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Published at: 02-08-2023

UoH Signs MoU with KSCIEN Organization

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On Wednesday, 2nd of August 3, 2023, a delegation from KSCIEN organization headed by Dr. Fahmi Hussein Kakamad, the Organization’s Director, paid a visit to the UoH where they were warmly welcomed by the University’s President, the deans and members from International Relations office and the University Ranking office.

Prof. Mahabad Kamil Abdullah, the President of UoH, provided insights into the university’s history, geographical location, and its strong integration within the community. She also praised the dedication and hard work of the academic staff in advancing the university’s overall growth.

During the meeting, both parties emphasized the role of collaboration and joint work between universities and organization which resulted in signing a memorandum of understanding whose primary aim is to foster the development of scientific research.

Some specific points of collaboration outlined in the MoU include publication of original research in high-profile scientific journals, researcher encouragement and promotion, and combatting predatory journals and publications.

Other areas of collaborative work as indicated in the memorandum of understanding which spans over two years include organizing joint activities such as workshops, conferences, seminars, and conduction joint research and projects.

KSCIEN organization is a non-profit entity operating in Kurdistan with a global focus on enhancing scientific research, particularly in developing countries. Their mission includes conducting various scientific activities like workshops, courses, and conferences to support and educate promising individuals in underprivileged regions. A key focus of KSCIEN is to combat predatory publishing practices that have affected universities and academic institutions in developing nations.

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