Professors Without Borders has published the report for its first virtual conference. The report presents more »
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.
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.
The Professors Without Borders’ 2019 program cycle is nearing its end. This year our programs more »
The PROWIBO program cycle is picking up speed. This week we return to Lucknow, India more »
Today PROWIBO launches its first short course in Senegal at Lycée Malick SY de Thiés. more »
Professors Without Borders is back to host our 2019 short courses! This year, we will more »
Professors Without Borders put together a virtual three week teaching programme for women in the more »
Press Release: PROWIBO Publishes Conference Report and Video on ‘How to Dismantle Barriers Faced By Black Talent in Academia’
Professors Without Borders has published the report for its second virtual conference. The report presents more »
Announcing New Conference: Improving Access in Higher Education: How to Dismantle Barriers Faced By Black Talent in Academia
In the UK, fewer than 1% of university professors are Black. In the United States, more »
Student life as with all other aspects of day to day life has been affected more »
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!