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For Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub, science and creativity go hand in hand. In fact, creativity fosters science and vice versa. “Science and medicine offer unprecedented opportunities for discovery and, most importantly, alleviating human suffering, … and creativity and innovation … [are] essential for...
With summer in sight, Amber Murrey-Ndewa , postdoctoral teaching fellow in the Core Curriculum affiliated with the Department of Sociology...
The AUC Library is filled with pages of information, nooks to work in, and a number of gadgets and resources to help students and faculty...
Mostafa Kandil '15, co-founder and CEO of Swvl, a mobile app that organizes convenient transportation routes around Egypt at reasonable...
Research and Innovation
For Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub, science and creativity go hand in hand. In fact, creativity fosters science and vice versa. “Science and...
Research and Innovation
Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub, professor of cardiothoracic surgery at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London; founder...
The School of Global Affairs and Public Policy's new Public Policy Hub addresses an urgent need for well-researched public policy in Egypt while also training a new generation of policy advocates at AUC.
Through PayMob, a group of AUC alumni are working to transform Egypt's economy and daily transactions.
Local to Global
AUC pairs with MIT, becoming the first University in the region to offer a blended master’s degree for online learners.
Arts and Culture
Sourouzian, AUC’s William K. Simpson and Marilyn M. Simpson Professor of Egyptology, who has been leading excavations for 20 years in the ancient Thebes, explains how she and her team have successfully salvaged sites, conserved monuments and unearthed hundreds of statues.
Solution to Pollution
In many countries across the globe, emphasis is being placed on sustainable development, where resource use aims to meet human needs while preserving the environment so that these needs can be met not only in the present, but also for generations to come. Professor Salah El Haggar believes that much of Egypt's waste mismanagement problems can be resolved.