Selected recent publications (2012 – 2019):
Schuetze, H. G. (2019). Private Higher Education in Canada and the United States: Development, Reform, and Likely Futures. In P. Zgaga, U. Teichler, H. G. Schuetze & A. Wolter (Eds.), Higher Education Reform: Looking Back – Looking Forward (pp. 273-291). Second Edition. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. (link)
Schuetze, H.G. and Archer, W. (2019), Access to and Participation in Higher Education in Canada. In: Walter Archer and Hans G. Schuetze (eds) (2019), Preparing Students for Life and Work – Policies and Reforms Affecting Higher Education’s Principal Mission (pp 19-41). Leiden & Boston: Brill-Sense. (link)
Schuetze, H.G. (2019), Student Policies and Protests: The Student Movements of the 1960s and the 2012 Canadian “Maple Spring” In: Walter Archer and Hans G. Schuetze (eds) (2019), Preparing Students for Life and Work – Policies and Reforms Affecting Higher Education’s Principal Mission (pp 239-254). Leiden & Boston: Brill-Sense. (link)
Schuetze, H.G. (forthcoming 2019), Die rechtlichen Grundlagen von Bildung und Ausbildung – Eine Einführung für Juristen und Bildungsexperten und -praktiker (The legal foundations of education and training. – An Introduction for Lawyers and Educationalists). Münster & New York: Waxmann.
Schuetze, H.G. and Slowey, M. (2019 forthcoming), Implications of Migrating and Ageing Populations for Inclusion and Equality in Higher Education and Lifelong Learning. In Slowey, M. and Schuetze, H.G. (eds), Inequality, innovation and reform in higher education: Challenges of migration and ageing populations (submitted to Springer, Heidelberg & Berlin, to be published in the Lifelong Learning series).
Schuetze, H.G. (2015), Schule, Recht und Gerechtigkeit (Schools, the law, and equity). In Manitius, V., Hermstein, B. and N. Berkemeyer (eds) Zur Gerechtigkeit von Schule (Schools and equity), (pp. 51-71) Münster&New York: Waxmann (link)
Schuetze, H. G. (2014). From adults to non-traditional students to lifelong learners in higher education: Changing contexts and perspectives. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education (JACE), 20(2), 37-55. (link)
Schuetze, H. G. (2013), [The legal framework and legal issues of Higher Education in] Canada. In: Russo, C.J. (ed) Handbook of Higher Comparative Education Law (p.63-885). Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield (link)
Slowey, M., & Schuetze, H. G. (Eds.). (2012). Global perspectives on higher education and lifelong learners. London and New York: Routledge.(link)
Schuetze, H. G., & Alvarez Mendiola, G. (Eds.). (2012). State and market in higher education reforms Trends, policies and experiences in comparative perspective. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. (link)
Schuetze, H. G. (2012). Universities and their communities – Engagement and service as primary mission. In L. McIlrath, A. Lyons & R. Munck (Eds.), Higher education and civic engagement – Comparative perspectives (pp. 61 – 77). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (link)
Schuetze, H. G., Bruneau, W., & Grosjean, G. (Eds.). (2012). University governance and reform – Policy, fads, and experience in international perspective. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.(link)
|ADHE 511||– Organization and Administration of Post-Secondary Education Training, cross listed with ADHE 516|
|ADHE 513||– Current Issues In Higher Education|
|ADHE 535||– Comparative and International Higher Education|
|ADHE565A||– Advanced Seminar in Higher Education and Training|
|EDST 523||– Comparative Education|
|EDST 575||– Work and Education|
|EDST 577||– The Social Context of Educational Policy|
|EDST 565a||– Legal Issues in Education – An Introduction to Education and the Law|
|EDST 565b||– Education and the Economy|
Member of the Editorial Boards of the Journal for Adult and Continuing Education (Manchester University Press), and Frontiers of Education in China (Springer).
Senior Honorary Research Fellow, University of Glasgow (1998). Distinguished Member, Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (2009); recipient of Lifetime Contribution Award (2011) from the Higher Education Section of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES).
Visiting professor, School of Education, Renmin University of China, Beijing