A student who entered medical school in Syria in 2011 persevered through six years of conflict.
Vitamin D deficiency in the region is worryingly high but experts disagree on whether doctors should recommend supplements.
A well-regarded institution within Damascus University has managed to stay open during Syria’s civil war, but not without changes.
A movement to make the fruits of research available without charge has helped students and faculty members gain access to an increasing number of academic articles.
Ibtihal Al-Khatib adopts critical thinking as a lifestyle and a teaching method to her students at Kuwait University.
A report by Scholars at Risk details more than 250 attacks on academic freedom in 35 countries over the past year.
The detainees include scholars, preachers and public intellectuals from across the ideological spectrum.
The governance of Kurdistan’s many universities and the fate of its minority students are among the issues that are up in the air as the region votes on an independence referendum.
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