top of page
  • webshaykh

Announcing the 2023 AIYS Yemeni Scholars Fellows

Congratulations to the 2023 Yemeni Scholars Fellows. AIYS is pleased to present our most recent cohort. Continue reading to learn more about each fellow and their projects.


The Yemeni Scholars Research Fellowship supports advanced research for Yemeni Scholars currently in the Republic of Yemen and continues its commitment to assisting scholars in their research. AIYS is currently the only international institution that funds research in the Republic of Yemen and we are proud to continue this program. This program is funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

 

Najlāʾ al-ʿAzazy


PhD Student, Psychology, Hodeidah University


The Effectiveness of Logotheraphy on Reducing Compatibility Disorder Amongst Displaced Yemeni Women.





 






Amin Abdo Sufyan Al-Hakimi


Professor, Department of Foods and Environment, Sana'a University & Head of the Yemeni Association for Sustainable Agriculture Development (YASAD)


Gathering and Publishing Research Collected at the College of Agriculture by Former Students of Traditional Yemeni Agriculture.


 






Yahya Qatran


Professor, Department of Education Technology, Sana'a University, College of Education

Design of a Computer Program to Develop Educational Environmental Awareness amongst School Children in Yemeni Suburbs.



 






Widad al-Qudsi


MA student, Antiquities Department, Sana'a University


Musical Instruments in Ancient Yemen: A Comparative Archaeological Study





 







Maram Sadiq


PhD student, Environmental Studies


Assessment Study of the Potential for Protecting the Geological Heritage in Damt Area






 






Ali Zeyad


Teaching Assistant, Water Resources Engineering, University of Science & Technology, Sana'a


Use of Bolted Steel Plates in Strengthening and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Beams.




 






Ali Barakat


Professor, University of Ibb


"Natural Disasters and Astronomical Phenomena in Islamic Yemen (540-549AH/1145-1154AD)."




 








Mohammed Ali Ahmed Saeed


Assistant Professor, University of Science & Technology, Hadhramout


Cytotoxic and molecular Effects of Yemeni Smokeless Tobacco Extracts on Selected Oral Epithelial Cell Lines.



 








Badr Abdullah Saeed Al-Tayar


Assistant Professor, Oral Biology, University of Science & Technology, Hadhramout


Cytotoxic and molecular Effects of Yemeni Smokeless Tobacco Extracts on Selected Oral Epithelial Cell Lines.








 

See more photos of the fellows presenting their research here.


The next call for applications for the Yemeni Scholars Fellowship will launch in November, 2023

65 views0 comments

Comments


bottom of page