Browsing Student Scholarship by Language "en"

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  • El Deeb, Tarek Ahmed (2010-12-21)
    In 2001, The American University’s Arabic Language Institute (more commonly known as A-L-I) suffered from a massive electrical fire that destroyed much of the department. I’m Tarek El Deeb, let me take you back a couple ...
  • Abaza, Nazly (Nazly Abaza, 2013-12-11)
    28 and Single is an audio documentary discussing the culture of arranged marriage in Egypt through the story of my family, specifically my cousin Malak El Shishiny.
  • Atwa, Amin; Samir, Ahmed; Soliman, Fady (2016-12-29)
    The project is to design a 4-bit digital adder, while taking care of performance parameters: area, speed and power consumption, the team has chosen to design according to the cost function: Area*Delay*Power. The project ...
  • Mahany, Monica M. (5/29/2017)
    Over 20 years, animal abuse in Egypt has been existing. Yet, the government is not offering any solutions for this issue.And, Egyptians don't have the culture of having dogs on the streets.
  • Mahany, Monica M. (2017-05-29)
    Stray animals have been suffering in the Egyptian streets from the abuse for so long. Yet, there are no solutions offered by the government to restrict this harm that those animals face everyday.
  • Aboul Enein, Sameh (5/28/2016)
    Simulation Exercise: UN special session on a Middle East Nuclear Weapon Free Zone, Supervised by Dr. Sameh Aboul Enein the Loghborough University
  • Abdelsalam, Hana (2018-01-17)
    Violence against children is a widespread phenomenon in Egypt. The education sector has a large role to play in preventing violence and promoting child-wellbeing inside and outside schools. This study reviews the literature, ...
  • Haddara, Adham (2011-03-08)
  • Hassan, Yasmine (2014-12-21)
    An interview with Ahmad Abd Rabou at AUC, Egypt.
  • Trombi, Lucia (2011-09-29)
  • Abushadi, Ehsan (2015-02-08)
    Site Analysis of Ain al-Sira, for the design of a sustainable school for AENG 453. The site analysis looks at the history of the area, the topography, the water bodies and the situation today.
  • Al-Jarhi, Nuha (2011-10-03)
  • Hassanien, Mariam (12/18/2016)
    This interview is for my final documentary for my audio production class. Angeliki Ckoumpi is a teacher at the Greek culture center who preferred to live in Cairo after spending the last 10 years in Athens.
  • Ghoneim, Nashwa (2012-02-02)
    The civil society has taken a very active role in the quest for democracy that continues to spread across the continents till it reached the Middle East region only recently. This is clear given the successive revolts ...
  • Abdel Meguid, Nivin (2012-01-24)
    As the world continues to consider and understand recent events in the Arab world, some have used the words “revolution” and “tsunami” to describe what has happened and the term “Arab Spring” has become more popular ...
  • Mostafa, Doha (2012-10-23)
    The paper briefly highlights theoretical explanations of concurrent Arab uprisings through a literature review on the writings of democratization, authoritarianism in the Middle East and third generation insights on the ...
  • Aboul Enein, Sameh (11/6/2012)
    This course will bear on modern and contemporary arms control and disarmament starting with The Hague Conference in 1899 and efforts of non-governmental groups such as the Women’s International League for Peace pushing for ...
  • Mikhail, Miriam (12/12/2016)
    This documentary reveals the truth about the Armenians in 1915 and the Armenian Diaspora- more specifically in Egypt. After over hundred years of massacres and displacement, how they have become an integral part of the ...
  • El Din, Janan Osama Mohi (2011-04-03)
  • Guirguis, Sarah (2016-12-18)
    The purpose of this audio documentary is to put a microscope on the general Egyptian attitude towards unfamiliar art, specifically the types of dance that people are not used to watching on stage. Tune in to see the ...