A Romania, who is pursuing her Phd at a British university, was among the ten names chosen by Google to receive a scholarship for the most valuable students with disabilities at universities across EU, Switzerland and Israel. Romanian Aurora Constantain taught physics for two decades at a high school in Slatina and currently she is pursuing her Phd at Edinburgh University and participates in a project that uses technology to help autism children interact with the world.

Google says these scholarships help students with disabilities to exceed barriers imposed by their health problems and proves that these students can be models in the societies they come from.