New Sponsor Supports Worldviews

Worldviews 2013 is pleased to announce that the Carnegie Corporation is once again sponsoring our event. This sponsorship will enable us to continue moving ahead with planning and organizing the conference. Their funding is invaluable and will ensure a successful conference with leading speakers and participants from around the world…. Read more…


Worldviews 2013 Sponsors

Worldviews 2013 sponsors include Oxford University Press, Mount Holyoke College, the University of Rochester, Academica Group, and the University of Toronto.  The Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations and it publication, Academic Matters, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, University World News and Inside… Read more…


Introducing Worldviews 2013

An innovative international conference will take place in Toronto from June 19- 21, 2013 and will examine the complex relationship between media and higher education around the world. The conference will convene academics, university administrators, students, communications professionals, editors, journalists, and others, to discuss and debate overlapping interests related to… Read more…


Guest speaker line-up

The Worldviews Conference on Media and Higher Education is pleased to announce part of its stellar line-up of guest speakers including: – Sir John Daniel, former Assistant Director-General, Unesco, and former President of the Commonwealth of Learning;   – Andrew Keen, the author of  “CULT OF THE AMATEUR: How The… Read more…


Isabel Bader Theatre to host sessions

The Worldsviews Conference on Media and Higher Education is pleased to announce that the Isabel Bader Theatre at the University of Toronto will be the host of some of the conference sessions. 


New Themes for 2013!

Some of the provocative and interesting sessions to expect at the 2013 Conference are:  Newsflashes from the global campusReporting trends, interpretations and relationships Hooking up or a long-term relationship?Future depictions of the professoriate and of journalism  Unlocking the towerHow trends in media, citizenry, and government are altering the academy