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Raising Funds to Support Ory Rosanne Six in her Exchange Research Program

Raising Funds to Support Ory Rosanne Six in her Exchange Research Program
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Monday, 28 January 2013 10:55


The Technion Society of the Netherlands (TSN) has decided to establish a scholarship fund in order to help students achieve their academic research goals in Israel and in the Netherlands. Students have to face many obstacles when deciding to go to another university to do their research projects. For this reason, the TSN will try to raise funds in order to support housing and research expenses for students going to the Technion and vice versa.

Ory Six

Our first student is Ory, a bright and dynamic personality with diplomas in diverse fields of sciences. Currently studying towards her “Biomedical Image Sciences” master degree, she is considering conducting her research on the field of MRI physics at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology with Associate Professor Haim Azhari. Professor Haim Azhari has also visited the Netherlands in the context of the multidimensional cooperation between Israel and the Netherlands.

Ory concluded her bachelor studies in “Physics and Astronomy” with “Cum Laude” (with distinction), while attending a BA program in “Theology” simultaneously. It is greatly obvious that she has already proven her capability to handle multiple tasks with profound effectiveness. She also volunteered to assist in the day-care centre at Kleinkrantz of South Africa and, two years later, she taught English to locals at La Potenciana of Costa Rica. The magic picture of her character can be supported by her decision to coach and tutor Havo 5 students that diagnosed with PDD NOS (one of the three autism spectrum disorders and also one of the five disorders classified as a pervasive developmental disorder).

In TSN, we perceive that kindly-hearted, eager-to-learn and highly motivated students like Ory Rosanne Six should be treated with generosity, in terms of help, and we would like to express our unprejudiced support for her academic research interests and dreams that might come true in the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology.

In order to help Ory, people interested in supporting this initiative can:





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