Years of passion and hard work have paid off for Rana Sawaya, who is expected to be named the Bahraini university’s official president soon.
Nadia Al-Sakkaf, a former Yemeni minister forced to flee her homeland, talks about her struggle to seek asylum and continue her research. Pull-Out Quotes:
Rahaf Aldoughli came to the U.K. as a doctoral student on a government scholarship. Her status changed to refugee after she criticised the policies of the Syrian regime.
Jehan Alswaihli talks about the difficulties she faced after fleeing the conflict in Libya and the need for more support for scholars like her in rebuilding their lives abroad.
Hanan Malkawi was recently honoured for her work in biotechnology and nanotechnology and their applications in medicine, agriculture, and the environment.
As the world observes World Refugee Day, Hadeel Abdelhameed relates how she fled a conflict zone and rebuilt her academic career in Australia.
Almoamen Abdalla, a professor of Japanese Studies at Japan’s Tokai University, shares his advice for Arab students who want to visit Japan or study Japanese.
Iraqi researcher Mayasah Al-Nema has identified a target compound that shows promise for treating schizophrenia while avoiding side effects.
Faces “are the first letters of expression,” says the Lebanese artist and educator Dima Raad. She discussed her philosophy of making and teaching art with Al-Fanar Media.
Mohamed Ould Amar, head of the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organisation, says a failure to update curricula is creating “an army of the unemployed.”