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Alexandria University students succeeded in eradicating the illiteracy of 1,065 male and female citizens in the January 2023 session, according to the educational process database records.
Professor Dr. Abdelaziz Konsowa, President of Alexandria University, praised this important achievement, stressing the university's keenness to play its role in community service within the framework of the university's social and national responsibility, and in implementation of the state's plan to achieve the goals of sustainable development until 2030, including addressing the dangers of illiteracy. He also indicated that Alexandria University established its Centre for the Eradication of Illiteracy to implement an integrated strategy to support this national project at the university level.
Dr. Mohamed Anwar, Dean of the Faculty of Education, indicated that this achievement is the culmination of the efforts of all the participants in this project from the university staff, and the efforts of its students participating in eradicating illiteracy. He sincerely thanked the students of the educational sector at the university as the main partners in the success of reaching this achievement.

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Dr. Ashraf El-Ghandour, Vice President of Alexandria University for Postgraduate Studies and Research, stressed the necessity of completing the registration of postgraduate students’ files, explaining that the registration deadline for these files is the 1st of April 2023. This came during the session of the Graduate Studies and Research Council on the 20th of March, at the university's great hall.
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* The Vice President of the University confirmed that Postgraduate Studies and Research sector is in the process of documenting all decisions issued on postgraduate studies in a database, to achieve the maximum benefit for all researchers and scholars at Alexandria University.
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* The council took note of University Council Decision No. 9 of 2015 regarding exempting master's and doctoral students from submitting a dissertation in the traditional form, as well as from a public discussion session, on the condition that their thesis research is published in distinguished international publication, and the role of the digital library in that.
* The Council was informed of the decision of the University Council to obtain the degree through academic publication and digital library reviews, as well as equivalent certificates and their supplementary materials and conditions.
* The council reviewed the report submitted by Dr. Perihan Salem about the university’s graduate studies and research sector organizing a workshop at the Institute of Graduate Studies and Research, on university ranking and scientific publishing under the title: “Research Planning & its Reflection on Global Ranking”, in cooperation with the International Relations Office and the Elsevier Office in Cairo. The workshop was attended by 52 participants including vice deans, researchers, and vice-deans’ assistants for postgraduate studies from several faculties and institutes of the university.
* The Council approved cooperation protocols between the Faculty of Business at Alexandria University and each of the Trade Union Committee of the Egyptian Tax Authority, the Trade Union Committee of the Egyptian Customs Authority, the Trade Union Committee of the Real Estate Tax Authority in Alexandria, and Ashrakat Charity Foundation.
* The Council also approved a number of memorandums of understanding for academic cooperation between the University of Alexandria and each of the University of Jordan, the University of Zintan in Libya, and the University of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Abdulaziz Qanswa, President of the University, Prof. Dr. Wael Nabil, Vice President of the University for Students, and Prof. Dr. Ali Abdel Mohsen, Dean of the College of Medicine, one of the top international scientists in management science and artificial intelligence, Dr. Mohamed Al-Namki, who is a distinguished Egyptian-Dutch friend and is in Egypt on a short vacation, was invited It was an opportunity to invite him to give a lecture on management and artificial intelligence in the presence of interested colleagues, students registered for a course on social issues, and faculty members next Monday, March 20, in the conference center hall at Tayeb College at 2:00 pm.

Key issyes:

1. What is human intelligence?

2.  What is Artificial Intelligence?

3. Overlaping and gaps.

4. Driving forces : Data, technology, Science fiction, chip industry, rivalary

5. Tomorrow?


Participating in the discussion : 

Prof. Dr. Yasser Fouad, Dean of the Faculty of Computing
Prof. Dr. Ahmed Younis, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Science.
some information about the lecturer/professor Dr. Muhammad Sameh Al-Namki.

