The University of Chicago has tied up with the Tata Centre for Development for taking up 27 research projects that aim to provide new evidence-based solutions to certain development and policy problems. Most of these projects are designed and implemented in collaboration with government partners in order to generate real-time impact.
Explaining the need to have such tie-ups and projects, Bala Srinivasan, vice-president for strategy and innovation, deputy provost and chief international officer, University of Chicago, said, “The problems of the world are global in nature. The second thing is that the research work in the world no one does it all by themselves.
You will end up working in teams of people, so we have global problems and we have global researches. The university tries to set up centers to find a way to facilitate its faculty participating in the two axes of global work.” Read More
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