From Kabul to Kyiv, one AUAF graduate fled her home to continue her education. Now in Ukraine, under distressingly similar circumstances, Tajik again seeks safety to pursue her dreams. Masouma Tajik in Kabul.
Over 11% of AUAF graduates are Fulbright scholars – the highest percentage of any university. The cancellation of Fulbright’s Afghanistan program has been an incredible loss to the nation’s young leaders, the 140
In a discussion with Stanford Lawyer — moderated by Sharon Driscoll — Erik Jensen and Debra Zumwalt, both of whom serve on the AUAF board, join Nasiruddin Nezaami, chair of the law department
They were impressive people even in relatively normal times, but what they’re demonstrating now with their resilience and their ambitions and their desire to learn surpasses anything I’ve ever seen from students anywhere
The demand for STEM education, particularly for young Afghan women, is stronger than ever. Topic: The Importance of Boolean Algebra Topic: The Human Calculator – Shakuntala Devi Topic: Mathematics application in the Arts
A powerful set of speakers discuss “Women, Peace, and Security after the Fall of Kabul” at the 7th Annual Texas Women, Peace, & Security Symposium. They focus on the meaning of the Kabul
Much of the world may have assumed that the evacuation of at-risk Afghans following the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan in mid-August is over. But for many Afghans the story is ongoing. Peter Bergen,
Regarded as infidels by the Taliban, 109 students from the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) have found an unlikely refuge in the Iraqi Kirdish city of Sulaimaniya. So far, 109 students are studying
Sen. Chris Coons, D – Delaware questions Sec. Blinken on the current U.S. priority for the American University of Afghanistan.
Washington Post Columnist Theresa Vargas tells the story of one AUAF student who evacuated with just the clothes on her back and a scoop of Afghan soil wrapped in a tissue —
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