Higher Education & Covid-19

This pandemic may force institutions of higher education to shut down completely or try to save themselves through merging with other universities or benefactors. Read our post about how higher education is adapting in this pandemic era.

PROWIBO Achieves U.K. Charity Status

After four years of charitable activities, PROWIBO’s work has officially been recognised by the UK Charity Commission! This opens up new doors for partnerships, grant applications, fundraising and opportunities to make a difference.   Many thanks to our more »

Career Development in the Era of COVID

Life during lockdown can be overwhelming. This new way of life presents many challenges and opportunities for learning and personal development. In fact, you can use this time to learn a new skill, upgrade an more »

Online Academic Resources During COVID-19

Libraries are closed and the struggle to find academic sources is real. But we’re here to help. Take a look at our list to see what databases have made select content free during this time.

A Snapshot of PROWIBO

Our History Professors Without Borders was incorporated in 2016. Our vision is to create a global community of academics and professionals who wish to share their passion for knowledge with students around the world. We aim to more »

An Interactive Tour of ARU’s Campus

We are halfway through the first week of our short course at the African Rural University in Kagadi, Uganda. In addition to delivering a comprehensive course catalog, our professors made time to take us on more »

2019 Professors Without Borders Tour: Uganda

2019 has been an exciting year for Professors Without Borders! From June until August we are hosting five short courses and sending 15 academics and professionals around the world to teach over 500 students. Next more »

Nadine’s Thoughts: PROWIBO in Senegal

En Francais Our first short course in Thiès, Senegal ended Friday of last week. Read on for a short recap of the programme by Nadine Minampala, who did an amazing job leading the course! By: more »

Thailand 2019: PROWIBO in the Press

Brittani Barger, the Deputy Editor of Royal Central joined Tessy de Nassau, PROWIBO co-founder, during PROWIBO’s 2019 summer school in Thailand. In addition to attending PROWIBO events, Ms. Barger joined Panel 3 of Women, Development more »

SWU 2019: The Student Highlight Reel

At the 2019 PROWIBO summer school at Srinakharinwirot University (SWU) in Thailand, Rachel Warnick taught a 5-days course titled “Contemporary Communications”, where students had to analyze the global and regional applications of the UN’s Sustainable more »

PROWIBO Examines how to Teach Tech to Gen Z

On Saturday the 18th of May, Professors Without Borders in partnership with the Gulf Futures Center, LSEIdeas and Richmond University, hosted a conference at the German School in London. The conference featured 11 speakers from across more »

How to reference well and avoid plagiarism

With the new academic year around the corner, it’s about time you removed the cobwebs from your academic books and refreshed some of your study skills, especially referencing and avoiding plagiarism.  Plagiarism is defined as more »

A Student’s Guide to Filling Free Time…

With in person classes cancelled and exams finally over students now have a ton of free time on their hands. This is the time to pick up a new hobby, read the book you always wanted to read, catch up on shows, learn a new language, do some yoga, relax for a while and so much more. Check out our list blow for some recommendations from ProWiBo on what to do now that you have some spare time!

Call for Abstracts – Teaching through Gaming

In the education sector, it is well known that lecture and dictation-based teaching is not the most effective way for students to fully grasp and understand concepts. Conversely, games-based teaching provides a more engaging way more »