The Community Service and Environmental Development Council, headed by Dr. Ashraf El-Ghandour, Vice President of Alexandria University for Postgraduate Studies and Research, and Acting Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development, stressed the need to continue applying preventive measures during the final exams as part of the university's readiness to participate in the competition for the best environment-friendly university.
. The Council reviewed the report submitted by Dr. Magda El-Shazly, a member of the Council and Rapporteur of the National Council for Women in Alexandria, on economic empowerment and women’s training, as well as Alexandria University’s preparations to participate in the national initiative for smart green projects through the project submitted by the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. She also stressed the importance of cooperation between faculties in "Baladi Amana" campaign which is held under the auspices of the National Council for Women at the level of the governorates of Egypt. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the challenges facing society in light of global crises, by promoting a positive outlook for the future, and explaining the role of major national projects in achieving the desired development to improve the quality of life for citizens.
• The Council reviewed the report submitted by the Faculty of Agriculture on its organization of a number of seminars, namely: the Domestic Economics and Climate Change seminar, the seminar on the Virtues of the Holy Month of Ramadan - Commemorating the Glorious October Victory, as well as holding a workshop on Integration between the University and the Chemical Industries, and organizing the twelfth employment forum entitled Agricultural and Industrial Entrepreneurs Forum, The council also reviewed reports on the Agricultural Education convoys organized in cooperation with the Directorate of Agriculture in Alexandria.
The Council took note of the report of the Faculty of Education on the first scientific conference of the English Language Department entitled "Women of the World" with the participation of Egyptian, Arab and foreign researchers, as well as the number of literacy classes that were registered at the faculty last April.
The Council was also informed that the Education and Public Service Unit at the Faculty of Dentistry organized a summer training program for students from outside the faculty at the clinical stage.
The Council reviewed the report submitted by Dr. Walid Abdelazim, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, on the results of the Engineering Forum for Business and Jobs, which was held at the Faculty of Engineering last week. The forum aims to provide employment and internship opportunities for students and graduates in various engineering disciplines in cooperation with major industrial companies.
The council was informed that several faculties have organized some different activities, as follows:
- Holding a workshop at the Institute of Graduate Studies and Research entitled "Chemical Analysis Using a Double Induction Plasma Device”, a lecture entitled “Materials Science and the Hamis Webb Telescope”, a lecture on the “Production of Polymers by Bacteria and their Applications”, and a lecture entitled “My experience with Industry”.
- Reports on seminars organized by the Faculty of Physical Education for Women, such as “Parents’ Contributions in Psychological Dealing with Young Athletes”, “Early Marriage and the Population Issue”, “Spinal Injuries Diagnosis and Treatment”, and “Early Detection of Chronic Diseases and Renal Impairment.”
- A report on a number of activities organized by the Faculty of Agriculture - Saba Pasha Campus, such as a symposium on biological treatment, a seminar entitled "Your Food is Your Medicine", another entitled "The Philosophy of Fasting in the Divine Religions", and a third seminar entitled "No to Bullying and Harassment for a Better Society", as well as the faculty's social solidarity work during the holy month of Ramadan.