The remarkable achievements of faculty members is another factor that makes PU a renowned institution in the region.
Dr. Samarji, the Head of the Education Department at PU, is the first across the globe to hold a Ph.D. in Forensic Science Education. His expertise also draws on ICT in education and curriculum internationalization.
In January 2017, Dr. Samarji participated as a keynote speaker and chairperson in the 2nd International Association of Law and Forensic Science (IALFS 2017) conference that was held in Cairo. His lecture focused on the problematic, yet essential, relationship between forensic science, law, and policing. The conference president Professor Sherine Ghalib honored Dr. Samarji, along with two other professionals from Italy and Belgium, for their outstanding contribution to forensic science research and education.
More recently, Dr. Samarji has participated as a speaker and regional faculty in the 1st International Forensic Conference in Kuwait. He shed light on the opportunities and challenges facing forensic science education and practice in the second decade of the 21st century. Moreover, he has received an honorary award from the Conference Presidents, Prof. Mohammed El Fawal and Prof. Dina Shokry.
By having such distinguished academics on board, PU would be capable of achieving its mission of providing top-quality education to its students.