Eyes on Diabetes

The Community Services Committee in the Faculty of Business Administration, Economics and Political Science, in collaboration with the Research Center for Innovation, Governance and Green Economy (CIGGE) invited all the Academic Staff of BAEPS to share with our students in the attendance of the interactive lecture of " Eyes On Diabetes: Awarness Campaign”. The aim of the lecture was to embrace the concept of Inclusive Management as one of the areas of Research in Management field, and to present an applicable example of this concept through inviting “Control NGO” headed by both presenters as an extension of their original business ALMOUNEER foundation to help the community of Diabetic patients. The Lecture was presented by: Dr. Noha Khater & Dr. Rania Kadry. The Lecture was held on Sunday, March 11th 2018 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Lecture Hall (4) Building (G).


The Assurance of Sustainability Reporting: an Extra Fee or a Guarantee

Ms. Noha Abdel Rahman, Assistant-lecturer in the Business department, the faculty of Business Administration, Economics and Political Science, and an active member of the Research center for Innovation, Management and Green Economy was a presenter at  the Green Heritage Conference, on march 7th, 2018

Mutual Cooperation between the Center and the Committee of Research and Post-Graduate studies of the Faculty of BAEPS, holding a Series of Seminars for Research Presentation on the level of the Faculty of BAEPS

Promotion of leading edge research: including collaborative and interdisciplinary research using the excessive capital knowledge of BUE’ lecturers as well as the TA’s and the students. In order to reach the goal of academic discussion among staff members, the Research and Post graduate Committee of the Faculty of BAEPS, in collaboration with the Center for Innovation, Governance and Green Economy hosts a series of Scientific Seminars. The first one was done last year and the Second seminar took place on Sunday November 5th, 2017, and the third one was launched on March 4th, 2018. These seminars are organized to explore new venues of academic exchange and foster intellectual debate in the faculty. The aim of these seminars is to develop in-depth discussion of recent academic publications as well as topics of MA or PhD dissertations. The most recent one was a presentation of the most recent PhD holder Thesis. It aimed to investigate the relationship between official development assistance (ODA) and growth in Egypt by using annual data for the period from 1975 to 2015. The thesis assumed that ODA levels has an impact on economic growth through effects on other variables that in turn affect growth, namely savings, investment, and trade.

Political science committee hosted by the Supreme Council of Culture

In the first political science committee hosted by the Supreme Council of Culture, Mr. Omar Aboubaker, a teaching assistant in the department of Political Science Department, Faculty of Business Administration, Economics and Political Science, was among the panelists. The seminar, which took place on Wednesday 24th of January addressed the role and the capacity of youth as a new international actor. Mr. Omar reviewed Egypt’s Vision 2030 and the extent to which it has integrated the Egyptian youth as part of the development plan. This was followed by a Q&A by the audience who pointed out to the main challenges many of the Egyptian youth currently face. They also contributed with their experiences to suggest solutions. 


Problem-Based Learning

In coordination with the departmental staff development team, the Political Science department programme director team has conducted a session on Problem-Based Learning (PBL) on the 22nd of January, 2018. Ms. Sandra Ramzy shared her experience with this learning approach during her Masters in Maastricht University. She introduced to the staff members what problem-based learning is. She explained that it is a student-centered approach to learning and discussed the prospects for implementing this in the BUE. The session also tackled the main obstacles the department might face in applying PBL and plausible solutions to overcome them. In this discussion, methods to enforce PBL were suggested to ensure optimum results.