Seven Arab countries show an increase in violence against schools, universities, students and staff in the past five years.
A training and mentoring program helps make them better teachers and gives them new confidence.
A Jordanian academic looks into the reasons for the decline of university students’ political awareness and suggests academic solutions.
Freedom of speech is diminishing globally and Arab countries are leading this trend. But their citizens disagree as to whether fading freedom is a problem.
The department is protesting the Emirates’ denial of visas for two professors and calling on NYU’s president to lobby the U.A.E.’s government to change its visa policies.
As a philosopher, Mohamed Osman El-Khosht was devoted to Islam’s dialogue with science and other religions. Now he brings an emphasis on critical thinking to Egypt’s largest university.
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 American University of Beirut’s City Debates conference reflects a growing conflict between city gentrification and citizens’ needs.
Hatoon al Fassi, a Saudi scholar, has provoked controversy in Qatar for arguing that the Koran, correctly interpreted, supports the empowerment of women.