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    The establishment of The Center for Promising Research in Social Studies and Women’s at PNU is a pioneering step in the field of scientific research and emphasizes the expected role of the university in supporting community-related studies, its issues and concern, especially with regard to Saudi women. The Center aims to support research projects aimed at studying the Saudi society and prioritizing specialized studies of Saudi women, their issues, needs, achievements and the challenges that ...

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    Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman University launches (Manarah) project

    ​Under the patronage of the rector of Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman University, Dr. Huda Bint Mohammed Alameel, and within the 2018 Book Fair events at the Central Library Building, the Vice Dean for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Dr. Huda Bint Omar Al Wahaibi, launched the database of the promising Research Center in Social Research and Women Studies ( Manarah) project. The launch of...

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    To mark International Women's Day, Princess Noura University holds the Forum: Women's Studies ... a tool for development

    ​Princess Noura bint Abdulrahman University, represented by the Center for Promising Research in Social Research and Women's Studies, organized a forum entitled "Women's Studies, a tool for Development" on Wednesday, March 7, 2018. The conference is organized by the University's belief in its role towards Saudi women and its efforts to provide the scientific environment in support of the...

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    "Women's Studies ... A Tool for Development" at Princess Noura University

    ​At the Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman University, the scientific forum is held on Wednesday, March 7, under the auspices of the promising Research Center for Social Research and Women Studies at the University entitled "Women's Studies as a Tool for Development." The aim of the forum is to clarify the role of women's studies in the success of sustainable development programs. Through...

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    The Center for promising research holds a training program and a workshop entitled "Women's Studies Program (Research and Application Methodology)"

    ​Based on the Center's efforts to achieve its objectives in communicating with the corresponding international centers in order to transfer expertise to faculty members and researchers, the Center organized a program entitled "Women's Studies (Research and Application Methodology)", during the period 12-13 / 5 / 1439H corresponding to 29-30 / 1/2018 AD, the Center hosted: Abeer Dabayneh...

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    The promising research center had established a training course entitled "EndNote references management program and its uses to authenticate references".

    ​The promising research center had established a training workshop entitled "EndNote references management program and its uses to authenticate references" in a series of developing skills of scientific publishing for teaching staff. It had presented by D.Anil Sukumaran on Monday 7\7\1433C, 28 may 2012.  ​​


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