Professors at Work

By AUB Communications

Rami G. Khouri interviews AUB scholars about how their research findings clarify our world's mechanics and mysteries.

  1. 1.
    Pioneering new ways of learning by experience
    23:09
  2. 2.
    The journey from pathology in mice to reducing tobacco use worldwide
    21:57
  3. 3.
    Understanding the crisis in the nursing work environment
    22:35
  4. 4.
    The endless agony of Arab states and their political constructs
    26:26
  5. 5.
    Documentary theater, spaces of joy, and the responsibility of artists
    26:41
  6. 6.
    She leads genes, cells, and molecules into battle against rare childhood diseases
    25:35
  7. 7.
    Do Baghdad checkpoints clarify aspects of Arab identity and statehood?
    24:22
  8. 8.
    Danger and abuse accompany Syrian refugee child laborers
    25:19
  1. 9.
    Humbled, and always learning from the virus
    28:18
  2. 10.
    Here’s how universities learn to channel knowledge into quality public policies
    24:15
  3. 11.
    Reconsidering relations among Greeks, Arabs, science and philosophy
    26:02
  4. 12.
    Water pipes, diesel generators, electronic cigarettes, and other aerosols facts…
    26:35
  5. 13.
    Do religion and social sciences need a deeper dialog?
    25:00
  6. 14.
    Most Arab education standards are low, and stagnant. Here’s how to raise them.
    23:25
  7. 15.
    Are better language metaphors a route to more effective science teaching?
    24:58
  8. 16.
    Making fish and animal food...from restaurant waste
    22:20
  9. 17.
    Time travel in gender and women studies
    23:01
  10. 18.
    Are cash grants to Syrian refugees effective social assistance?
    21:50
  11. 19.
    Dr Ali Ahmad, who launched the Energy Policy and Security Program at AUB's Issam Fares Institute, explains why urgent economic, climate, water, nuclear power, and other challenges in the region demand credible policy responses.
    22:29
  12. 20.
    University expertise helps reconstruct and recover a city -- and citizens' dignity
    25:33
  13. 21.
    What do we learn from the failure of last century's decolonization and non-aligned movements?
    23:45
  14. 22.
    Power, politics and policy in the Arab region's inefficient food systems
    22:55
  15. 23.
    Why should an engineering major study philosophy or history?
    20:05
  16. 24.
    Better health by changing government tobacco policy and individual behavior.
    20:55
  17. 25.
    Sa’dallah Wannous and the many dimensions of Arab theatre
    23:00
  18. 26.
    How health expertise crosses borders & disciplines
    24:07
  19. 27.
    Can Arab civil society influence policy-making?
    19:38
  20. 28.
    After Beirut port cataclysm, how urban planners engage shattered communities
    23:12
  21. 29.
    Understanding the climate, water, citizens & and governance dynamic
    21:13
  22. 30.
    When water, energy, food, and health converge`
    19:49
  23. 31.
    Early marriage, health vulnerabilities, and refugee young girls
    19:51
  24. 32.
    Green Shaped Buildings
    20:10
  25. 33.
    Transformative life experiences through community work
    24:14
  26. 34.
    Breaking the Logjam of Arab Political Elites
    22:44
  27. 35.
    "Knowledge Is Power" -- Promoting dignified work for Arab women, and human rights for all
    22:57
  28. 36.
    Mental health in unhealthy times
    19:34
  29. 37.
    Why Arab Ruling Elites Survive Mass Protests
    25:03
  30. 38.
    In the Eye of the Pandemic
    20:28
  31. 39.
    Redefining International Relations from the Global South
    22:30
  32. 40.
    How To Recycle Building Waste
    19:39
  33. 41.
    Harnessing the power of satellites to feed the Middle East
    19:39
  34. 42.
    How much has the Arab region moved to gender equality in recent decades?
    23:16
  35. 43.
    People-Centered Recovery After the Beirut Blast
    21:57

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