Following Libya’s parliamentary elections in 2012 and the establishment of a new government, the new representatives announced a bold vision for the future of Libyan higher education. What kind of progress has been made since the Revolution? What are areas that still need to be worked on? What do Libyan institutions seek from international cooperation? What can the international community do to make such cooperation more meaningful and fruitful? How does the academy connect to the economy in Libya? How can faculty, curriculum and student culture be improved? The Hollings Center brought together a group of academics and university administrators from Libya, the United States and other regional neighbors to discuss these questions. Read the participants’ recommendations for higher education in Libya in our Dialogue Snapshot.