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Undergrad Mentors in Undergrad Classes

Everywhere you read about how important it is for faculty to mentor undergrad students; to nurture them to careers in research, and so on. That is important. 551 more words


Eleanor's Blog - 28 July 2014

With 3 years at university finished, my Facebook newsfeed is flooded with fellow 3rd years’ graduation photos. Just one more year and that’ll be me! It’s weird to think that this time 3 years ago I was anxiously awaiting my A Level results, hoping I’d get in to Manchester. 470 more words


Horizons End

I have greatly enjoyed my time here in Abu Dhabi. There are definitely many new buildings and opportunities arising out of this desert, changing and creating new horizons. 178 more words



So I graduated yesterday, it was a very odd experience. The ceremony was short, we got in, heard a few words, got out folders (incomplete without diplomas), our president said Shalom, and we left. 155 more words


UAE Pavilion from Shanghai Expo 2010

The UAE was the first gulf nation to present a pavilion at Venis Biennale. This design built in Shanghai in 2010 rises and falls like a sand dune oriented along the wind. 116 more words


Our gift to our legacy; University Debts.

What do you want to be when you grow up?
A classic question posed to most children.
Well at the ripe old age of 21 I was still asking myself this question. 2,250 more words

Nigeria, Hungary Sign MOU on Award of Scholarships

The Nigerian and Hungarian governments have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the award of scholarships to 50 Nigerians to study for undergraduate and post graduate degrees in Hungarian universities. 190 more words