The new academic year brings more anxiety for Egyptian professors and students facing an uncertain future.
Scientists need to follow the shift from infectious diseases to chronic conditions.
As conflict arcs through a cluster of Arab countries, a whole generation may be sidelined from education.
The president of one of the largest universities in the world came into power during one of the institution’s most difficult times.
The president of Cairo University announces that political student activities and groups have to stay off campus.
Some educators argue students can systematically blend community work with classroom experience to broaden the knowledge they get.
Independent civil-society organizations, already feeling cramped in the wake of police raids and prosecutions in recent years, face a new threat.
As the sixty-year-old Egyptian system theoretically allowing universal access to universities breaks down, there’s one possible solution, says the author.
Cairo University adopted an anti-sexual-harassment policy to be put into effect next semester.
Egyptian President’s plans to appoint university heads is a total abuse of the constitution, the author argues.