Ten Faculty Members Among Top 2% Impactful Scientists Globally

Ten faculty members from AUC's School of Sciences and Engineering have been named in the Stanford University- Elsevier list of the top 2% most-cited scientists in various disciplines worldwide.

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Beyond the Apps Conference

Last week's Beyond the App conference, hosted by AUC and SUNY Cortland’s Literacy Department, connected literacy leaders around the globe with Egyptian and American teachers as well as teachers from many other countries. Teachers shared their knowledge building on the best literacy practices for middle grades (Primary 4, 5, 6 and Preparatory 1, 2, 3). 

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"A Global Election" — America Chooses Joe Biden

After a five-day election, former Vice President Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris were elected as the new leaders of the United States. Biden passed the 270 needed electoral college votes on Saturday, denying incumbent President Donald Trump a second term in office. Taking place in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, President Donald Trump still not officially conceding the election and the country witnessing a record number of voter turnout, this election was far from ordinary and while it’s now over, has ushered in a new wave of politics. 

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'To All Women: It’s Time to Unleash Our Power'

For business administration student Malak El Menyawi, the ABZ case as well as Nadeen Ashraf's @AssaultPolice were the main trigger for AUC's Student Union to start a task force in collaboration with Heya student organization. The initiative aims to encourage sexual harassment victims to speak up for their rights while informing them of the University’s Anti-Harassment and Non-Discrimination Policy, steps on how to report and other helpful resources. 

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Reem Bassiouney

Award-Winning Reem Bassiouney: 'Writing About History is Liberating'

Nahdet Misr Publishing Group recently held a launch event celebrating award-winning novelist and AUC Professor of Applied Linguistics Reem Bassiouney’s new book, Sabeel Al Gharek. With the first edition selling out in only five days and the second edition released shortly after, the book has been achieving substantial success.

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Using Natural Gas for Cars as an Alternative to Gasoline: Is It the Future?

Egypt's government recently announced a multi-year plan to convert car engines running on traditional fuels to dual-fuel engines that can run on gasoline and natural gas. A parallel initiative sets to replace obsolete vehicles used in Egypt's public transportation system with newer ones equipped with natural gas tanks. News@AUC spoke to Ahmed El-Banbi, professor of petroleum engineering and department chair, and Abdelaziz Khlaifat, professor of petroleum engineering, on the impact of these changes.

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Remembering Farkhonda Hassan (1930 - 2020)

AUC mourns the loss of Farkhonda Hassan (MSc '67), professor emerita in the School of Sciences and Engineering. Members of the AUC community shared some memories of and tributes to Hassan, who taught at the University for more than five decades:

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AUC Holds Media Virtual Discussion: Impact of U.S. Elections on Egypt, Middle East

AUC held a Media Virtual Discussion this week titled: “The Impact of the U.S. Elections on Egypt and the Middle East.” Speakers were Bahgat Korany, professor of international relations and political economy at AUC, and Karim Haggag,  Karim Haggag, Middle East Program director and professor of practice at the Public Policy and Administration Department.

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A Guide to Understanding the 2020 U.S. Election

As Americans take to the polls to vote for the next leader of the country, News@AUC created a simple guide to understanding how the election process works, explaining everything from who can vote to how the Electoral College works.  Democratic candidate Joe Biden, who was vice president under President Barack Obama, faces incumbent Donald Trump. 

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Meet the New Members of AUC’s Alumni Council

From digital and technological experts to entrepreneurs, ambassadors and financiers, the newly elected members of AUC’s Alumni Council span a broad array of professions, yet they all share a common goal: strengthening AUC’s alumni network and enhancing the University’s global visibility.

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Reshaping Universities' Infrastructure to Facilitate Education for Autistic Students

Dublin City University (DCU) was declared the world's first autism-friendly university by AsIAm, Ireland's National Autism Charity, through its educational and social support for students and staff on the autism spectrum, and is now working to expand its physical infrastructure and architecture to incorporate autistic needs. On that account, they approached Magda Mostafa, associate professor at AUC’s Department of Architecture and international autism design expert

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Full Scholarship to 30 Students From Public Schools

AUC Allocates 30 Full-Tuition Scholarships for Public School Students

Recently, AUC awarded 30 full-tuition scholarships to public school students within the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between AUC and Egypt's Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research earlier this year.

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Co-Op Program: A Leap in Experiential Learning at the School of Business

Offering a unique experiential learning experience with hands-on training at the workplace, AUC’s new Cooperative Education (Co-Op) course is the first of its kind in the region to be initiated by a business school.

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AUC's Center of Excellence for Water Participates in Cairo Water Week 2020

For the second year in a row, the Center of Excellence for Water at The American University in Cairo (AUC) is participating in Cairo Water Week (CWW) 2020, one of the most significant water-related events at the national, regional and international levels, organized by the Egyptian Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation. Launched today and held until 22 October, CWW’s theme this year is: “Water Security for Peace and Development in Arid Regions – The Road to Dakar 2021”.  

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Nadia Younes Memorial Lecture - Dutch Minister Sigrid Kaag ‘85: ‘COVID-19’s Impact in the Middle East’

Find the full event details here. A graduate of AUC’s Middle East program and now the minister for foreign trade and development cooperation in the Netherlands, Sigrid Kaag ‘85 will be the guest speaker at this year’s Nadia Younes Memorial Lecture, “COVID-19’s Impact in the Middle East: What Now and What Next?”.

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