The Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES) at Harvard University on Wednesday opened its first overseas office, in Tunisia, home to a tradition of learning and research that extends from Antiquity to the present.
The office and
Sunny Varkey, founder and chairman of GEMS Education, has been appointed as a member of Harvard University’s prestigious Global Advisory Council.
Varkey is one of approximately 77 council members chosen from all over the wor
Khaleeji Commercial Bank (KHCB), a leading Islamic retail bank in Bahrain, has announced the completion of the training of Khalid Turki, the head of corporate banking, in the Harvard Business School Banking and Finance Executive Development Prog
The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship and Harvard Kennedy School have launched the first bespoke executive education course on social entrepreneurship, titled “The Art and Science of System Change.”
The global value of the halal food market is expected to hit $10 trillion by 2030 with Dubai on track to position itself as the centre of global halal market, according to a report.
The new case study published by Harvard Business
Harvard, the richest university in the United States, said on Saturday it would seek to raise some $6.5 billion in donations to fund new academic initiatives and bolster its financial aid programme.
The fundraising drive by the Ca
The American University of Dubai (AUD) is set to host the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) conference starting tomorrow.
The five-day conference is themed ‘Extending Horizons: Charting Asia&rsquo
Creative people are more likely to behave in an unethical manner, according to a joint study by Duke University and Harvard Business School.
Although the study clarified that it is not compulsory that a creative person will cheat or lie, t
Mobibucks, a leading provider of mobile marketing and payment solutions, showcased its recent mobile payments service launch at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) at a recent payments forum at Harvard University.
Ziad Alshobaki, the Mena man
Diet soda and other artificially-sweetened drinks, previously implicated in the chance of developing diabetes, are not guilty, according to a study by researchers at Harvard University.
In a large group of men followed for 20 years, drinki