberations.

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  • IAU Horizons, vol. 24, no. 1, 2019

    This issue offers detailed information about IAU’s most recent activities and suggests ways to get involved. It presents the topic of the IAU 2019 International Conference on 13-15 November and the Global Meeting of Associations on 12-13 November in Puebla, Mexico: Transforming Higher Education for the Future.

    The In Focus section features contributions to sustainable development from the lead institutions in the IAU Global Cluster on HESD. We hope that this will inspire other universities to join the effort towards achieving a more sustainable present and future.

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  • IAU Horizons, vol. 23, no. 2, 2018

    This new issue details IAU’s most recent activities and the ‘In Focus’ section is themed ‘Higher Education Partnerships for Societal Impact’. 11 contributions from university leaders and scholars worldwide explore topics such as community engagement and higher education as a common global good.

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  • IAU Horizons, vol. 23, no. 1, 2018

    The May 2018 issue of the newly redesigned Magazine IAU Horizons presents a selection of IAU activities.
    The ‘In Focus’ section is themed ‘Technology for Higher Education: Opportunities or Bridging Divides?’. Contributors from around the world examine where universities are heading using technology in teaching, learning and research.

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  • IAU Horizons, vol 22.2
    Focus on Academic Freedom & University Autonomy under Threat

    This issue presents IAU projects and initiatives, focuses on the results of IAU 2017 Conference. It details results and opportunities linked to the IAU key thematic priorities of work; presents the new Members and the various projects IAU is involved in. The In Focus section offers a series of papers on « Academic Freedom and University Autonomy under Threat » of authors from around the world.


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