An Egyptian woman pharmacist who found her ideal career in science journalism reached new heights when she set up a digital platform to inform the public about Covid-19.
Using foreign terms in Arabic does not weaken or devalue it, a scholar argues, but rather allows it to develop and keep pace with the modern world.
Several of Egypt’s universities have set up special clinics to help women who have suffered violence, on campuses and beyond.
Blockchain technology holds promise for transforming economies, and some Arab nations are starting to embrace it. University studies, however, haven’t kept up.
The current academic year is not going according to plan in many Arab countries due to a surge in the number of Covid-19 infections and deteriorating economic conditions in some.
The Covid-19 pandemic has pushed activities for Egyptian students online, drawing a mixed reaction.
Maha Saleh believes that the fragmented nature of Arabic teaching curricula has negatively affected the language.
In his new book, John Waterbury proposes a series of reforms that could transform educational systems in the Middle East and North Africa.
Faculty members at the American University in Cairo share strategies they’ve found effective.