A Syrian organization supports Syrian students’ education in Lebanon but in a controversial way—using the Syrian curriculum.
Many Arab countries do not have what is known as “food security,” but the research and teaching on the topic is just getting started.
Jad Melki, a professor at the American University of Beirut and the winner of a 2015 Global Media and Information Literacy Award from Unesco, explains the importance of his work.
The American University of Beirut’s incoming president, a prominent cancer researcher, has new ambitions for the venerable institution.
Arab universities are now judged by three rankings companies, but some experts doubt the value of the exercise.
At commencement time, Petra Samha, who received a master’s degree in urban design from the American University of Beirut, comments on cities and college life.
Findings from a region-wide survey reveal the hopes and concerns of university-age adults.
The concentration of Lebanese universities in cities means many young women cannot attend, and forces them to join village Islamic institutes.
A new report found modest growth among the social sciences, but experts fear they are still at risk.