that's why the honor is less than their sacrifice and tiredness," said Aveen Heruri, director of the KWU.
Heruri, who has worked with the KWU for eight years, stated: "We can say, to some extent, that this is not a complete development and there are some shortcomings; women themselves are the cause behind these shortcomings.
Day by day, there is development and self-confidence, and this is very important to the KWU, especially its works in the field of social affairs, which follow legal affairs seriously," said Heruri, adding: "It is too bad that some sides do not offer their assistance in a good way.
Currently, an average of only 2 percent of KWU student work is flagged as suspicious.
While there were no suspicions of incidents, Turnitin has been used to review all faculty-written work (including course descriptions, outlines, lectures, and other course materials) at KWU since late 2004.