Aswan University: 3 female students receive scholarships from the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology

Aswan University President Ayman Mahmoud Othman has announced that three students from the Faculty of Archeology, Department of Recovery, have won three scholarships for the postgraduate degree awarded by the Academy of Scientific in the eighth session of the “Next Generation Scientist Program”. Research and technology, and they are researcher Yasmin Selim Wanas and researcher Hind Soliman. Mostafa and researcher Asma Al-Husseini Muhammad.

The president of Aswan University added in a press statement that it falls within the framework of competition among students of the Faculty of Archeology and scholarships and research for research projects and scientific projects among their peers from the Faculty of Archeology of various universities. The projects work to create a generation of graduates capable of scientific donations, competition in the labor market, and creativity in scientific research in various fields, and to combine scientific research with problems in the region and find solutions to what Aswan University represents. As the house of skill.

For his part, the president of the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology. Mahmoud Sakar explained that the selection of scholarship students came on a competitive basis from among the declared field applicants, which was in line with Egypt’s vision for sustainable development. The development of the border region of Egypt, note that the goal of the grant fields is to contribute to building a strong scientific foundation in the basic sciences, to fill the technological gap, to meet the needs of the labor market and national industry, which requires a higher degree. Contribute to the development of skills and competencies for development and competition, and to finding solutions to urgent problems facing society..

Dr. Thana Ali Abu Taleb, Dean of the Faculty of Archeology, Aswan University, extends his warm congratulations and blessings to the winning students, wishing them continued success and achievement at their best scientific and research center ever..

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