The book fund of the Technical-Scientific Library of the Technical University of Moldova was recently supplemented with an important batch of books containing over 200 copies from various fields related to the engineering training at UTM.
Dinu Ţurcanu, vice-rector for Informatization, Partnerships, Institutional Image and Communication, together with Georgeta Ghenghea, deputy director of the UTM Library, received, on Friday, October 9th, at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Transport, the important donation of book titles, which addresses know-how topics in the fields of interest of Engineering: Architecture – Residential Drafting and Design; Housing Decisions; Residential Electrical; Modern Carpentry; Carpentry and Building Construction; Electrical Trainee Guide; Residential Housing & Interiors; Mechanical Drawing – board & CAD techniques; Intro to Business; Exploring Careers; Technical Drawing; Entrepreneurship Ideas in Action; The American Journey; Masonry Skills; Core Curriculum – Introductory Craft Skills etc.
As a token of gratitude for the training of engineers at UTM, Irina Rusanovschi, who assisted the process of book donation in Chișinău, communicated the decision of the partners involved in the donation of this collection of studies and textbooks to the Technical University of Moldova, in order to facilitate and modernize the bibliographic materials used in the training within the Technical University of Moldova.
In their turn, the hosts, represented by the vice-rector Dinu Ţurcanu and the deputy director of the UTM Library, Georgeta Ghenghea, expressed their gratitude for this impressive gesture, mentioning that this donation will provide the necessary support for the educational resources of the future UTM graduates.
This was possible thanks to the bilateral partnership North Carolina – Republic of Moldova, with the support of the US Embassy in Moldova, AO CICD PHOENIX (in the person of Mrs. Irina Rusanovschi), Moldova World Children’s Fund, but also other partners who contributed to this donation.