Kamal Stino Politician
Dr. Kamal Ramzi Stino (ar: كمال رمزي استينو) (also known as Dr. Ramzi Stino) was born in Mansoura, Egypt on July 10, 1910. His father, Eng. Ramzi Stino Hanna was the first Egyptian irrigation engineer to take over supervision duties for the entire Egyptian irrigation system under the British. At that time, Egypt was under British rule. His Mother, Afefa Michael Gad was the daughter of one of the most prominent Coptic landowners. He was the eldest son. His five siblings were Eng. Moheb, Dr. Charles, Dr. George, Georgette and Madeline. He earned a bachelors degree in agriculture, from the University of California, Davis, and a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. His field of study was plant cytogenetics. He worked for the USDA in Bathesda, Maryland, for one year as a post- Doctorate internship. When he returned to Egypt, he joined the College of Agriculture, Cairo University, Department of Agronomy. He taught thousands of students that received their bachelors’ degree from the College of Agriculture. He also developed a large graduate congregation of his students.