SPU Participates in an International Project for Academic Exchange, Environmental Training and Museum Implementation

SPU Participates in an International Project for Academic Exchange, Environmental Training and Museum Implementation

SPU has announced the start of the international project on academic exchange, environmental training, cultural research and museum implementation in cooperation with the British university of Reading, Sulaimani and Tehran Universities funded by the European Union.

The supervisor of the research center of the university, Dr.Rozhen Kamal Mohammed Amin stated that the International Project on Academic Exchange, Environmental Training, cultural Research and Construction of Museums entered into force on October 31, 2017 and that the European Union finances the two-year project.

She added that the project came against the background of participating in a symposium held at the environmental department at the University of Reading in January 2017, which provided an overview of the international projects that contributed to the areas of design and museums using information technology indicating that the symposium was fruitful, she was invited to participate in similar projects in Britain and conduct joint research between the British University and SPU.

It is noteworthy that Dr.Rozhen has previously contributed many research and academic activities in countries such as Canada, America, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Britain, Switzerland, Japan, Saudi Arabia and Serbia. She has received both Masters and Doctor Degrees from the University Calgary, Canada. She received many appreciation letters and reward certifications including those she received in 2012 by the Minister of Culture in Alberta, Canada, in appreciation of her research project on a museum there.

SPU Participates in an International Project for Academic Exchange, Environmental Training and Museum Implementation