In her new novel “Harir Al-Ghazala,” the Omani novelist Jokha Alharthi sheds light on her country’s women and their aspirations across generations.
Many professors are returning to face-to-face classes this fall, which means wearing masks and observing other safety precautions. Two educators share some ideas for making this work.
Internships are not just a way to fill up CVs, writes a recent graduate of her experience: They are a link between theory and practice.
Haitham Dabbour’s novel “Embargo” juxtaposes the traditional Scheherazade with a contemporary careerwoman who publicly accuses her boss of harassment.
Warmth and generosity are qualities inherent in teachers that cannot be replaced by technology, writes a professor of history.
A history professor in Qatar offers advice for instructors seeking to discuss sensitive social and political issues.
Students need psychological and practical support to get over the doubts and fears that hold them back, says a professor and student counseling expert at Cairo University.
SPARK, a development NGO, and UN Women are offering gender-specific training to help women entrepreneurs in countries set back by Covid-19.
On World Refugee Day, the head of the Al Ghurair Foundation calls on organizations to find ways to forge new alliances and partnerships for good.