A conversation with Joshua Angrist, a co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics, about jobs, education, and other issues of concern in the Middle East.
The Egyptian scholar Sara Hegy Ahmed overcame depression and stereotypes about women on her journey to cancer research successes.
Effat University is moving toward gender equality by admitting men. Most aspects of student life, however, will remain gender segregated.
The scholars have experienced gender and other forms of discrimination. They want their research to benefit women and other marginalized people, inside and outside academia.
Qatar’s College of Pharmacy revised its curriculum to better align pharmacy education with the profession’s shift toward patient care.
The Iraqi Women Academics Network helps female scholars in Iraq and abroad deal with challenges they face due to gender and politics.
University of Sharjah researchers and a Swiss association cooperate on research to develop a system using blockchain technology to verify real degrees and thwart fake ones.
Cairo University’s Arab Media Youth Forum brought together students, scholars and professionals to discuss how to prepare for careers in a changing field.
A recent symposium heard from Syrian academics in exile and other scholars about the challenges of interdisciplinary work and promoting education back home.