Undervaluing Doctoral Education post COVID

  • Tessa DeLaquil Center for International Higher Education, Boston College
  • Lizhou Wang Center for International Higher Education, Boston College
Keywords: COVID-19, doctoral education, brain drain, brain gain, global talent flow

Abstract

Undervaluing doctoral education by restricting support for PhD students and programs due to COVID-19 resource losses may shift global talent flows in the immediate future, and potentially in the long run.

Author Biographies

Tessa DeLaquil, Center for International Higher Education, Boston College

Tessa DeLaquil is a research assistant and doctoral student at the Center for International Higher Education, Boston College, US. Email: tessa.delaquil@bc.edu

Lizhou Wang, Center for International Higher Education, Boston College

Lizhou Wang is a research assistant and doctoral student at the Center for International Higher Education, Boston College, US. Email: wangliz@bc.edu.

Published
2021-04-12
How to Cite
DeLaquil, T., & Wang, L. (2021). Undervaluing Doctoral Education post COVID. International Higher Education, (106), 7-9. Retrieved from https://ejournals.bc.edu/index.php/ihe/article/view/14517
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Articles