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  • Newspaper

    Pharma funnels millions into university sponsorship

    Switzerland

    Press

    - swissinfo.ch

    The independence of Swiss universities from the corporate world has again been called into question as details of pharmaceutical sponsorship deals were broadcast by Swiss public television, SRF. The programme found evidence that one firm may have manipulated academic research data. SRF research shows financial links between pharma giants and several leading universities. The most damning revelation is that one group demanded to see research every three months and reserved the right to make “acceptable alterations” to results.

  • Integrity in Higher Education

    News

    A group of officials from Montenegro embarked on a study visit to learn from Geneva’s experience in promoting integrity in higher education.

  • Strengthen integrity and combat corruption in higher education

    News

    A group of officials from Kosovo* participated in a study visit to learn from Switzerland’s experience in promoting integrity in higher education.

  • Newspaper

    Measuring HE ethics: An inclusive new ranking is launched

    Switzerland, Nigeria, China, USA, Cape Verde

    Press

    Nic Mitchell - University World News

    The new Globethics.net University Ranking (GUR) will provide a unique global ranking instrument that places values, ethics, and sustainability as central principles of higher education institutions worldwide. It encompasses a new higher education framework to assess student learning experience, and key stakeholders on integrity, values-driven leadership, and sustainability commitment. Universidad de Santiago, a private institution in Cape Verde, received the highest overall score and gained the best marks for student sustainability and integrity.

  • Video

    Fraudsters, manipulators and others: the delinquents of knowledge

    Switzerland

    Video

    XERFICanal -

    A professor emeritus at the University of Geneva discusses her main research topic: integrity sciences. During the interview, she documents the different profiles of what she calls "knowledge offenders". 

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