Future University In Egypt (FUE)
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Faculty Staff

Lecturers

  • Yasmine Zeinelabedine Ahmed Mohamed Radwan

    Full Time

    Assistant Lecturer of Political Science at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Future University in Egypt. In 2011, she got her M.Sc. degree in Political Science from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, title: "Muslims in France: Study in Political- Thoughtful Literatures concerning the Identity Problematique". She was a researcher/ executive project coordinator, Civilization Center for Political Studies. She contributed in numerous research projects as well as assisting renowned Political Science professors in their academic researches. She has edited many books. In addition she has assisted in the executive coordination of various research projects. She received her B.Sc in Political Science (French Section) with a minor in Statistics, from Faculty of Economics and Political Science, 2000. ... Read more

  • Sarra Moneir

    Full Time

    Sarra Moneir is currently an Assistant Lecturer of Political Science at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science - Future University in Egypt. Moneir has attained her Bachelor Degree in Political Science from Cairo University at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science where she wrote her graduation project on "Futurology Studies in the Field of Political Science: An Analysis of the Western Contributions". Following that, Moneir completed her Masters degree in Global History at the University of Vienna in 2010 with the thesis on "Arab-Islamic Political Philosophy: An Analysis of the Problematic between the Political and the Religious Institutions in Egypt's 18th and 19th Centuries". Moneir is currently working on her PhD Dissertation at the Department of International Development Studies at the University of Vienna where she serves there occasionally as a researching staff member. Her PhD dissertation is specializing in ethnographic and sociological studies of the political psychology of the masses. Among her recent publications are a paper presented at the Institute de Monde Arabe conference in Paris in 2013 on "Comparative Study between the Orabi Revolution and the January 25 Revolution in Egypt", as well as "Who is Afraid of Twitter? The Egyptian Revolution Going Global" in an Omnibus Volume on Globalization from an Interdisciplinary Perspective published in Frankfurt, Germany in January 2013. Moneir's main specializations are: methodology of political sociology, political psychology of the masses and mass protests, political theory and philosophy of memory and socio-political myths, experience and awareness. ... Read more

  • Noura Eissa

    Full Time

    Noura Eissa is a Ph.D. holder from Cairo University, Euro-Med program with a specialized discipline in International Economics and Global markets particularly International Political Economy IPE, Economic bloc integrations, trade gravity models, law and public policies related to economics. She obtained her MA and BA of Art in Economics from the American University in Cairo AUC. As an Arab who has studied and engaged in various disciplines, she has the ability to break down disciplinary boundaries between economics and politics shaping them and delivering them to students under the philosophical and theoretical understanding of Middle Eastern environmental conditions, social cultures, ideologies and communication strategies. Agreeing with Classical economists such as Adam Smith and David Ricardo, she believes that political externalities stem out of international economic activities with a growing consensus regarding the beneficial effects of international trade on political and international relationships. Teaching methods in her lectures are targeted towards developing firm transferable skills for the students to later use when holding leadership positions. This includes pre-planned PowerPoint Presentations, in-class group assignments and debates, guest speakers, student conferences and workshops, as well as research papers enriching the students' individual development. Related topics of interest where research has been conducted include a comparative political and economic analysis of regional blocs such as the EU and the GCC, theoretical analysis of theories related to International affairs and to regional bloc integration, non-renewable energy and its economic and social impact on the GCC, economic and political absorptive capacity of the GCC, free trade area agreements, trade and FDI relations of the GCC with the rest of the world and with the European Union in specific, a comparison between the EU unified currency and the desired unified currency for the Gulf countries. In the long run, she would like to add value to her students positively forcing them to strive to achieve leadership roles in the global world today and aiding them with analytical and empirical skills. She is a dedicated person who can manage her time wisely, thus working well with the different requirements of the job. She has ten years of teaching experience in the field at several reputable universities. She has taught various levels of courses starting with 200 to 400 level courses. Dr. Eissa has participated in a number of conferences and workshops in order to constantly develop her skills to be updated with the current technology, issues, research and events in the fields of political economy, economics and business. ... Read more

  • Rasha El-Ibiary

    Full Time

    Rasha El-Ibiary, is a Lecturer at the Future University in Egypt since February 2016. She is specialized in Political Communication, Media and Conflicts, Public Opinion and Propaganda, and Cultural Geopolitics. Dr. El-Ibiary holds a BA in Journalism from the Journalism and Mass Communication Department, with a minor in Political Science, an MA in International Relations from the Department of Political Science, AUC. She earned her PhD in Politics with specialization in Political Communication from Newcastle University, UK, in 2006. She taught at the American University in Cairo, the German University in Cairo and also at Newcastle University, UK ... Read more

  • Abeer Mohamed Ibrahim Rashdan

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  • Heba Tolba

    Full Time

    Lecturer of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, FEPS, Future University in Egypt ... Read more

  • Seham Fawzi Hussein Yehia

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  • Ghada Ahmed Salaheldein Abdelhak Elnashar

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  • Salma Shamel Elsayed Nasser

    Full Time

    Dr. Salma Nasser served as a Senior Officer in the Cabinet of the Minister of International Cooperation in Egypt for over six years. She then moved to New York where she worked at UNDP headquarters for several years. She has taught in the University of Bangkok in Thailand and Future University in Egypt. The focus areas for Dr. Salma's research and work in the academia has been political science, economic development and gender studies. She has also authored several key UN publications. Dr. Salma Nasser holds a BA in Political Science - specializing in International Law- from the American University in Cairo, Egypt; an MA in Political Science from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, Italy and a PhD in Development from the University of Bologna, Italy. ... Read more

  • Ayat Abdel Kader Basuoni Abou Seeda

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  • Nevine Henry Rezk Saad Wasef

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  • Fawzia Ahmed Abdelhamid Ibrahim

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