A new online series is allowing English-language learners across Egypt to dive headfirst into American culture through a monthly lecture series led by AUC faculty and staff from the United States.
America 101 is a collaboration between AUC’s School of Continuing Education (SCE) and the U.S. Embassy’s American Center Cairo (ACC). The lectures in this free series each center on a theme related to American culture.
Ahmed Moustafa, professor and chair of AUC's Department of Biology, has been awarded $2.1 million from Wellcome Trust for a project that will establish molecular surveillance of the coronavirus genomes in the MENA region, bridging research disparities and leading to better health outcomes.
Graduating seniors Maha Shatta, Fatema Lokma, Mostafa Nosseir, Ahmed Elghoul and Seif Ahmed ‘21 from AUC’s Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECNG) won first place worldwide in the 2022 John Hop
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