In the context of job hunting, “marketability of KNU graduates” refers to several things. It refers to how desirable a candidate is for employment consideration; what a candidate is worth as a prospective hire. Corporate employers want to hire academically prepared, highly motivated, and ambitious workers who offer them a good, long-term return on their investment. This workshop will motivate us to prepare our graduates to showcase their talent in the work front.
Solid waste management is an essential service in any society. Before introducing the process, however, let's start with a discussion of the material being managed—solid waste. Solid waste refers to the range of garbage materials—arising from animal and human activities—that are discarded as unwanted and useless. Solid waste is generated from industrial, residential, and commercial activities in a given area, and may be handled in a variety of ways. As such, landfills are typically classified as sanitary, municipal, construction and demolition, or industrial waste sites.
Yet another glamorous victory by the Knowledge University (KNU) team who participated in the debate round 2 - “Should university admissions be based on personal qualifications or exam grades?”. The academic debate has been organised to empower the critical thinking of the students and find possible answers to many common issues related to higher education in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI)
On February 17th 2020, Knowledge University (KNU) engaged in a dialogue with Penn State University, as a part of their weekly World in Conversation program. The topics of discussion were distributed according to the time of the dialogue session, the first thirty minutes, which are dedicated to knowing who the participants are-probing into factors that have affected their lives such as where they come from, what sort of words or phrases that the participants use and others don’t
On the 10th of February 2020, Knowledge University partook in a weekly dialogue session with Penn State University as a part of their World in Conversation program. The topics of discussion were distributed according to the time of the dialogue session, the first thirty minutes, which are dedicated to knowing who the participants are-probing into factors that affect their lives, revolved around the question “What common activities people did after school?”.
Sunday February 9, 2020, The president of Knowledge University (KNU) Dr. Dilan M Rostam received a delegation from the Czech Academic City - Palacký University in Erbil led by Prof. Howri Mansurbeg, member of the Board of Trustees. The visit focused on mutual academic relations and possible collaboration in various areas of higher education.
Every year there is a certain season of the academic year where academic debate thrive the most between universities, these discussions and debates tackle controversial topics in order to discover the abilities of students to collaborate, work as a team, develop their public speech skills and, show the extent of critical thoughts of the students who participate, and This year is not different than the ones before.
Number of times an academic paper is cited has become a major measure of its research impact. Research consumption has moved to digital online sources. Many researchers today have an online workflow from finding to publishing. Easy access online has become necessary to increase citation count for your research.
Knowledge University (KNU) scholar Dr Arthur Saniotis a lecturer in Human Anatomy from our College of Science (CSCN), Department of Medical Laboratory Science (DMLS) is a co-author in a new scientific publication entitled "Feasibility of Nano-based Neuroprosthetics in Neurosurgery" which has been published in the journal of the Brazilian Neurosurgery 2020; 39(01): 035-036.