Armed fighters showed up at testing centers offering the answers to questions. Some administrators chased them off. Some didn’t.
U.S. universities have not connected with Iraqi students holding scholarships. A few institutions are trying to change that.
A story of how Arab universities steered a man away from his true passions, until he seized control.
Conflict in Al Anbar province has left some students not knowing when they will have class.
Iraqi professors, who have been targets of violence, see little hope the elections will change that.
Iraq’s security problems are not preventing it from establishing new universities and ending “mandatory ignorance,” said the Iraqi higher-education minister.
A Shiite university appears to have been caught up in the conflict between an Al Qaeda-sponsored group and Shiite militias.
Some universities are helping students think about their future jobs and learn the skills they need to get them.
A new report documents the effects of armed conflict on schools, universities and those who work and study at them.
In academe, those who teach the majority of Arab youth often have difficulty paying their bills.