E China university rises with international 'think tank'
Students get awarded for their academic achievements. [Photo provided to english.jsjyt.gov.cn]
Her fellowman Kaleemullah from the School of Environmental and Biological Engineering was also awarded for persistent dedication to chemical and biological materials studies.
The young man has published seven papers during his three years’ doctoral education at NJUST and will continue teaching and doing research at Yangzhou University after graduation.
“NJUST’s rich academic atmosphere, its complete and advanced facilities, has always motivated me. I will continue my research, strive to publish more papers on world-class journals, and aspire to set up my own laboratory in the future in Pakistan,” Kaleemullah said.
“I also cherish the tasty Chinese food offered at NJUST, particularly the fish, noodles and fried rice,” he added.
Omer Musa Ibrahim Musa, a Sudanese doctor from NJUST’s School of Mechanical Engineering, also performed well in academic research and was invited to further his post-doctoral studies at his alma mater.