Professor has graduated from Bogazici University in 2009 earning a BA in Political Science and International Relations. Later on she has attended University of Essex and earned a Master of Law (LLM) in International Human Rights Law in 2010. She has a great experience of project execution and management. She also has human rights and EU specific research experience and has been heavily involved in Essex Business and Human Rights Project and has been a researcher for the project between 2011 and 2012. Currently professor is conducting research in transitional justice/post-conflict justice field towards a PhD thesis.
Professor Halin has completed her undergraduate degree in biology as a Cyprus America Scholarship Program scholar in Washington and Lee University, USA. She then received her Master’s degree on immunology at the University of Oxford. Her scientific passion lies in cancer immunotherapy field, which includes studies on therapeutic vaccines that are designed to trigger an immune attack against cancer cells. In her research career, she worked on immunologically targetting different types of cancer, including ovarian cancer and melanoma. Professor has chosen this specialization, because she thinks of the immune system as the body’s troop that protects the body from harmful organisms and/or cells and she finds it exciting, effective, and challenging to work on mobilizing the immune system for eliminating cancer cells.
chieved B.A. degree from the department of International Relations at the Eastern Mediterranean University. Completed M.A. at the University of Warwick UK from the Department of International Relations and Politics. Professor also has two PhDs: from the Keele University, department of Politics and International Relations in 2008 in the field on Philosophy and Turkey-EU Relations and from the Middle East Technical University, department of International Relations in the field of Middle East. As Professor was describing himself: "Throughout my carrier I have always strived to do things my way: standing against the mainstream; critically questioning the established texts, fighting against perceived truth, double standards, and injustices of all kinds. I do not fit well within the established frameworks and categories of success as dictated by modernity. Instead, I am more interested in marginalized, suppressed, and discarded views.
Ilker Cingillioglu is a lecturer, author and researcher with a background in organizational business development, management consulting and e-lecturing. He studied at Bogazici, Oxford and Newcastle Universities and was recognized as a Senior Manager in Australia by the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and Australian Government Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC). In his roles at universities and consulting companies, he treated organizations like a living entity and worked on resolving their diverse psychological inconsistencies and quandaries.
Dr. Lawrence Emeagwali is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at the American University, Cyprus. He obtained his bachelors degree from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria, and his masters and doctoral degrees from the American University, Cyprus. Dr. Emeagwali is an avid researcher of the dynamics of competition among rival firms, and sits on the board of trustees of the American Academic Research Society and the International Foundation for African Academic Research. Dr. Emeagwali is also an experienced TEDx speaker and the TEDxGAUniversity event would be his second TEDx Talk.
Professor has BA and PhD in Political Science and Public Administration, from Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. Quoting Professor's choice of a topic: "Normally I'm not working on cinema studies field but since I'm very much interested in world politics and leadership styles around the world, the portrayal of different countries and nations in Hollywood movies and stereotypes about different cultures has become a major field of study in recent years. This is because we live in an age where the representation or the image is powerful than the reality. Thus, I try to learn and research more on movies".