Introduction of a Professor (related to science) in a Seminar
These words can be used to introduce a professor, instructor, teacher, technician, researcher, scientist, poet, educationist, NGO worker or any educationalist in a university, school or college or any event.
It is my great honor and pleasure to introduce Dr. Sadeh Wallah obtained her PhD in Interdisciplinary Engineering and MSc in Microsystems Engineering from Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi in 2016 and 2012, respectively. Her current research focus is on ultralow energy Body Area Network (BAN) transceiver for wearable healthcare. She developed a low-energy BAN transceiver for binaural hearing aid for long-term continuous monitoring. She is a recipient of IEEE International Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) 2015 best paper award (BioCAS Track) and ISCAS 2015 runner-up best student paper award. During her Master studies, she developed a high efficiency LED driver circuit for Heart Rate Monitoring based on Pulse Oximetry. Dr. Saadeh completed her BS degree from Yarmouk University, Jordan. She is currently doing research on Her research interests include Wearable Biomedical Devices, Low Power DC-DC Converters and Energy Efficient Digital/Analog Circuits. It is so impossible to mention her every single accomplishment because they are a lot. Her achievements have been recognized by many different awards, including the Hoch Award from the American Psychopathological Association in 1992. However, today we are here to recognize Wallah’s outstanding talents as a professor and mentor.
Those students lucky enough to take classes from Wallah have always been amazed by her ability to make even the most complex concepts understandable. She is widely sought after as a lecturer and is always willing to mentor students, even when they are not her own students!She has often been known to spend hours at scientific meetings helping students from other institutions to understand her statistical methods. When I was preparing this introduction, I polled many of Wallah’s previous trainees for comments and opinions, and heard the same things over and over: “Wallah was the best teacher and boss I ever had.” “She always took time to explain.” “She spent time helping you even if you weren’t his student.” It is for all these reasons that we have Miss Wallah today with us. It is such an honor for us to have you today between us. Thank you so much for coming and bestowing us with your own presence. Thank you for doing so much for us. Please welcome Miss Wallah Sadeh.
Introduction of a Welfare Worker (acid abused women) in a Seminar
It is an honor for us to have such a profound woman amongst us today. Before I disclose who is the amazing women. I want to give a brief background and by which you would possibly guess yourself who this women is . Because she is known for this. Founded in 1980 by the visionary woman, Depilex has grown from a single premise providing professional beauty relaxation and training services to 70 locations nationwide. Over the years, Depilex has gained greater expertise and wider exposure in each of its specialized service areas. Depilex is passionate and takes pride in providing its customers with the best in Customer Service, Professionalism and Expertise. Hence, it is always at the forefront of Hair, Beauty and Fashion trends in Pakistan. Her international experience in the beauty industry is incorporated in all aspects of the business, her fresh, more modern views and visionary ideas has lead Depilex to a new era.
Not only this, this women has been a home to many homeless. She does not make the pretty look prettier but also who have been victim for acid attacks, she provides assistance and a prettier face and lifestyle. She is currently running “Deplix Smileagain Foundation”. This woman is committed to provide the acid survivors not only with medical care and assistance but also an adequate chance to become productive, self-reliant members of the society that has ostracized them. In our world full of smiles, color and joy, we rarely seem to realize how much pain, anguish and agony befalls all those poor unfortunates who become victims of such a brutal atrocity, at times robbing them off their essential right of life.
She is a ray of sunshine, a ray of hope, a ray of life for people who have forgotten to even live. She is a living legend. We have among us today none other than, no one other than, a woman of highest character and a woman of wisdom, ” Miss Misbah Musarat”. Please welcome her on stage with a huge round of applause. Thankyou Maam for honoring us with your worth presence.