Photo and article published by Al Fanar, Dec. 2013. A Qatari teaching center helps instructors learn techniques that involve more active learning, heading off classroom-management problems.
Published by Wamda.com, Nov. 2013. At this year’s Startup Weekend Doha, a mobile app that can track and quantify “every aspect of your life” took first prize, as more women than ever attended the event.
Photo and article published by Al Fanar, Oct. 2013. U.S. News & World Report want to create a university rankings guide for the Middle East. But will they succeed?
Photos and article published by Al Fanar, Oct. 2013. Delegates at Doha’s 2013 WISE conference discussed what needs to happen to improve education around the world.
Published on Role/Reboot, Oct. 2013. New anti-rape underwear is just another way for women to shoulder the burden of sexual violence and misogyny. But if they could help keep you safe, would you wear them?
Article and photo published by Al Fanar, Oct. 2013. A 2013 survey of students in four Gulf countries shows they are still struggling to prepare students for university life and the workforce despite spending billions revamping education.
Published by Al Fanar, Oct. 2013. Women in the Gulf are better educated than men. So why are they lagging behind in employment?
Published by Wamda.com, Sept. 2013. The pan-Arab reality-TV competition, Stars of Science, is back with more women than ever before.
Story published by Wamda.com, Sept. 2013. When Diana Al-Dajani found out that her five-year-old son hated learning Arabic, she got creative.