University–Industry–Student: A volatile triangle

Lise Jensen, Christin Lindholm

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Collaboration involving student–industry activities entails a complex interaction between university, students, and industry. The university–student–industry triangle identified here is neither static nor balanced, and each of the three intertwined relationships displays distinguishing characteristics. Each has its own structure; the activity phases of the relationships are not synchronous, and each of the three parties enters into collaboration guided by different motives and expectations of the outcome.
Though the reasons for engaging in collaboration differ dramatically from party to party, they all relate to one of three aspects, i.e., a strategic/tactical, an operational, and an individual/emotional aspect, which together form the “motivation prism”. To ensure enterprise longevity, university representatives should concentrate on the realistic set-up of student–industry activities, on calibrating company expectations, and on personal relationships with company representatives.
Titel på värdpublikationProceedings of the ICETI 2011, International Conference on Education, Training and Informatics
Antal sidor6
StatusPublished - 2011
Evenemang2nd International Conference on Education, Training and Informatics - Orlando, Florida, USA
Varaktighet: 2011 mars 272011 mars 30


Konferens2nd International Conference on Education, Training and Informatics
OrtOrlando, Florida

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  • Teknik och teknologier


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