can save lives as well as resources. Collaborations have the potential to contribute to the continuing development of universities as contexts in which faculty and students can achieve a global perspective. And for all their obstacles (discussed below), international collaborations certainly surpass the alternative of “hit-and-run research,” or limiting one’s perspective to one’s own “well”—in both the quality of their immediate outcomes and the contributions they can make to the behavioral and social sciences.



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