|From the Hebrew University of Jerusalem website|
- The rising drama unfolding on the streets of Cairo as an army-imposed deadline on the government of Egypt rapidly approaches;
- The barbaric Arab-on-Arab bloodbath that is decimating ancient cities across Syria day after day;
- The step by step assault by Islamists on the glittering Gulf States and their incomprehensible waste and wealth;
- Turkey, beset with angry protests and demands for protecting its democratic institutions, standing at the crossroads;
But it's not only the ongoing war against the terrorists that expresses this asymmetry. It's also what the people on the other side do to their children in the name of a whole range of values: religious, national, historical, honor-related and on and on.
- Quality of faculty members, measured by the number of academics who have won major international awards, prizes, and medals
- Publications, measured by the number of research papers appearing in reputable international journals
- Influence, measured by the number of research papers appearing in highly-influential journals
- Citations, measured by the number of highly-cited research papers
- Patents, measured by the number of international patent filings
- Alumni employment, measured by the number of a university's alumni who currently hold CEO positions at the world's top 2000 public companies relative to the university's size
- Quality of education, measured by the number of a university's alumni who have won major international awards, prizes, and medals relative to the university's size.
provide the most comprehensive university rankings available, which are trusted by students, academics, university administrators, and government officials from around the world [source]
Not bad at all.
- United States institutions account for 57 of the top 100
- England and Japan: 6 each of the top 100
- France: 5 of the top 100
- Israel and Canada: 4 each of the top 100
Now we're not suggesting this approach is more valid, or even valid at all, compared with the published table. But it certainly provides a different indicator of a bright and constructive future than the attendance figures at those Palestinian Arab hate camps do.