A global test used in 65 territories and countries, four of them Arab, provides insights that education policymakers could use.
A new American University of Beirut program will have the region’s largest archive of Arab comics.
A few researchers are tracing the growing spread of bacteria in Arab countries that could result in untreatable infections.
With the effort to educate Syrian students only reaching a fraction of them, fundraisers seek alternatives to study abroad.
Scientists need to follow the shift from infectious diseases to chronic conditions.
Lebanese school exam results, required for students to enroll in universities, are caught in an ongoing fight over salaries for the country’s public workers.
A dozen seminal English academic books on democracy will be translated into Arabic and published in the Arab region.
Alumni relations, both as a first step to fundraising and a tool to keep universities broadly connected, is growing more sophisticated.
Two students talked about their undergraduate experiences as they prepare to move on to new challenges.
At the American University of Beirut’s graduation, Rami Khouri, journalist and academic, spoke stirringly about what has happened in the last four years in the Arab world.