Universities: The Addition of Human Value
Van Horne, Winston A.
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This essay discusses the addition of value to individuals, groups, communities, and societies through the teaching-learning communities of universities. It begins by calling out the concept of human value. It continues by discussing the questions: What constitutes and counts as human value? Can human value be added to anyone? How is human value added at universities? It concludes by noting the significance of reputation in the context of value(s) which universities add to persons through their teaching-learning communities.