The female students of the Department of Mathematical Studies at the United Arab Emirates University discussed, on Tuesday 6th December 2016, their graduation projects for this semester, in the presence of a selection of arbitrators and evaluators from the University, a number of faculty members and supervisors of these projects.
Dr. Mohamed Salim, Head of the Department of Mathematical Studies said, "The aim of the presentations is to assess the research projects presented by students in all respects, to take advantage of the views and ideas of the arbitrators, and to have a fruitful outcome with distinctive and innovative projects. The projects submitted by the female students in this class shows remarkable progress at the level of the capacity and skills used in these projects.”
The two students, Khawla Al Dahmani and Hamda Al Dhaheri submitted research on the effectiveness of Thalassemia screening for newborns in the UAE, while students Fatima Al Kaabi, Asmaa Al Niyadi and Maithaa Al Ahbabi presented their research on predicting bad eating habits and obesity depending on the structure of the body in the UAE society. Students Manar Mohamed and Alaa Salehi addressed the subject of the effect of population mobility on spread of malaria in Kenya.
At the end of the meeting, Dr. Ahmad Murad, Dean of the College of Science, honored the outstanding projects as well as the distinguished and academically excelling students.
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