Weaving Success: Voices of Change in African Higher Education, a new book produced by the Institute of International Education and the Partnership for Higher Education in Africa, provides a detailed look at key issues in African higher education and highlights the transformative processes that are shaping the future of African colleges and universities. It includes stunning four-color photographs throughout, along with inspiring tales of success by African professors, university administrators, and students.Weaving Success centers on nine countries whose universities received support from the Partnership for Higher Education in Africa: Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda. It weaves together voices from people in these countries who used this support to bring about transformative changes at their respective universities. Together, these interconnected voices add up to tell a larger story of systemic change across campuses and national. They are stories of countries and individuals finding pioneering ways to overcome steep obstacles and use their ingenuity and determination to develop effective means of teaching, research, and service in challenging environments.