Teachers are carers by nature, but where can they turn for care themselves? Equitable, caring policies at their own institutions matter most.
The group, launched by professors two years ago, lobbies governments and fellow academics to defend their homeland’s cause abroad.
Teachers are by nature care-givers, but where can they turn for the care they need? A faculty developer identifies three sources.
Iraqi and American professors built an ethics curriculum for engineering schools after Iraq asked its universities to seek international accreditation.
Academic freedom has been both neglected and misused in the Arab world, says a Tunisian academic. He offers ideas for making it more vital.
Schools and universities have been damaged in the latest Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and teachers and students have been killed or arrested.
Yusra Mouzughi guided Muscat University from an idea to an institution. Now she’s taking on a new challenge as president of Bahrain’s Royal University for Women.
In a collective act of self-censorship, many academics today willingly cede the university’s unconditional freedom to investigate all ideas.
Abdul Razzaq Al-Issa led Iraq’s higher education ministry during a period when the Islamic State controlled much of the country.