Information Workshop on 7th Session of Zamala Program

20 - Feb - 2018

At the Commerce Meeting Hall, IUG Deanship of Higher Studies and Scientific Research held an information workshop on the 7th session of Zamala program specialized for the university scholarships, generously funded by the Bank of Palestine and Tawon Foundation.

The workshop was in the presence of Dr. Hatem Al-Aydi, Vice-Dean of Higher studies & scientific research, Dr. Majid Al-jidi, representative of the Bank of Palestine, Eng. Atef Ghsain, representative of Tawon Foundation, Mr. Belal Abu Ras, coordinator of scientific research projects, as well as a number of academicians and administrators. 

Dr. Aljidi assured that the Bank of Palestine pays adequate attention to the serving-community fields, claiming that the purpose of the program is to leave touchable impacts on the academic performance of students. This would prepare them for the business market, where they can acquire new experiences, and using them in raising the education efficiency in Palestine.

The head of Chemistry Department Prof. Rami Morgan presented his expertise as he was missioned to Britain in the fifth session of Zamala Program. During his research visit, he achieved a set of goals varied to include conducting spectral analyses prepared at the university, training on some updated equipment, renewing the cooperative relationship with researchers, and providing financial support to equip different labs.

Whereas, the Vice-Dean of Medicine Faculty Prof. Jihad Hamad, who missioned to Britain,  shed lights on his project " pharmacology animation" which has boosted using Videos in the teaching process.  

During his mission to the USA, prof. Saad Ghabayen, from Environment Engineering, found solutions to the scarcity of water resources in Gaza, worked on filtrating the wastewater and investing the resources to solve filtrating problems. Prof. Ghabayen has achieved a set of goals include: Working at the National Water Research Center, working within a specialized research team, networking with software developers, and providing an opportunity to work in an integrated team.

Prof. Heba Haji, the supervisor of Zamala program, mentioned that Zamala program involved (14) Palestinian universities. In addition, the 7th session of the Program provided an opportunity to carry out training workshops and specialized scientific lectures in all universities. She indicated that the program benefited (141) administrative and academic researchers missioned to (129) international institutions.