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Auckland professor says Kiwis should quit air travel to protect the environment
A grassroots movement calling for Kiwis to stay firmly on the ground instead of taking flight.
'I don't want to be the UK's only black female history professor'
The UK's first black female history professor said she hopes she is not ‘the only one’ for long.
Saudi authorities arrest another professor in widening crackdown on dissent
Saudi authorities have arrested another university professor in the conservative oil-rich kingdom as part of a widening crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against Muslim preachers and intellectuals.
Saudi authorities arrest assistant professor in crackdown on dissent
Saudi authorities have arrested a university lecturer as part of an ongoing crackdown against Muslim preachers and intellectuals led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Scottish Orientalist commemorated in Tehran
A seminar titled 'A Report of the Diligence by Orientalists in Conducting Arab Studies' was held in Tehran on Thursday in which William Wright (1830–1889), a famous English Orientalist and professor of Arabic at the University of Cambridge, was honored and his hard work in this field was appreciated.
Result of US withdrawal from Iran Deal 'messy': US Prof.
The US withdrawal from the JCPOA is likely to be messy, if not unstable, with Europe doing quite a bit to maintain economic relations and Iran breaking some parts of the nuclear deal but abiding by most of it, at least for a while, said Professor of International Affairs at Columbia University Robert Jervis.
Professor Samii receives Pirogov gold medal
Russian Academy of Sciences granted Nikolay Pirogov gold medal to Iranian-German neurosurgeon and medical scientist Professor Majid Samii.
Entessar: Developments in northern Iraq likely to weaken Barzani's hold on power
Nader Entessar Professor of Political Science said the recent developments in Iraqi Kurdistan region may weaken Barzani's hold on power at least in near future.
Unknown attackers hack professor to death in Bangladesh
Security authorities say unidentified assailants have hacked to death a professor in northwestern Bangladesh, adding that the incident is the latest in a series of brutal assaults on secular intellectuals and activists in the South Asian country.
US professor leaving college after solidarity with Muslims
An American female professor at a Christian university who got in trouble after wearing the hijab and saying Muslims and Christians worship the same God will leave the school.
Serbian professor: World art influenced by Iran
Most of the world's arts are influenced by Iranian art and artists, observed a Serbian professor at the University of Belgrade.
Italian professor devoted to Iranology
Bruno Genito, an Italian professor and professional archeologist, has been studying ancient sites of Iran over the past 40 years. A graduate of University of Naples L'Orienntale in Persian Art and Archeology, Genito began his excavation projects from Grand Mosque of Isfahan and Dahaneh Gholaman in Sistan-Baluchestan Province under the supervision of his instructor, Umberto Scerrato. Genito traveled to Iran in November 2015. The Persian daily ‘Iran’ talked to him to learn more about his activities.
American law professor : US police brutality exacerbated by gun culture
The United States has “by far the most violent” law enforcement agencies in the world, which is exacerbated by the dominant gun culture and societal violence in the country, according to an expert on international law.

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