The annual scholarship programme, which Honeywell UOP began in 2016 to develop and foster young engineering talent in Egypt, was awarded this year to Omar Ashraf Kamal, Muhammad Mahmoud Elsabahy, Ahmad Khaled Aly and Abdelrahman Refat Mahmoud. The four students were selected from a pool of more than a dozen candidates following a stringent interview process with Honeywell UOP.“Honeywell UOP began this programme three years ago to recognise outstanding young talent in engineering in Egypt; we work closely with Cairo University to find the most promising candidates for this scholarship,” said Khaled Hashem, president for Honeywell in Egypt and Libya.
“As the oil and gas industry continues to grow, it is critical for early career engineers to understand technological advances in the industry. We will continue to support Cairo University’s pool of science talent, who represent our future industry leaders.”Hashem and the four recipients were joined at the event by Prof Hossam Abdel Fattah, dean of the faculty, Prof Sherine Wahba, vice dean for students affairs and Prof Fatma Ashour, professor of petroleum refining.
“This programme has provided invaluable training and experience for our chemical engineering students, and we are proud of the recognition they earned for their academic work,” said Prof Ehab Abadir, chair of the Chemical Engineering Department of Cairo University.“Through Honeywell’s tutelage and generosity, our students have the opportunity to shape the future of the oil and gas sector in Egypt.”
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