Future University In Egypt (FUE)
Future University is one of most promising private universities in Egypt. Through excellence in teaching, research and service, Future University strives to provide a comprehensive, high-quality education that prepares our graduates to be future leaders.
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Faculty Staff

Assistant Lecturers

  • Shaymaa Mohamed Abdel Raheem Sherif Omran

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  • Reham Gamal

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  • Walid Maged

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  • Amr Mostafa Mahmoud Mostafa

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  • Aya Safwat

    Assistant Lecturer of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Future University in Egypt. She is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science (FEPS), Cairo University. In 2012, she received a Master's degree in Economics from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University in 2012. Her thesis was on "Corporate Social Responsibility and Its Role in Sustainable Development: Case Studies and Lessons Learned". She earned her B.Sc. in Economics and minor in Public Administration with Honors, Faculty of Economics and Political Science (FEPS), English Section, Cairo University in 2008. ... Read more

  • Abdelrahman Rashdan

    Abdelrahman Rashdan is an Assistant Lecturer of Political Science. He holds a Master's degree in International Affairs and a Certificate in Middle East Studies from Columbia University. Mr. Rashdan's research interests include: national security, terrorism, Islamic movements, Middle East politics, and US foreign policy. ... Read more

  • Sarra Moneir

    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

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