Eman is an Egyptian journalist currently working in Qatar as head of the media department at a construction magazine. She also works on a freelance basis as a producer for Reuters television service. Eman graduated from the college of mass communication, Cairo university in 2001. Through the past 13 years, she has worked with various organizations as editor, reporter, translator, correspondent and producer.
Native citizens are a minority in the rapidly changing and modernizing Gulf country. A panel in Doha discussed how to preserve their “intangible cultural heritage.”
In a regular forum, the library gives Qataris a chance to meet world-class researchers face-to-face and have informal discussions that motivate youth to explore science in depth.
A university-led team is recovering artifacts that shed light on how people lived as modern Qatar emerged from a time when pearl diving was the economic focus.
The clubs build critical-thinking skills and give students the freedom to express opinions in a structured way.
Despite some skepticism about its purpose, the discipline is gaining presence at Arab universities.
New platforms seek to democratize problem-solving by tapping the wisdom of the crowd.
The tiny Gulf nation is diversifying its research collaborations through new projects with Turkey, Oman, and Kuwait.
Following a global trend, the institutions present exhibitions that prompt conversations on topics not always taught in schools.
As boycott persists, students face disruptions and officials warn of longer-term impact.