Universities from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and those from Europe are increasing their collaborative efforts.
Khaled Fahmy, a historian who has paid close attention to recent Egyptian politics, turns his focus in an interview to the obstacles to critical thinking in Egyptian higher education.
Two Canadian professors arrested in Cairo have began a hunger strike to protest their detention without charges.
A Canadian professor of emergency medicine and a filmmaker pursuing a doctorate asked Egyptian police for directions. Instead, they got arrested.
Technology companies are connecting with Arab higher education through scholarships, competitions and training. Sleek marketing or genuine corporate social responsibility?
Egyptian youth are churning out a vibrant new stream of literature. But with a few exceptions, higher-education support for the movement is nowhere to be seen.
Shereen El Feki, an independent scholar, started out as an immunologist but has gone on to apply that science’s systematic approach to study sexuality in the Middle East.