Professor Mohamed Sameh El Namaki is an authority in Strategic management and management applications ov artificial intelligence. He is founder and past Deanof Maastricht Scool of Management (Netherlands) and is current Dean of VU School of Management (Switzerland). He taught, published and consulted Worldwide within key MNCs and international organizations as World Bank and the EU

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Under the auspices of Dr. Abdelaziz Konsowa, President of Alexandria University, Dr. Ashraf El-Ghandour, Vice President for Postgraduate Studies and Research and Acting Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development, opened today, Sunday the 19th of March 2023, the “Welcome Ramadan and Siwa Products” bazaar at the Faculty of Education, Alexandria University, in the presence of Dr. Mohamed Anwar, Dean of the Faculty of Education, Dr. Mohamed El-Feki, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Dr. Hani Khamis, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, and Dr. Salem Abdelrazek, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Education for Environmental Affairs and Community Service.
In his speech, Dr. Ashraf El-Ghandour emphasized that the Welcome Ramadan bazaar comes on the occasion of the blessed month of Ramadan, as an initiative of the community service sector at the university to reduce the financial burden on citizens and university workers, indicating that the initiative aims to provide basic and strategic commodities at reduced prices and with high quality in preparation for the holy month. El-Ghandour emphasized the effective and significant role of the participating parties in organizing that bazaar, which offers all commodities at reasonable prices for all.
While Dr. Mohamed Anwar confirmed that this bazaar provides all the goods, needs and requirements of Ramadan, including dates, honey, olive oil, nuts, herbs, spices and Siwa products. Anwar stressed the importance of holding such events at this time in order to reduce the burden on the employees of Alexandria University, as the products are distinguished by their high quality and low prices.
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In a related context, Dr. Ashraf El-Ghandour inaugurated the flower nursery at the Faculty of Education, Alexandria University, coinciding with the spring holidays. He also inspected the Academic Advising Unit. El-Ghandour thanked the Dean of the Faculty, faculty members, and faculty staff for their efforts in developing and improving the educational process at the faculty.
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On Thursday the 16th of March, Professor Dr. Abdelaziz Konsowa, President of Alexandria University, received a high-level delegation of representatives of a number of American universities, AMIDEAST and the American Embassy in Cairo to discuss ways of academic and research cooperation between Alexandria University and American universities in many academic fields, and research of common interest, as well as the possibility of signing protocols and cooperation agreements in the undergraduate and graduate studies, exchanging professors and students, and hosting visiting professors.
The meeting was attended by Dr. Ashraf El-Ghandour, Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research, and Dr. Wael Nabil, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, a number of deans and vice deans of faculties at Alexandria University, the Office of International Relations, and representatives of AMIDEAST Egypt.
The meeting featured a presentation on Alexandria University, its various faculties and institutes, the distinguished study programs that are unique to the university, the proposed research cooperation aspects, the proposed double degrees, the ranking of Alexandria University in the various international classifications, and the cooperation protocols and double degrees signed by Alexandria University with American universities and other international universities.
This was presented by the deans of the Faculties of Medicine, Pharmacy, Engineering, Science, Dentistry, Arts, Commerce, Economic Studies and Political Science, agriculture in Saba Basha.
In his speech, Dr. Konsowa welcomed the American delegation, which included representatives from 12 American universities, namely the University of New Jersey, the University of North Carolina, the University of Colorado, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Massachusetts in Boston, the University of Alabama, the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Tufts University, Wellesley College in Massachusetts,
George Washington University, Michigan State University, and the University of California at Santa Cruz.
Dr. Konsowa indicated that Alexandria University adopts an ambitious strategy, aspiring to internationalize education and forge many partnerships and alliances with prestigious international universities, and establish dual academic degrees, especially with distinguished American universities and research institutes, and attract foreign students. He pointed out that there is great cooperation with the American side in many different scientific and research fields through partnership between American universities, professional development centers at Alexandria University, and the Center of Excellence for Water at Alexandria University, which are funded by the US Agency for International Development. Dr. Konsowa also indicated the possibility of cooperation in establishing joint programs at Alexandria University branch in South Sudan, as well as the Alexandria International University to be established, where the study will be on the basis of joint programs and degrees in cooperation with international universities, and the formation of partnerships with prestigious international institutions and companies. He referred to the participation of Alexandria University during the activities of the COP27 climate conference, with projects related to "transforming the Kima company into a green company through the use of green hydrogen as an energy source", as well as the signing of a cooperation agreement between the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the International Labor Organization, and the establishment of interactive platforms in seven public universities, including Alexandria University, which will head the universities of the Northern Alliance.
For its part, the American delegation expressed their desire to create more cooperation with the prestigious Alexandria University at all research and academic levels, the desire and direction of international universities to cooperate and exchange research experiences with them.
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